EVA Air expands Japan capacity in S19

EVA Air today (28NOV18) filed additional aircraft changes to Japan, for summer 2019 season, including capacity increase to Okinawa, Osaka and Tokyo.

Taipei Taoyuan – Okinawa eff 07JUN19 Seasonal 2nd daily BR186/185 service operated by A330-300, replacing A321 (BR186/185 begins from 10MAY19)
Taipei Taoyuan – Osaka Kansai Operational aircraft changes on 3 of 4 daily flights
BR178/177 A321 replaced by following aircraft
31MAR19 – 09MAY19 787-9
10MAY19 – 05JUN19 A330-300
06JUN19 – 11AUG19 A330-200
12AUG19 – 26OCT19 787-9

BR132/131 A330-300 replaced by following aircraft
31MAR19 – 28APR19 787-9 (Day x2)
29APR19 – 05JUN19 787-9 (Daily)

BR130/129 A321 replaced by following aircraft
10JUN19 – 26OCT19 787-9

Taipei Taoyuan – Tokyo Narita Operational aircraft changes
BR196/195 A321 replaced by following aircraft
31MAR19 – 09MAY19 787-9
10MAY19 – 05JUN19 A330-300
06JUN19 – 11AUG19 A330-200
12AUG19 – 26OCT19 787-9

BR198/197 A330-300 replaced by following aircraft
31MAR19 – 26OCT19 787-9

Previously reported, the Star Alliance member on 06JUN19 will resume Taipei Taoyuan – Nagoya service, with Boeing 787-9 operates on daily basis.


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