EVA Air May 2020 operations as of 1030GMT 07MAY20

EVA Air in the last few days continue to file operation changes for the month of May 2020. As of 1030GMT 07MAY20, planned operation as follows. Note certain sectors may be affected by various travel restrictions.

Kaohsiung – Shanghai Pu Dong 2 weekly A321
Taipei Song Shan – Shanghai Pu Dong
3 weekly A330-300
Taipei Song Shan – Xiamen 2 weekly A330-300 (UNI Air service)
Taipei Taoyuan – Bangkok – London Heathrow
1 weekly 777-300ER
Taipei Taoyuan – Beijing Capital 2 weekly 787-9
Taipei Taoyuan – Chengdu 2 weekly 787-10
Taipei Taoyuan – Chicago O’Hare
1 weekly 777-300ER
Taipei Taoyuan – Fukuoka A330-300 scheduled on 06MAY20 / 10MAY20
Taipei Taoyuan – Hanoi 2 weekly A321/330-300 from 20MAY20
Taipei Taoyuan – Ho Chi Minh City 2 weekly A330-300 from 22MAY20
Taipei Taoyuan – Hong Kong 1 weekly 787-9
Taipei Taoyuan – Houston 777-300ER scheduled on 08MAY20
Taipei Taoyuan – Jakarta 2 weekly A330-200 (Additional flights added 18MAY20 – 21MAY20)
Taipei Taoyuan – Los Angeles
1 weekly 777-300ER
Taipei Taoyuan – Macau 1 weekly A321
Taipei Taoyuan – Manila 1 weekly 787-10 from 15MAY20
Taipei Taoyuan – New York JFK 1 weekly 777-300ER
Taipei Taoyuan – Osaka Kansai 1 weekly A330-300
Taipei Taoyuan – Paris CDG 1 weekly 777-300ER
Taipei Taoyuan – San Francisco
1 weekly 777-300ER
Taipei Taoyuan – Seattle
1 weekly 777-300ER (787-9 from 25MAY20)
Taipei Taoyuan – Seoul Incheon 1 weekly A330-300
Taipei Taoyuan – Singapore 1 weekly A330-300 from 14MAY20
Taipei Taoyuan – Tokyo Narita 1 weekly A330-300
Taipei Taoyuan – Toronto 1 weekly 777-300ER
Taipei Taoyuan – Vancouver
1 weekly 787-9 (777-300ER from 25MAY20)

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