EVA Boosts Summer Lift

EVA Air will begin to increase service from Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle with the start of its summer schedule later this month. On March 27, the Taipei-based carrier increases the number of Los Angeles-Taipei flights from 14 to 17 per week. In addition, the carrier is launching Seattle-Taipei service on June 6, as well as continuing its existing six-day-a-week service that runs Taipei-Seattle-Newark and the reverse. And on June 14, EVA increases San Francisco-Taipei service from 11 to 12 flights a week. In addition, EVA will begin introducing new Boeing 777 aircraft on U.S. routes later this year, with gradual deployment to Los Angeles, Seattle, New York and San Francisco routes.

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