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23 Countries served
63 Destinations served
87 Routes served

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  • Read more 05MAR2014: Taiwan's EVA Air not planning to establish an LCC
    EVA Air (BR, Taipei Taoyuan) has no plans to enter the low-cost carrier market chairman Chang Kuo-wei has disclosed. Kuo-wei's comments come as EVA's local competitors, TransAsia Airways (GE, Taipei Sung Shan) and China Airlines (CI, Taipei Taoyuan), have already outlined plans to establish their own respective LCCs - V air (Taipei Taoyuan) and Tigerair Taiwan (Taipei Taoyuan).

    "EVA wants to be recognized and appreciated by the world as a high-quality airline company," chairman Chang Kuo-wei told Focus Taiwan in a press briefing on EVA's annual outlook.

    Kuowei added that EVA will focus on its long-haul service-oriented model, following regional competitors such as Singapore Airlines (SQ, Singapore Changi), Cathay Pacific (CX, Hong Kong Chep Lap Kok) and ANA - All Nippon Airways (NH, Tokyo Haneda). Chang said that in his opinion, budget airlines do best in developing countries with large consumer bases and relatively low expectations for service quality.
  • Read more 16DEC2013: Taiwan's EVA Air would consider the B777X
    EVA Air (BR, Taipei Taoyuan) would be interested in placing an order for the latest Boeing (BOE, Chicago O'Hare) 777 variant, the upgraded B777X, the president of the Taiwanese airline Austin Cheng has said. "It won't be available until 2020, so give us some time and we would maybe look at it for 2023," Mr Cheng told Reuters news agency on the sidelines of a meeting of Star Alliance members in Vienna. EVA's long-haul fleet is currently dominated by the B777-300(ER) of which it has sixteen.
  • Read more 17NOV2013: Taiwan's Eva Air to cut freighter fleet by a third come 2015
    EVA Air (BR, Taipei Taoyuan) will retire its fleet of five MD-11(F)s as part of plans to cut its freighter fleet to less than ten aircraft come 2015. In an interview with Bloomberg, airline President Austin Cheng says the need to reduce cargo capacity comes as a result of slowing global demand for larger, more cumbersome electronics in favor of smaller, more portable gadgets. “Apple not only changed consumers’ pattern, but also changed air cargo transportation,” Cheng said. “Electronic products are becoming smaller, while we charge by weight. The whole pattern for cargo transportation has changed.” EVA also operates nine B747-400(F) cargo aircraft.
  • Read more 01OCT2013: EVA Air expecting six A321s on lease from BOC Aviation in 2015
    EVA Air (BR, Taipei Taoyuan) will take delivery of six A321-200s on lease from Singaporean lessor BOC Aviation. The aircraft are to be delivered between March and August 2015 and are part of EVA's narrow-body fleet renewal program needed to help drive its regional expansion plans. The aircraft will be equipped with CFM motors. EVA's current narrow-body fleet consists of four A321-200s and seven MD-90s used to ply its China, Macau and South Korea routes.
  • Read more 02JUL2013: Delta now keen on EVA, Uni Air's fleets of MD-90s
    Delta Air Lines (DL, Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson) are believed to be planning to acquire the MD-90 fleets of both EVA Air (BR, Taipei Taoyuan) and Uni Air (B7, Taipei Sung Shan), to add to their own fleet of sixty-five. Uncorroborated reports state that Taiwan's EVA Air (BR, Taipei Taoyuan) recently confirmed plans to phase out their MD-90s with the airline's president, Austin Cheng, quoted as saying that "all eleven of the MD-90s are being sold to Delta, with five scheduled to be transferred next year, three more in 2015 and the last three in 2016". The US carrier last year acquired 13 MD-90s from China Southern Airlines (CZ, Guangzhou). Should the two deals come to be, it would leave Delta as the world's only scheduled operator of the type.

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Aircraft TypeActiveInactiveTotalOn Order* BØ Age P  
A318-1001 1hiddenhidden
A321-100/-2004 4hiddenhidden
A321-200 (sl)4 4hiddenhidden
A330-20011 11hiddenhidden
A330-3003 3hiddenhidden
B747-4003 3hiddenhidden
B747-400(F)9 9hiddenhidden
B747-400(M)2 2hiddenhidden
B777-300(ER)15 15hiddenhidden
MD-11(F)3 3hiddenhidden
MD-907 7hiddenhidden
Total62062hiddenhidden  
* Includes new or used aircraft not yet delivered for which a construction/manufacturer serial number is already known.

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