EVA Air will increase the frequency of its flights between Taipei’s Taoyuan International Airport and Singapore’s Changi Airport from March 31.
The frequency upgrade will see the Star Alliance member add two additional weekly flights on the route, for a total of 13 flights per week.
EVA Air currently operates daily flights to Singapore, with those on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday being double daily services. The added frequencies will operate every Thursday and Saturday.
Economy class on the B777-300ER
Flight BR215 will depart Taipei at 0925 and arrive in Singapore at 1350. The return service on flight BR216 will then take off from Singapore at 1510 and touch back down in Taipei at 2000.
The service will be operated by a B777-300ER featuring a three-class configuration, with 39 seats in Royal Laurel (business), 56 in Elite (premium economy) and 238 in economy. Passengers should note that the aircraft will not feature the airline's popular Hello Kitty-themed service offering.
The new frequencies have already been added to the global distribution system, which makes them available for online booking.
For more information, visit evaair.com