Taiwan-based airline Eva Air is to start out two new European routes from Taipei to Milan and Munich beginning in autumn 2022.
Eva Air will launch two weekly flights to Milan on 25 October, adopted by the Munich route on 3 November, which can function 4 instances per week. The locations can be served by Boeing 777-300ER plane.
The 2 new locations are along with Eva Air’s current European routes to London, Amsterdam, Paris and Vienna – it is usually the airline’s first route enlargement in Europe for 25 years. Flights from Paris and Vienna function continuous to Taipei, whereas the London and Amsterdam companies cease in Bangkok.
Eva Air had initially supposed to launch the Taipei-Milan route in February 2020 earlier than the Covid-19 pandemic struck and brought about its postponement.
The airline has already introduced plans to increase frequencies on its restored London Heathrow-Bangkok-Taipei service resulting from “excessive demand”. Flights on the route will step up from three flights per week to 5 weekly companies from the beginning of August.