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EVA Airways Corp., together with its subsidiaries, operates as an international airline company. The company provides passenger and cargo air transportation services. It is also involved in the ground handling services; aircraft leasing and travel activities; aircraft repair and maintenance services; and cargo terminals operation, as well as provides airline catering services. As of July 28, 2014, the company operated a fleet of 62 aircraft. It serves a network of business and leisure destinations in Asia, Oceania, Europe, and North America. The company was founded in 1989 and is based in Luzhu City, Taiwan.

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EVA Airways to Lease Six New Boeing 777-300ERs from GE Capital Aviation Services

GE Capital Aviation Services Limited, has signed an agreement to lease four Boeing 777-300ER aircraft to EVA Airways, following a lease of two B777-300ER aircraft in February 2014. Delivery of the six aircraft is scheduled for 2016 and 2017. The B777-300ERs will modernize EVA's long-range fleet with high fuel-efficiency, more payload capabilities and additional flexibility in serving the nonstop routes stemmed from Taipei, Republic of China.

EVA Air Plans to Introduce the Third of Three Brand-New Boeing 777-300ERs on North America Routes

Starting July 1, 2014, EVA Air will introduce the third of three brand-new Boeing 777-300ERs on North America routes, it will increase Los Angeles frequency from 20 to 21 flights a week and San Francisco from 12 to 14. Committed to comfort and quality service for every passenger, it configured the new aircraft with three cabins consistent with its 15 first-generation 777-300ERs and upgraded them with entertainment systems, Wi-Fi, short-message roaming and more. EVA Air is using its third of three brand-new Boeing 777-300ERs to increase San Francisco frequency to 14 flights a week and Los Angeles to 21. At the same time, it is continuing to introduce passengers in every class of service to inflight Wi-Fi and short-message roaming. The new IFE equips every passenger on EVA's three newest 777s to use SMS roaming to send and receive short messages on their own mobile phones. Once the aircraft reaches 20,000 feet, they can access Sky Wi-Fi to send and receive e-mails, use instant messaging APPs and check in on social media. EVA enhanced its IFEs with high-resolution monitors and multi-touch technology, similar to that used on iPads, Surfaces and other devices. It enlarged Economy and Elite Class premium economy monitors from 9 to 11.1 inches. And it equipped Royal Laurel with 16-inch screens and AV-control handsets that have 4-inch LCD panels, enabling top-cabin business-class passengers to simultaneously play video games and execute seat-back screen functions. The airline also created new interiors. It designed Economy and Elite seats to give passengers more leg room than similar products and equipped them with 110v AC outlets and USB ports. Economy seat pitch is 32/31 in. and Elite is 38 in. Royal Laurel seats lay flat. Economy Class is configured 3-3-3, Elite, 2-4-2 and Royal Laurel, 1-2-1. EVA offers recent-release movies, features, games and shopping on the IFE. And from departure to arrival, it extends its warm, friendly service to every passenger. EVA also raised both Toronto and Vancouver frequency to four flights a week. Including current Seattle service, EVA's North America schedule will climb from 45 flights a week to 55.

Boeing Celebrates Double 777-300ER Delivery to EVA Air

Boeing and EVA Air celebrated the airline's first double delivery as the airline received its 16th and 17th 777-300ER (Extended Range) airplanes. EVA Air will be the first airline in the world to operate 777-300ERs with Panasonic's complete eX3 in-flight entertainment system. The Panasonic eX3 in-flight entertainment system on EVA Air's new 777-300ER features in-flight Wi-Fi connectivity and high-definition video touch screens at every seat. The 777-300ER is equipped with GE90-115B commercial jet engine, and can seat up to 386 passengers in a three-class configuration with a maximum range of 7,825 nautical miles (14,490 kilometers). With this milestone double delivery, EVA Air will operate 17th 777-300ERs in its fleet of 49 total Boeing airplanes.


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