TAIPEI (CNA) – Eva Air, one of Taiwan’s major carriers, on June 6 launched a daily service to Nagoya in central Japan, as part of its efforts to further expand its air travel network.
In a statement, Eva Air said it will use its 304-seater Boeing 787-9 aircraft on the route.
The flight will depart from Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport at 7:55 daily and from Nagoya at 12:55 p.m. on the return leg, said Eva Air, which has targeted Japan as its key market in 2019.
On July 17, Eva Air will begin service from Taoyuan to Aomori and to Matsuyama on July 18.
With Nagoya, Aomori and Matsuyama added to its regular flight schedule, Eva Air will be flying to 13 destinations in Japan, offering 147 regular flights per week.
By Flor Wang and Hsu Hsiao-hen