The 2014/03/10 at 14:10
Sixty-three seats with 127-degree recline, 50 cm wide, with 97 cm in seat pitch, and a 8.4’’ video screen at the disposal of every passenger… Eva Air’s baby, a compromise between Economy and Business class, was initially baptised the Evergreen Deluxe. This innovation marked the birth of the Premium Economy class. Eva Air’s Premium Economy range, now renamed the Elite Class when it was last reconfigured, can be found in certain major airlines. A Paris-Taipei return ticket in the Elite Premium Economy class is available from around 1200 euros, points out Manuel Le Gouellec, the airline’s Sales Manager France. Meanwhile, http://royallaurel.evaair.com/en/the new Royal Laurel Business class, designed especially for businesspeople, offers services at the height of comfort. Dom Perignon champagne served on board, 180-degree recline bed seats, a 15.4’’ screen… Everything you need for travelling in optimal conditions.
Eva Air is a private regular airline belonging to the Evergreen group, one of the world leaders in sea-container transport. Today, the Eva Air network covers, via its hub in Taipei, 63 destinations mainly in Europe, Asia and North America. Beyond Taiwan, the airline also serves major Asian destinations such as Japan, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Thailand, China, Korea, Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines. Its main asset for its flights from Paris is that no other airline offers direct links to Taipei. In this way, every week, four flights connect France to Taipei via Boeing 777-300 aircrafts.
Finally, the airline’s membership of the Star Alliance is a considerable stamp of quality in the eyes of the public and the business world. The well-known miles giving access to rewards can be accumulated and exchanged on the scale of the whole Alliance network comprising 28 air transporters. You won’t regret trying Eva Air!