Eva Air Begins Taipei-Istanbul Routes


Taiwan’s second-largest carrier, Eva Air, is now flying four times weekly from its base in Taipei to Istanbul, Turkey. Operated by Eva’s B777-300ER aircraft—with Royal Laurel business, Elite premium economy, and economy classes—the route is codeshared by fellow Star Alliance member Turkish Airlines, giving travelers more benefits and connection options for onward travel into Europe.

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