EVA Air Launches Scheduled Hakodate Flights

Taiwanese carrier EVA Air has launched scheduled flights between its Taipei base and the Japanese port city of Hakodate. No stranger on the route, the airline has operated seasonal charters since 1998, providing approximately 400 flights during this time.


EVA Air will initially fly twice weekly, with flight BR 138 taking off from Taipei at 1105 hrs on Wednesdays and Sundays to land in Hakodate at 1535 hrs. The return flight, BR 137, takes off from Hakodate Airport at 1650 hrs and lands back at Taoyuan International Airport at 2015 hrs.


A third weekly service on Thursday will be added from 2 December 2012 until 6 March 2013. The flights will be flown using EVA Air’s 252-seat Airbus A330-200 aircraft, configured with 24 Premium Laurel and 228 Economy Class seats.


EVA Air’s new connection provides travellers with a convenient means of accessing Hokkaido via its hub in Taipei. The route complements the existing domestic network of All Nippon Airways, which the airline currently partners and will cooperate closer with when it joins Star Alliance in 2013.


For more information, visit www.evaair.com.

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