Boost frequency from 10 to 12 flights a week.
SEATTLE – EVA Air will upgrade Seattle services with one of its technically advanced Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners and lift frequency from 10 to 12 flights a week, starting on Wednesday, May 20, 2020. EVA will operate the Dreamliner daily and continue using a Boeing 777-300ER for the other five weekly flights.
The Dreamliner will give SEA passengers access to EVA’s advanced comforts and the latest cabin innovations on daily flights. The boosted frequency gives passengers more choices and makes it even easier and more convenient to connect onward to one of EVA’s many destinations in Asia. By returning from Asia to Seattle in late afternoon, passengers can also connect on Alaska Airline’s flights to more than 100 destinations in cities throughout the United States and Mexico.
Along with the Dreamliner’s innovative technologies, EVA is rolling out its latest Royal Laurel Class business cabin and completely redesigned Economy. An advanced engine design makes the aircraft 60% quieter than others. Its air filtration system and compressor keep cabin air fresher while maintaining inflight atmosphere with three-to-four times more humidity than other commercial jets provide. And the system delivers a higher concentration of oxygen during flights that helps passengers fight jet lag to arrive with fewer headaches and less fatigue.
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