EVA Air Receives Recognition from AirlineRatings.com for Both Economy and Premium Economy Classes

EVA Air ranks third worldwide for economy class, and seventh best for

Elite Class premium economy

EVA Air, Taiwan's leading independent airline and Star Alliance member, has been recognised by AirlineRatings.com as one of '10 best of the best' airlines for 2017, with the carrier's Economy Class ranking third while its Elite Class premium economy ranks seventh. EVA Air earned the website's top seven-star rating by consistently demonstrating excellence across the board, through in-flight product, service, innovation and flawless safety records and standards.

AirlineRatings.com – the world's best one-stop airline safety and product rating review website, led by editors recognised worldwide for their expertise in the airline industry – praised EVA Air for leadership in Taiwanese aviation and innovation in the field; recognising the carrier's launch of the industry's first premium economy cabin in 1992. For 2017, EVA Air ranked among the world's top-10 airlines for a fourth consecutive year, being identified by AirlineRatings.com as an airline of choice for business and leisure travel, with high standards for both comfort and service. Other evaluation criteria included seat pitch, width and design.

Priding itself on high quality service and strong connectivity, EVA Air's routing within Asia is among the industry's best. With one stop in Taipei, travellers can connect onward aboard 132 flights throughout Southeast Asia and 155 in Northeast Asia. EVA and affiliate UNI Air operate an additional 113 weekly flights to 27 destinations in Mainland China and fly to Guam, Korea, 8 major cities in Japan and more major gateways throughout the region. EVA operates more flights from North America to Taiwan, connecting to more destinations in Asia than any other airline.

Extending its network to nearly 1,330 destinations in 192 countries, the airline code-shares with a number of international airlines, including Air Canada; Air China; All Nippon Airways; Asiana Airlines; Avianca; Bangkok Airways; Hainan Airlines; Hongkong Airlines; Air India; Shandong Air; Shenzhen Airlines; Singapore Air; Thai Airways; Turkish Airlines; and United Airlines

In 2016, SKYTRAX awarded EVA Air with its prestigious 5-star rating, recognising the carrier amongst only nine carriers worldwide to hold the elite distinction. SKYTRAX and Travel & Leisure also rank EVA Air amongst the world's 'Top-10 Best International Airlines'.

For more information please visit www.evaair.com, or contact EVA Air on 0207 380 8300.

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About EVA Air:

EVA Air, a Star Alliance member, was formed in 1989 as Taiwan's leading independent airline. It is part of the respected Evergreen Group and a sister company to global container-shipping leader Evergreen Line. It flies to more than 60 international destinations throughout Asia, Oceania, North America and Europe where gateways include London, Paris, Amsterdam and Vienna. It operates daily nonstop flights from London Heathrow to Bangkok that continue to Taipei where passengers can easily connect on to every major city in Asia, including close to 30 gateways in Mainland China. It has a reputation for innovation, warm, friendly service and an impeccable safety record. EVA Air launched the industry's first premium economy cabin in 1992. Named Elite Class, this cabin was voted Best Premium Economy in an annual SKYTRAX poll. SKYTRAX also rated EVA Air as one of the World's Top-10 Best Airlines and No. 1 for Cleanest Cabins for 2015.

For more information, please visit: www.evaair.com

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