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EVA Welcomes 2018 with New Inflight Treats, Amenities Airline creates something new for passengers in every cabin

EVA Welcomes 2018 with New Inflight Treats, Amenities

Airline creates something new for passengers in every cabin

 

TAIPEI, TAIWAN (10 January, 2018) – EVA Air is welcoming 2018 with a selection of inflight gourmet treats and designer amenities that includes something new for passengers in every cabin. Starting in January 2018, EVA is introducing new menu and wine lists, designer pajamas and bedding, gourmet cakes and cold-pressed juice, affirming the airline’s ongoing focus on creative and innovative passenger comforts and services that enhance inflight experiences. Once again, EVA has worked with well-known brands to create memorable flights with unique tastes and touches. Travelers can learn more about EVA services and book flights at www.evaair.com.

Royal Laurel, Premium Laurel, Business Classes

EVA collaborated with hybrid international creative studio JL DESIGN to unveil brand-new menus and wine lists for Royal Laurel, Premium Laurel and Business Classes. Inspired by the theme, “Home for Every Season,” the designs suggest flying with EVA Air gives travelers comforts of home, including the bounty of Taiwan’s natural and cultural resources. Each cover represents one of Taiwan’s four seasons, spring, summer, fall and winter. EVA is using the new menus and wine lists throughout 2018.

From 1 January through 31 March, EVA is serving a refreshing new cold-pressed mango and mixed fruit juices beverage in Royal Laurel/Premium Laurel/Business Class cabins on flights departing Taiwan. Made from tree-ripened Taiwanese Irwin Mangoes with a tasty blend of sweet tangerine, passion fruit and banana, the delicious drink captures Taiwan’s most famous flavors in a glass.

Royal Laurel Class passengers on the Paris route and selected North America flights are being treated to an amazing new dessert created by EVA and SEASON Cuisine Pâtissiartism. A light and airy variation on classic French strawberry cake, the culinary creators named the new melt-in-your-mouth treat “Neige.” Composed of buttery almond cake layered with fromage blanc and fresh raspberry jam, “Neige” is deliciously satisfying.

Also this month, EVA is introducing new pajama created by London-based designer label APUJAN for Royal Laurel and Premium Laurel Class passengers. Known for fashions and knits that combine fiction, fantasy, history and literature in a fusion of East and West, EVA’s new pajamas are tasteful, comfortable and allow freedom of movement during long-haul flights. The new blue pajama features a print design that tells the story of traveling 36,000 ft. above the earth and is available on EVA flights longer than five hours throughout 2018.

Premium Economy Class  

Along with officially renaming the pace-setting cabin in-between economy and business classes that it launched in December 1992, EVA is upgrading Premium Economy Class linens. Starting 10 January, 2018, the airline is introducing cozy, golden-brown quilts in soft, comfy textures and large down pillows, approximately 12 in. x 16 in. (30 cm x 40 cm), that have uniquely patterned covers designed to promote sweet dreams on long-haul flights.

Economy Class

As a special snack in Economy Class, EVA began serving pound cake by century-old French bakery PAUL on non-lunch and non-dinner flights from Hong Kong to Taiwan on 1 November, 2017. The airline changes flavors every month and began 2018 by giving passengers a choice between chocolate or fruit pound cake.

About EVA Air:

EVA Air, a Star Alliance member, was established in 1989 as Taiwan’s first privately owned international airline. It is part of the respected Evergreen Group and a sister company to global container-shipping leader Evergreen Line. It flies a fleet of more than 70 Boeing and Airbus aircraft to more than 60 international destinations throughout Asia, Oceania, Europe and North America. With just one easy stop in Taipei, travelers can connect onward to every major city in Asia, including 17 destinations in China. Travelers can learn more about EVA and book, buy and reserve seats at www.evaair.com.

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