JFK services introduce new choices for travel between New York and Asia

EVA Air’s first passenger flight into Terminal One at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) touched down on the night of Oct. 31, 2011.

The airline is starting with flights on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, and exploring opportunities to add to its schedule.

Ready ground transportation and connections on domestic airlines through JFK combined with onward flights from Taipei’s world-class Taoyuan International Airport to 17 cities in China and dozens more to business and leisure centers throughout Taiwan and Asia make travel to and from some of the world’s fastest growing economies exceptionally easy, convenient and competitively priced.

Travelers can book flights, buy tickets and select seats through travel agents, by calling EVA toll-free at 800-695-1188 or on the airline’s website at www.evaair.com

EVA is operating comfortable new Boeing 777-300ERs on flights between New York and Taipei, Taiwan.

Flight BR 31 departs JFK at 23:50 (11:50 p.m.) and arrives in Taipei at 7:20 a.m. so that passengers can get to morning meetings in Taiwan or connect onward to be in Shanghai by lunch.

Return flight BR 32 departs Taoyuan at 19:30 (7:30 p.m.) and arrives back at JFK at 22:00 (10 p.m.).

Inbound service from Taipei to New York is nonstop.

The airline configured its B777-300ERs in three cabins, the luxurious Premium Laurel Class business, award-winning Elite premium economy and exceptional Economy.

It put an Audio/Video on Demand (AVOD) entertainment system with movies, features, shopping, music and video games in every seat, and serves fresh, seasonal meals, outstanding wines, and a wide selection of snacks and beverages.

Above all, EVA’s service is warm and friendly.

EVA began serving the East Coast in 1993 via Newark International Airport.

Along with relocating passenger services to JFK, the airline is providing courtesy shuttle service to and from the airport, and East Hanover Township, Piscataway Township, Jersey City and Fort Lee in New Jersey.

In addition to New York, EVA serves Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Toronto and Vancouver.

It makes more flights to Taiwan with more easy, one-stop connections onward to more destinations in China and throughout Asia than any other airline.

More information about EVA, its flights and service is available at www.evaair.com

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