Leading Taiwanese carrier EVA Air recently introduced its new-generation luxury business cabin on its route between Taipei and Amsterdam. The airline’s new Royal Laurel Class cabin was launched on its business class flights between Amsterdam and Taipei on May 7, 2013.
EVA Air in a statement said that it will be using the same Royal Laurel Class cabins on its business class flights to be operated on Taipei-London route starting from July 5, 2013.
The airline is presently offering Royal Laurel Class on all of its Boeing 777-300ER aircrafts presently being operated on various North American routes, including Toronto, San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York.
The airline disclosed that ever since it introduced the new Royal Laurel Class cabins on various routes, the average passenger occupancy has registered a significant growth and exceeded 70 percent, thus representing a growth of nearly 20 percent.
Meanwhile, EVA Air recently increased its flights to Paris to four from the existing thrice per week starting from May 16 this year. The airline has also indicated that it will be increasing the frequency on its Vienna route to four flights from the current thrice weekly flights starting from September 2 this year.