Taiwan’s second largest carrier EVA Air has now officially joined Star Alliance, the world’s leading airline alliance. By being a member of Star Alliance, EVA Air is on course to strengthen its presence further in Asia-Pacific region.
EVA Air in a statement said that it will now give extended access to the cross strait market between China and Taiwan.
EVA Air has joined other Chinese carriers Air China and Shenzhen Airlines, who are also Star Alliance members, and operate on China and Taiwan routes.
By joining as a member of Star Alliance, EVA Air will now bring Indonesian cities of Kaohsiung and Surabaya to the alliance network and offer plane tickets to customers at competitive rates.
Star Alliance currently operates from 10 hubs across Asia-Pacific. These hubs include Tokyo’s Narita and Haneda airports, Auckland, Singapore, Bangkok, Shenzhen, Taipei Taoyuan, Shanghai Pudong, Beijing and Seoul Incheon.