Taiwan’s leading carrier EVA Air recently introduced new generation business class cabin on flights from London Heathrow Airport to Taipei. The airline’s upgraded cabin Royal Laurel Class has been installed on all its Boeing 777-300ER aircrafts.
The airline in a statement said that the passengers buying business class tickets will now be able to enjoy heightened luxury when flying in the new cabin.
EVA Air had first introduced Royal Laurel Class between Taipei and New York in June 2012. This has now made advent on UK flights effective from July 5, 2013, and would be available on all London flights by the end of July. The airline operates daily flights from London Heathrow to Taipei via Bangkok. Earlier in June this year, EVA Air joined Star Alliance.
The airline offers 38 seats in its Royal Laurel Class. The seats are 26 inches wide and recline 180 degrees stretching out almost two meters. The cabin is also equipped with the latest in-flight entertainment system and high-fidelity noise-cancelling headphones.