EVA Air increases frequencies on Taipei-Komatsu route
Taiwan’s second largest carrier EVA Air recently announced it has increased its frequencies between Taipei and Komatsu. The airline in a statement said that two additional EVA Air flights per week have been added now.
According to EVA Air, the frequency on its Taipei-Komatsu route has now become a daily service from five flights. The new flight schedule became effective from December 8 this year.
The airline launched its flights services between Taipei and Komatsu in 2008. The airline had since been operating two flights every week. EVA Air stated that it decided to increase frequency between the two cities because of the growing passenger demand. Komatsu is situated in Ishikawa Prefecture of Japan, north of Nagoya on the Sea of Japan.
Currently, EVA Air is operating flights services to several major leisure and business destinations throughout Asia, including China and Japan. The airline operates from its gateways in North America, Oceania and Europe offering convenient connections across Asia via Taipei.