Experience Award-Winning Travel with EVA Air

by | May 15, 2019

Did you know that Taiwan’s EVA Air has been named one of the top 10 best long-haul airlines in Asia? To be one of the top ten, the airlines must show efforts to improve passenger comfort and achieve a seven-star safety rating.

EVA Air was one of the first carriers to introduce a Premium Economy Cabin. There are five different classes under EVA Air: Royal Laurel Class, Premium Laurel Class, Business Class, Premium Economy Class, and Economy class.

Since 2016, EVA Air has become a 5-star airliner joining the league of world-class airlines such as SWISS, ANA, Singapore Airlines among the largest airline alliance that is Star Alliance.

EVA Air continues to impress passengers with more cabin innovations and products. EVA Air has welcomed 2019 with a stylish collection of inflight amenities with luxury brands such as Rimowa and Salvatore Ferragamo, as well as renowned chef Huang Ching-biao and fashion designer, Jason Wu.

What to expect:

Exclusive Amenity Kit 

Royal Laurel and Premium Laurel passengers on long-haul flights will receive EVA’s brand-new overnight kits that were created in collaboration with luxury brands Rimowa and Ferragamo. There are two different sets of Amenity kits depending on the flight route.

Passengers departing from Taiwan will receive overnight kits in Rimowa’s Carmona Red, and the kit will have a colour-coordinated eye mask, cozy socks, a hairbrush, a microfiber cloth for cleaning glasses and screens on personal devices, earplugs, a toothbrush and toothpaste and skincare essentials from CLARINS.

For Royal Laurel and Premium Laurel passengers arriving in Taipei, they will receive the exclusive overnight kits by fashion house Salvatore Ferragamo that is filled with Salvatore Ferragamo lotion, hand cream and lip balm elegantly scented with the brand’s new Bianco di Carrara fragrance.

Image courtesy of EVA Air

Stylish and Comfortable Sleepwear

Previously only for passengers aboard EVA Air’s First-Class cabins, the long-haul flight pyjamas are now available for Royal Laurel passengers. EVA worked with renowned fashion designer Jason Wu to create its 2019 sleepwear.

The exclusive in-flight sleepwear designed by New York-based Taiwanese designer Jason Wu is perfect for snoozing at 35,000, or on the ground, and it includes branded sleeper tops, bottoms and slippers.

Image courtesy of EVA Air

Aristocratic inflight menu by Award-winning Chefs

EVA is proud to have award-winning chef Huang Ching-biao to create a special menu for selected EVA routes.

The special menu created by Chef Huang champions slow cooking and traditional techniques. The inflight dining experience begins with a pork shoulder slice wrapped with cucumber and Thai-style shrimp followed by golden chicken soup with seafood in a rich, golden broth. The main course is braised abalone in oyster sauce served with stir-fried rice with caramel olive while dessert is an elegant concoction of mashed taro and sweet potato in water chestnut sauce.

Taiwanese Masterchef Huang Ching-biao is a veteran in Asian cuisine and having personally served presidents, high-ranking officials and the elite, Royal Laurel Class passengers on long-haul flights are guaranteed to have a satisfying meal in the air.

That’s not all to it, EVA even enlisted acclaimed Italian pastry chef Andrea Bonaffini of the popular Taipei patisserie Yellow Lemon to create four seasonal desserts for its premium passengers.

On the spring menu, EVA Air is offering an inventive delight named “Bianca,” followed in summer by “Coco Mango” and in autumn, by “Nocciola.” These delicious treats will be introduced to Royal Laurel and Premium Laurel Classes passengers flying from Taipei to Brisbane, Paris and Vienna as menus change seasonally.

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