EVA adds more Singapore flights

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The new flights will not be operated using EVA's Hello Kitty jets
The new flights will not be operated using EVA’s Hello Kitty jets

Taiwan’s EVA Air will increase the number of flights it operates to Singapore next year.

Effective 31 March 2016, the airline will add two more weekly services to its Taipei-Singapore route, taking the total frequency to 13 flights per week. The extra flights will operate every Thursday and Saturday, departing

Taipei’s Taoyuan International Airport at 0925 and arriving at Singapore’s Changi Airport at 1350. The return services will then leave at 1510 and arrive back in Taiwan at 2000.

The revised schedule means that EVA will operate daily flights on the route every Monday and double daily flights on the remaining days of the week.

EVA currently operates its Hello Kitty-branded aircraft on the Singapore route three times a week.

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