EVA Air has brought forward the date of its planned increase in services between Taipei and Singapore.
The Taiwanese carrier had initially intended to move to two daily flights on 10 October 2016, but due to what it called “overwhelming demand”, this rise in frequency will now take place on 22 August.
From that date, EVA will offer two daily departures on the route, leaving Taipei’s Taoyuan International Airport at 0740 and 0955 and arriving at Singapore’s Changi Airport at 1205 and 1430. The return flights then depart Changi at 1310 and 1510 and arrive back in Taipei at 1740 and 2000.
Three of these 14 weekly flights (the later departures every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday) will be operated using EVA’s Hello Kitty-themed aircraft.