EVA Air has begun daily flights between Taipei and Cebu, Philippines.
The new non-stops complement EVA’s existing twice-daily service to Manila and, with the option of flying into one gateway and returning from the other, expand itinerary possibilities for Philippines-bound passengers.
Cebu also offers a rich cultural heritage as the oldest city in The Philippines and location of the first Spanish settlement. In addition, it is known for mountain views, beautiful beaches, excellent diving and luxurious resorts.
Early morning arrivals and easy one-stop connections make the new Cebu service convenient for EVA passengers from North America, including Toronto and Vancouver. The airline is serving the route with Airbus 321-200s configured to carry eight passengers in Business Class and 176 in Economy. EVA flight BR281 departs Taipei’s Taoyuan International Airport at 7:10 a.m. and arrives in Mactan-Cebu Philippines International Airport at 10:05 a.m. Flight BR282 returns from Mactan-Cebu at 11:05 a.m. and lands back in Taoyuan at 2 p.m.