EVA Air is set to boost its Brisbane-Taipei flights over the peak travel period in the Australian summer.
From December 11 2014 through to January 29 2015, the Taiwanese airline will fly from Brisbane to Taipei on Thursdays – an increase to its current Wednesday and Saturday flights.
In the opposite direction, Wednesday flights are added to the roster alongside the existing services on Tuesdays and Fridays.
BR316 takes to Brisbane’s skies at 10:45pm, touching down in Taipei, Taiwan at 5:25am the following morning.
On the return, BR315 pushes back at 11pm, reaching Brisbane at 9:55am the next day.
The additional weekly return flights can now be booked through the EVA Air website:
Served by EVA’s Airbus A330-200 fleet, the airline's Brisbane-Taipei flights offer business travellers both business class and economy.
Passengers can connect onwards to destinations across Asia, while the Paris-bound can reach the City of Light as a direct flight from Taipei.
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