Taiwan-based EVA Air is delaying its planned relaunch of flights to Phuket, Thailand, and made changes to an aircraft order with US aircraft manufacturer Boeing.

According to Routesonline, EVA Air pushed back its planned re-launch of flights to Phuket, and the start of flights to Milan, Italy to July 1, 2021. The original planned launch dates for both routes were on February 18 (Milan) and March 30 (Phuket).

The airline plans to operate the Taipei-Milan service on a four-times weekly basis using Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, while it will operate thrice-weekly flights on the Taipei-Phuket route using Airbus A330-200 aircraft.


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