Eva Air’s overhauled Business Class being introduced for all flights to London - TravelHouseUK

New Royal Laurel Class has been established over entire fleet of Boeing 777 300ERs serving London’s Heathrow airport from Taipei
LONDON - July 31, 2013 - PRLog -- Shouldering luxury air travel aboard international standard airlines operating in the UK, TravelHouseUK has provided airline bookings with a global network of destinations hailing over every continent. Breaking Travel News has reported that Eva Air has introduced its new Royal Laurel business category for its flights to London from Taipei.

  The initiative will place Eva Air among the category of international airlines (http://www.travelhouseuk.co.uk/airlines/) which provide luxury services on board their airliners. Passengers heading to Taipei would have the option of availing new business class services when flying with Eva Air.

 TravelHouseUK has structured its operations on an online portal providing real time information regarding airfares, bargain deals (http://www.travelhouseuk.co.uk/flights/) as well as news from the world of commercial aviation. The agency also covers the destination network served by Eva Air, with flights to Brisbane, Luang Prabang, Hangzhou, Vientiane and Koh Samui available for booking via calling the agents round the clock.

 The Royal Laurel class is being installed in all Boeing 777 300ER airliners operating within Eva Air’s fleet, which are being used to service the London route from Taipei on a daily basis. The overhaul of all flights to London will conclude by the end of July. The introduction and implementation of the new business class programme is estimated to cost a total of $100 million to the airline, which has been underway since June 2012 for its global operations.

The Laurel Class will provide complete electronic device accessories and docks, and will have miniature computer systems to provide on board access to internet. The seats have been designed to maximize comfort by providing a sideways view across the windows, while they can also be altered to face each other in pairs for dining purposes. Smaller compartments have been attached along with the seat for storing clothing items and shoes, along with a small table to serve as an armrest. Eva Air has also partnered with German luggage manufacturer Rimowa, as well as Japanese tableware firm Noritake to provide exquisite accessories for all its passengers travelling aboard the new Royal Laurel class. Each aircraft will accommodate 38 seats in its Royal Laurel class.

  Eva Air is the prime airline serving Taiwan internationally, having its hub of operations in Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport in Taipei. The airline is lauded globally for its legacy in strictly following aviation safety, with a flawless record spanning over two decades of flights. It also leads the complete aviation industry within the country, with all technical and secondary services being provided under its subsidiaries. Eva Air is the latest member of the Star Alliance commercial aviation network.
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