Taiwan's Eva Air raises Kaohsiung-Shanghai frequency

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Taiwan’s Eva Air raised frequency of its Kaohsiung-Shanghai Pudong service on 11 November.

The airline now operates five times weekly on the route, up from twice weekly. On 10 December, it will convert the route’s operations into an all-Airbus A321 service, says an Eva Air official.

The carrier also confirmed it has cancelled the once weekly Taipei Taoyuan-Xining service operated by subsidiary Uni Air on 7 October, and twice weekly Taipei Taoyuan-Haikou service on 31 October.

Flightglobal’s FlightMaps Analytics show that Eva Air competes with China Airlines and Juneyao Airlines on the Kaohsiung-Shanghai Pudong route.