IndianicWorld
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EVA Air Question?

Wed Oct 24, 2001 10:40 am

Does anyone know when EVA Air actually left Melbourne? Which Australian destinations do they still serve?

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RE: EVA Air Question?

Wed Oct 24, 2001 10:49 am

In Australia they fly to
Sydney; Australia
Brisbane; Australia
In New Zealand they fly to
Auckland; New Zealand

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RE: EVA Air Question?

Wed Oct 24, 2001 12:04 pm

They only fly the MD11 into Brisbane - I made a special effort to go on it last year on my way to Canada.

The SYD -TPE filights are codeshared with Qantas using 767s.

EVA has better service by a million miles, but Qantas has better business class seats (yes even their older seats beat EVA).

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