EVA Air to Launch Kaohsiung-Hong Kong Route, Starting April 12 with One Return Flight Daily and an Increase to Come


EVA Air will launch the Kaohsiung to Hong Kong route on April 12.

The airline will operate one round-trip flight daily, increasing to two from May 15. The flights will be operated using Airbus A321 aircraft, equipped with 8 business class seats and 176 economy class seats, for a total of 184 seats.

Currently, the airline operates 53 round trips per week on the Taipei/Taoyuan to Hong Kong route, which will increase the total number of flights between Taiwan and Hong Kong to 67 weekly round trips. In addition, EVA Air also operates flights from Taipei/Taoyuan and Kaohsiung to Macau, offering an extensive range of options for the Greater Bay Area. With the international flights departing from and arriving in Kaohsiung, there will be 47 weekly round trips to seven cities.

BR845 Kaohsiung (09:15) to Hong Kong (10:55) / Daily (from April 12)
BR849 Kaohsiung (16:45) to Hong Kong (18:25) / Daily (from May 15)
BR846 Hong Kong (12:05) to Kaohsiung (13:40) / Daily (from April 12)
BR850 Hong Kong (19:25) to Kaohsiung (21:00) / Daily (from May 15)

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