EVA Air may only be Taiwan’s second-largest airline, but it still flies to more than 50 destinations around the world. Although the airline recently upgraded and renamed its upper class services, one of the outcomes of that move was to eliminate First Class service altogether. The highest level of service now is Business Class on EVA Air, which is now called “Premium Laurel” class.
There are still three levels of service in an EVA Air cabin, although the middle level is no longer Business Class – it’s now EVA’s version of premium economy. So although there may technically no longer be such a thing as First Class on EVA Air, you’ll be getting EVA’s best service when you fly Business Class on EVA Air.
The services described below are all from EVA’s Premium Laurel class, which is its Business Class.
Seat & Bed
- Seats recline to a lie-flat position (but not horizontal with the floor)
- Seats are 22″ wide
- Seats have hard shell backs for increased privacy, especially when reclined
- All seats have aisle access
- Seat adjustments are electronically-controlled, including lumbar support
Food & Beverages
- Menus feature both Western and Eastern options
- Business Class cabin features a self-service beverage bar, including chilled wines, mineral water, and freshly brewed coffee
- Meals served on fine Japanese porcelain tableware
- Each passenger has personal 10.4″ LCD touch screen
- Each seat has power ports with standard US sockets
- Sennheiser noise-canceling headphones are provided for each passenger
- Feather quilt and pillow provided to each passenger when they want to sleep
- Self-service snack area features a microwave oven so snacks can be heated up
- Passengers can send text messages and emails directly from their touch-screen monitor