EVA Air - Flights To Vietnam

Eva Air offers very few flights to Vietnam via the two biggest international airports in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. Most of these flights are not direct flights and have to land in Taipei before passengers are transferred to other flights to Vietnam. There is only one direct route from Taipei to Hanoi, with the frequency of 4 flights a week at 9.05 (Taipei time) every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Eva Air Craft - Photo: Eva Air

There are more flights on the route from Taipei to Ho Chi Minh City with one daily flight at 9.20 (Taipei time) and another flight at 7.20 on every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. There are also direct flights from Kaohsiung (Taiwan) to Vietnam with flights on Tuesday and Saturday at 9.00 (Kaohsiung time) to Ho Chi Minh City, and one another flight on Monday, Thursday and Sunday at 7.05 (Kaohsiung) to Hanoi.

Baggage Allowance

Hand Luggage

On all class of EVA Air flights, the passengers are permitted to carry on one piece of free luggage with the maximum weight of 7kg and the maximum sum of the three dimensions (length, height and width) of 115cm. If the luggage weighs more than 7kg or exceed the size limitation, it will be treated as checked baggage and kept in the cargo cabin of the plane. In addition to this luggage, passengers can also bring in one small bag for laptop and proper amount of personal items such as purse, entertainment devices, instant food and mobile phone.

Checked Luggage

Generally, passengers in all classes can only carry two pieces of free checked luggage with the sum of dimensions less than 158cm. However, the maximum weights for each piece for Economy and Elite classes are 23kg and 28 kg respectively, and these numbers for other classes are 32 kg. Also, if you travel in the Super Business Class or Business Class or Premium Laurel Class on the operated sectors of EVA Air, you are allowed to carry one more piece of free luggage with the weight limitation of 23kg.

Business Class

EVA Air offers the Super Business class to the passenger with more top services and luxurious facilities.  Each seat on this class is larger with more space that enables the customers to stretch out and relax during the tired flights. Moreover, there is a personal arm-rest video system attached with the seats and a shelf to provide passengers various options of newspaper and magazines on board.  In front of the seats LCD screens with a diverse system of entertainment such as music, movie or games. Furthermore, this class can serve its passengers tasty food made by high standard chefs, but the passengers might have to reserve the meals on the ground before the flights take off.
Photo: evaair.hanoi.vn
Photo: avaair.hanoi.vn

Safety Records

There has been no record of any fatal accident or casualty in its 32 years operational history, although there were still some unexpected incidents. 



Address: Unit 03A, 2nd Fl., 17 Ngo Quyen St, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi

Tel: 024-3584 4151

Ho Chi Minh

Address: Unit 401-404 (4F), No. 2A-4A, Ton Duc Thang Street, Dist. 1, Ho Chi Minh City

Tel: 028-3844 5211

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