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EVA Air to Retire Boeing 747-400's in August 2017

2017 02 14

EVA Airways is accelerating the retirement of its Boeing 747 fleet, bringing forward the final flight from October to August 2017.

Previously scheduled on Oct. 28, 2017, EVA Air's final 747 service is tentatively scheduled on Aug. 20, 2017 from Shanghai to Taipei. As usual additional changes remain highly possible.

The Taiwan-based carrier now operates three 747-400 aircraft, which are still the largest in its fleet with a total of 372 seats in three classes. But these are being gradually replaced by new long-haul jets, including the Boeing 777-300ER.

In addition, EVA Airways announced to phase out four Hello Kitty liveries in the first half year: Hello Kitty Magic Jet, Hello Kitty Apple Jet, Hello Kitty Global Jet and Hello Kitty Speed Puff Jet.

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