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  • anya_lukover

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    21st May, 2008
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    My friend has found a very reasonable direct flight to Bangkok in August but it's with an airline we haven't heard of - Eva Air. Have you heard anything about this airlines, and do you think it's ok to use them or would you advise to pay a few hundred more pounds for a more recognised name?
    Thanks

    #1 Posted: 17/6/2008 - 16:32

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  • Jon_Mak_Mak

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    Hi, Im sure Ive heard of Eva Air before. There are LOADS of airlines over the world. The more comercial names are usally more expensive but that dont mean they are better.

    If the price is right and it goes where you want to give it a go.

    #2 Posted: 17/6/2008 - 19:55

  • boxee

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    26th March, 2008
    Location Singapore
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    i would go with eva air , i used them last month to fly to bangkok and the service was excellent , the food was good, the air stewardesses were very helpful. also we all had private screens to watch the many movies they showing. this was also the cheapest direct flight we could find from london to bangkok

    #3 Posted: 17/6/2008 - 21:00

  • ChangFai

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    Location Thailand
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    EVA Air is a well established Taiwanese Airline .

    Their Evergreen Class , sort of in between Budget a Business , is very popular and good value.

    #4 Posted: 18/6/2008 - 00:28

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