Passengers travelling with Taiwan’s leading independent airline EVA Air can now enjoy an esteemed level of luxury as the carrier’s new generation business class cabin is introduced to the flights from London Heathrow. Royal Laurel Class is the result of $100 million investment to upgrade the top cabins on all its Boeing 777-300ERs. First introduced on the Taipei-New York route in June 2012, it will now available on all London flights by the end of July.
EVA Airlines, which becomes the member of Star Alliance last month, flies daily from London-Heathrow to its international hub in Taipei, operating via Bangkok. Eva Airs’ Royal Laurel Class features 38 seats in a reverse herringbone layout enabling passengers at window to look out without turning and those sitting in center can now easily dine and talk with fellow companions. Generous seats are approximately 65 cm wide, recline 180 degrees and stretch out almost two meters.
Royal Laurel Class offers passengers various thoughtful features such as coat hook, space for shoe stowage, handy nooks for water, glasses and reading material, convenient seat-side table for beverages, writing material etc. all within easy reach. In addition to this passengers can enjoy latest audio and video technologies starting with 15. Inch touch screens, high-fidelity noise-cancelling headphones, USB and iPods ports on a system equipped with software such as Media Player, Photo Viewer and PDF Reader. Power sockets are 110V and pull-out tables are generously sized to equip business travellers with personal in-flight offices when they need them.
The airline also offer its passengers an overnight kit containing hundred year-old German luggage brand Romowa, Harnn home spa lotion, and a lip balm and the brand new tableware from Noritake which is used by Japanese Royal family.