EVA Air is adding two flights a week on its Taipei – Komatsu route, increasing frequency from five flights to daily service, starting Dec. 8, 2012. Since launching the route with two flights per week in 2008, EVA has developed its passenger demand and increased frequency.
EVA BR158 departs Taipei at 14:45 (2:45 pm) and arrives in Komatsu at 18:20 (6:20 pm) local time. Return flight BR157 leaves Komatsu at 19:30 (7:30 pm) and gets back to Taipei at 22:00 (10 pm).
Komatsu is located in Japan’s Ishikawa Prefecture, north of Nagoya on the Sea of Japan. The area has abundant tourism resources and is especially well-known for its hot spring and sea food. The prefecture’s capital city, Kanazawa, is famous for its gold-leaf art work and Kutani ware.
EVA’s routing within Asia is among the best in the airline industry. From gateways in Europe, Oceania and North America, passengers can make one stop in Taipei and easily connect onward to most major business and leisure destinations throughout Asia, including Japan and China. Travelers can check schedules, book, buy and reserve seats through travel agents and brokers, by calling an EVA ticket office or at www.evaair.com.