At some airports, carry-on baggage rule may be more restricted due to aircraft’s stowage capacity. Even though your carry-on baggage is within the limited size according to picture above, if the baggage that cannot be securely stowed in the cabin then it will not be accepted at the boarding gate or on board. The baggage will be stored as checked baggage and placed in the cargo compartment.
If you put your free carry-on item in the seat pocket, it should be within the vertical line from the seat back and under no circumstances can it protrude into the aisle. Passengers are permitted to place small bags on their shoulders or waists after fastening seat belts.
Always keep your seat belt fastened while seated as a precaution against sudden turbulence. If you use a blanket, please fasten your seat belt over the blanket. After landing, please remain seated with your seat belt fastened until the seat belt sigh goes off.
In order to provide the convenient service, Kiosk Check-in & Self Tagging Service will be available for passengers to print out the baggage tag, you can input the number of baggage you wish to check and print your baggage tag, please keep your baggage receipt and follow the instructions to stick your check-in baggage at drop point and complete the check-in process.
Limited supplies of inflight amenities such as eye-shads and toothbrushes are available on longer flights. If you are assigned to an exit row seat, you may be asked to assist our crew members in the event of an emergency evacuation.
Mobile booking is now available through the EVA Air app for iPhone and Android. This service is currently available for routes that originate in Canada, Hong Kong, Singapore and Thailand, and for flights from Macau to Taiwan.
Star Alliance has since its inception had a strong presence in Asia /Pacific. With the addition of EVA Air to our existing combinations of member carriers and hubs, we further cement our position of providing the strongest network on an international scale to, from and within this ever growing region.
During takeoff and landing or when the aircraft is climbing or descending at altitudes below 10,000feet, the use of all electronic devices is prohibited, including personal audio and video devices, video cameras and digital still cameras, handheld electronic, radio receivers and transmitters.
For your personal safety, please return to your seat and fasten your seatbelt whenever the “fasten seatbelt”is illuminated. During takeoff and landing, return your table and seat back to their original upright positions. Please do not stand up or leave your seat until the plane has come to a complete standstill and fasten seatbelt sign has been switched off.
According to the C.A.A regulation, cell phones, radio transmitters, remote control or any other electronic devices must turned to flight mode until we arrived. Thank you for your cooperation.
There is an emergency lighting system on the floor. This will guide you to all exits, in case of evacuation. Now please fasten your seat belt, we are about to depart. Also this is a non-smoking flight. It is illegal to destroy the smoke detector in a lavatory. Thank you for your attention.
We are going to serve meal soon. It’s our pleasure to offer you beef with rice today. Now, please upright your seat and have your table ready. Thank you and enjoy your meal.
According to the Republic of China customs regulations, each passenger allowed to bring one liter of alcoholic liquor and 200 cigarettes into Taiwan. If you carry over 10,000 us dollars, 60,000 NT dollars, please call your cabin attendant for custom declaration form.
For transit passengers who are going to Kao-shung may we have your attention please: Please take all your personal belongings to the transit lounge and contact our ground staff for next destination. Thank you.
Xuzhou, the oldest city in Jiangsu Province, is best known as the cultural center of the Eastern and Western Han Dynasties. Four thousand years of history has left the city with a wealth of culture and historical sites. The three most famous relics of the Han Dynasty are the mausoleum, stone sculptures, and the terracotta warriors and horses. Yun long Lake in the city center is the most beautiful scenic area of Xuzhou.
Shanghai, a city of history, is a tourist attraction as well as China’s largest commercial and financial center. From the old Western buildings on the Bund to shikumen-style old houses and modern skyscrapers in Pudong, tradition and modernity co-exist, forming the city’s rich cultural tapestry and urban landscape.
Angkor Wat, located in northwestern Cambodia, was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1992. The kings of the Angkor Kingdom built their own temples, featuring a quincunx of towers. Most of the temples are dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva and the guardian god Vishnu, while the surrounding small towers are largely stupas holding relics of monks or their ancestors.
China Airlines (CAL) will have a new fleet of B777-300ER aircraft from September 2014. The new aircraft will be equipped with advanced inflight entertainment systems that can be used to do lots of entertaining activities, as well as shop for duty-free products. In-flight wi-fi will also be available to add more fun to flying. Passengers with personal mobile phones, laptops, or tablets can check their e-mail and social network, and access the weather and tourism information for free.
Smoking is prohibited on all China Airlines flight. Passengers who refuse to cooperate with this regulation may be reported to the Police Agency who will deal with the case according to the Law of Tobacco Hazard Control of the Republic of China. All toilets are equipped with smoke detectors. Smoking in the toilets or attempting to tamper with the detectors can result in a fine between NT$10,000 to NT$50,000.