Today’s Airfare of the day goes to EVA Air Premium Economy mid-week fares between North America and Asia.
- Fare: EVA Air (BR) PLX3MC (ex-Canada) / PLX3R (ex-USA).
- Route: North America – Taipei – Asia Pacific.
- Booking class: P (Premium Economy).
- Price: USD 1100-1500 (depending on dates and origin/destination).
- Valid for: Round trip travel.
- Eligibility restrictions: Not valid for unaccompanied children.
- Day/Time restrictions: Permitted Monday to Thursday on each transpacific sector.
- Seasonal restrictions: Vali for travel between 01 AUG and 30 NOV 2017 on the outbound transpacific sector.
- Flight restrictions: Transpacific flights must be on BR metal. The fare component allows for some intra-North America segments on UA/CA/AS/VX.
- Ticketing restrictions: Reservations are required for departure of outbound transpacific sector. Open returns permitted. Ticketing must be completed at least 45 days before departure.
- Sales restrictions: Tickets must be issued on BR stock and must be sold in United States/Canada/Argentina/Panama.
- Stopovers: Stopovers permitted in Taiwan on each direction for a USD 100 / CAD 80 fee.
- Minimum stay: No minimum stay required.
- Maximum stay: 3 months after departure.
- Transfers: Unlimited transfers permitted.
- Changes: Permitted any time for a USD 100/ CAD 100 fee.
- Cancellation/Refunds: Permitted any time for a USD 150 / CAD 200 fee.
- Available on: Several OTAs like Orbitz or Expedia, and EVA Air’s website.
For the transpacific segments, EVA Air uses their B777-300 ER. In all configuration versions of this plane the Premium Economy Cabin consists of 38 recliner seats in a 2-4-2 layout. You can access the seat mat here.
Plenty of availability for this fare for September through November 2017. Here are some examples I could pull off:
Fare construction example for those interested in using a travel agent to book it:
Nice fare that works across the board from many North American cities to several destinations in Asia. The fare allows for some combinations with UA/CA/AS/VX for North America domestic transfers, and a stopover in Taipei for a small fee. It also offers certain flexibility for changes and cancellations. Moreover, with a little luck and planning you can probably try their infamous Hello Kitty flight!
Fare Rules ex – USA
Fare Rules ex – Canada