EVA Air elevated the convenience of its San Francisco – Taipei service and unsurpassed number of onward connections by adding midday flights on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday and increasing frequency to three departures every day. It initiated the first of the added flights on June 26, 2018. The airline’s expanded flight schedule, in combination with its one-stop connections to every major destination in Asia, including Mainland China, enhances the ease and flexibility it gives business and leisure passenger alike. Travelers can learn more about EVA, its routes and frequencies and book flights at www.evaair.com.
EVA BR07 now departs San Francisco International Airport (SFO) at 1 pm (13:00) seven days a week. Flight BR17 departs at 1:00 am (1:00) and BR27 at 1:20 am (1:20) daily.
San Francisco International Airport – Taoyuan International Airport

EVA’s midday flights get passengers into Taipei in late afternoon, in time for dinner or an easy one-stop nighttime connection to Bangkok, Hong Kong, Manila or Saigon. Return flights arrive in San Francisco in the early morning, giving passengers the full day to enjoy Bay-area attractions, schedule meetings and work or travel onward to destinations throughout the United States and Canada.
Taoyuan International Airport – San Francisco International Airport

Combined, the 21 weekly flights EVA operates between San Francisco and Asia give passengers unsurpassed access to major destinations throughout Southeast Asia, Northeast Asia and Mainland China. The airline offers more flights from North America to Taipei with one-stop connections to more destinations throughout Asia than any other airline.