By: Wang Shu-fen and Chiang Yi-ching
In a statement, EVA Airways said it will adjust the frequency of its flights to Europe starting Monday, based on travel demand and the work rotation of its flight crew.
Taiwan's other major carrier, China Airlines (CAL), also announced Sunday that it will be suspending some of its long-haul flights over the next 20 days, including those to New York, Los Angeles, Brisbane, Sydney, Auckland and Vienna.
The flight suspensions followed a decision by Taiwan's Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) Saturday to raise its travel alert for 27 European countries to a Level 3 warning, the highest on its three-tier scale. FULL STORY]