Eva Air flies from Taipei to Seattle via BR25 (from Seattle to Taipei) and BR26 (from Taipei to Seattle). In the flight I took, they were using B777-300ER.
Some photos of the Eva Air business class
Took me a while to get used to the controls for the seats.
A little “hole” where your outstretched legs can reach:
The newer version of the Panasonic IFE system with the touchscreen. There were also 2 USB ports for charging (I only used one throughout the whole 4 legs of the flights) and one power plug if you still need it.
The screen when taking off:
The screen when you need it:
The “Thunder” headphones which were surprisingly very good at keeping noise out..
The tray table:
The side of the seat can be raised for more comfortable arm rest and perhaps a little more enclosed feeling when you are sleeping. It is not really high though.. I made NO use of it throughout my flights.
The Rimowa toiletries kit. I did not even want to open it and use it. There are tons of toiletries in the toilets for business class which you can use.
And oh the pyjamas. There are only a handful of airlines that provide pyjamas in business class and Eva Air is one of them. I would fly Eva air just for this reason. The comfort of able to change to these and sleep in them… nice…
Meals on the BR25 Eva Air flight
Loved this starter plus my forever Baileys on the Rocks:
And the food is good too.. always served on a nice tray cloth:
This is REALLY GOOD !
The Taiwan porridge is superb !!!
Going to bed.. stars aboard ! Amazing !
My mid flight order for comfort food
But… Sometimes the “cheapest” food is the nicest on a plane ride. Noodles. Hot noodles. After waking up from a very nice sleep.. order it with the crew 🙂 It has become my most looked forward to meal in a plane ride crossing from Singapore across the ocean to USA. A noodles meal 🙂
The Fiji water distributed just before landing.
Conclusion of Eva Air Singapore to Seattle
I really enjoyed the flight to and from Seattle. Of course, I miss Singapore Airlines but then they don’t fly to Seattle and they are too expensive 🙂
(Update Feb 2020. Singapore Airlines finally fly direct to Seattle and I was in a flight SQ28 from Singapore to Seattle non stop flight)