Juneyao Airlines announces a codeshare partnership with EVA Air

Juneyao Airlines Airbus A320-214 F-WWDN (B-6396) (msn 3605) TLS (Karl Cornil). Image: 905966.

Juneyao Airlines, the first “Connecting Partner” of Star Alliance, has started a codeshare partnership with EVA Air on routes across the Taiwan Straits from March 26, 2018. The codeshare cooperation will bring more travelling choices for passengers flying across the Taiwan strait, and will have apositive impact on the expansion of Juneyao’s network in Asia, warming up the relationship between the Chinese mainland and Taiwan.

According to the codeshare agreement, Juneyao Airlines and EVA Air will place their own codes on flights operated by partners connecting Shanghai Pudong – Taipei Taoyuan and Shanghai Pudong – Kaohsiung. Meanwhile, Juneyao Airlines will continue its FFP offerings on connecting flights providing priority check-in, priority baggage handling, priority boarding, extra baggage allowance, and lounge access for Star Alliance Elite members, including those from EVA Air.

Detailed codeshare flights between Juneyao Airlines and EVA Air are shown below:

Codeshare
Segment

Flights

Frequency

Operating
Carrier

Shanghai Pudong

Taipei Taoyuan

HO1309/ BR2731

12457

Juneyao Airlines

HO3181 / BR711

Daily

EVA Air

HO3185 / BR751

5

HO3187 / BR721

Daily

Taipei Taoyuan

Shanghai Pudong

HO1310 / BR2732

12457

Juneyao Airlines

HO3182 / BR712

Daily

EVA Air

HO3186 / BR752

5

HO3188 / BR722

Daily

Shanghai Pudong

Kaohsiung

HO1315 / BR2733

356

Juneyao Airlines

HO3189 / BR705

12457

EVA Air

Kaohsiung

Shanghai Pudong

HO1316 / BR2734

356

Juneyao Airlines

HO3190 / BR706

12457

EVA Air

Juneyao Airlines Co., Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of Juneyao Group, targeting at middle-to-high-level official, business and private tourism markets. Juneyao Airlines started its inaugural flight in September 2006 and became the first Connecting Partner of Star Alliance in May 2017. As of today, Juneyao Airlines owns 68 brand new Airbus A320 series aircrafts whose average age is only 3 years. In 2017, Juneyao Airlines have carried over 16 million passengers.

Based in Shanghai and Nanjing, Juneyao Airlines operates 110 routes linking major cities in China as well as surrounding countries.

It will further launch intercontinental flights after receiving Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners in late 2018.

Copyright Photo: Juneyao Airlines Airbus A320-214 F-WWDN (B-6396) (msn 3605) TLS (Karl Cornil). Image: 905966.

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