Hello Kitty Jet to have permanent route to Singapore
Let's travel to Taiwan in a Hello Kitty Jet this June!
It seems like Taiwanese Airline, EVA Air will have a Hello Kitty themed flight, "Hello Kitty Jet" to fly permanently between Singapore and Taipei starting from 21 June 2015 onwards.
According to Channel News Asia, the airline announced the news on Wednesday, 7 January in a press release which states that the flight will be scheduled to fly from Singapore's Changi Airport and Taipei's Taoyuan International Airport as an addition to EVA Air's daily existing flights between the two destinations.
"After experiencing an overwhelming demand of our Hello Kitty jets when we introduced chartered flights between Singapore and Taipei (in December 2014), we knew Singapore had to be our first destination in South-east Asia to host our next Hello Kitty-themed aircraft," said the President of EVA Air Austin Cheng.
Here is the schedule for the Singapore – Taipei routes:-
|(Photo source: channelnewsasia.com)|
EVA Air is the second largest airline in Taiwan after China Airlines which flies a fully international route network.
The Hello Kitty Jet was introduced in October 2005 when the airline launched a campaign with Hello Kitty production company, Sanrio.
Currently, there are a total of seven Hello Kitty Jets with different variants which fly from Taiwan to destinations like Japan, Hong Kong, China, Korea, Guam, Paris and Singapore being the latest addition, according to EVA Air.
(Photo source: evaair.com)