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  • EVA Air climbs to 13th in 2024 World’s Best Airlines Ranking

    Discover how Taiwan’s EVA Air ranks in the "2024 World’s Best Airlines" by AirlineRatings.com, alongside the top performers like Qatar Airways and the criteria used for evaluation. Learn about the best in various airline categories, from business class to environmental efforts.
    2024/05/29 14:12
  • EVA Air ranks 14th in global safety rankings for 2024

    Taiwan’s EVA Airlines has been ranked the 14th safest airline in the world in 2024 by Australian airline review site AirlineRatings.com. The annual list features the top 25 safest airlines, assessed from 385 carriers. Air New Zealand holds the title of the world’s safest airline for 2024, followed by Qantas, Virgin Australia, Etihad Airways, Qatar Airways, Emirates, All Nippon Airways, Finnair, Cathay Pacific Airways, and Alaska Airlines. EVA Air is the only company from Taiwan to make it into the top 25. Japan Airlines, which was involved in a collision on Jan. 2, landed in the 20th spot. AirlineRatings.com evaluates carriers based on safety measures, flight records, serious accident records, pilot training, the age of their fleet, and more. The top 25 airlines are considered the creme de la creme of the aviation industry, known for their strong reputation in safety, innovation, and the introduction of new airplanes.
    2024/01/22 14:50
  • EVA Air rebuts union’s claims, stresses rigorous selection

    EVA Air addresses accusations from the Taoyuan Union of Pilots (TUP) regarding pilot turnover and flight safety. The airline clarifies that only 50 national pilots have retired or left in 2023, contradicting TUP’s claim of 100 pilots leaving annually. EVA Air strongly denies the union’s allegations, emphasizing its rigorous selection process and commitment to fair pay. The airline urges the union to cease inappropriate behavior.
    2023/12/19 21:47
  • EVA pilots union prepare for strike vote amid labor dispute

    The Taoyuan Union of Pilots (TUP) has taken their concerns to the Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC), demanding increased oversight of EVA Air due to dissatisfaction over wages and annual bonuses despite rising revenues. The union has threatened to limit the airline’s rights if conditions are not improved by a specified deadline and plans to hold a strike vote on December 22. EVA Air has faced scrutiny for various issues, including understaffing that has led to several safety incidents. Pilots accuse the airline of excessive cost-cutting measures, such as hiring foreign pilots through illegal brokers, resulting in a workforce where foreign pilots outnumber national pilots. Over the past year, EVA Air has experienced a significant decline in national pilots, with approximately 10% of the total pilot workforce leaving. The union also claims that EVA Air’s response to the manpower shortage, including mandatory overtime and inadequate training, has resulted in frequent safety incidents. The union is calling for a comprehensive labor inspection and continuous penalties for workplace safety incidents. The Ministry of Transportation and Communications has received a petition from the union and emphasizes the priority of flight safety and public well-being, urging EVA Air to engage in dialogue. The Ministry of Labor is also involved in labor-capital negotiations. The strike vote result, due on January 5, will determine whether a strike will be launched, contingent on EVA Air’s willingness to negotiate improvement measures sincerely.
    2023/12/18 16:40
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