Class rating 8.5
- Boarding 8.6
- Seat for sitting 8.9
- Seat for sleeping 8.1
- Service 8.7
- Entertainment 7.4
- Food & drink 7.8
- Punctuality 9.1
- Baggage 9.1
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Premium Laurel Class has hard-shell, inclined lie-flat seats configured in a 2-2-2 arrangement. They have a 61-inch pitch, 22-inch width and feature adjustable headrests, electronically adjustable lumbar supports and seating controls.
The seats, found on all of EVA's long-haul fleet apart from the B747 Combi, also have convenient footlights, personal LED reading lights, pull-down luggage racks and 110V/60Hz power outlets.
Eva Air has also unveiled a new business cabin named Royal Laurel Class which is set to debut on the airline’s Taipei-New York flight on June 2 and to be installed on all B777-300ERs by August 2013. In addition to New York, the seats will be featured on flights to Los Angeles later this year and then, in 2013, on flights to San Francisco, Toronto, Paris, Amsterdam and London.
Eva Air is configuring its Royal Laurel Class cabins with 38 seats in a reverse herringbone layout. Seats are approximately 26 inches wide, recline 180 degrees and stretch out almost 2 metres. The new AVOD IFE system is provided by a 15.4-inch touch screens and noise-cancelling headphones. Personal electronic devices can be plugged in to multi-function AV-input outlets, USB and iPod ports on a system equipped with software such as Media Player, Photo Viewer and PDF Reader. Power sockets are 110V.
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Flight from Taipei to Paris. Premium Laurel is really a good class. Check in was swift. The lounge wasn't that good in food selection, but sure beats waiting in the uncomfortable chairs outside the gate. Seat on the plane was good as always, very spacious and comfortable. Entertainment system very enjoyable, with a wide selection of films to choose from. Food is... more
We used the Eva Air lounge at Bangkok (relatively crowded but we found a pair of seats near a window) for our flight from Bangkok in March 2012. Boarding was called but when we arrived at the gate there was a queue for about 10 mins - no separation of ticket classes until the last minute. However, after that we reached our seats, 9A&C swiftly. As on our flight out... more