Taiwan’s EVA Air will start flying to Italy’s Milan Malpensa (MXP) Feb. 18, 2020, making it the first European destination that the airline has added in 20 years, after Amsterdam, London-Heathrow, Paris and Vienna. The 4X-weekly flight from Taipei Taoyuan airport will use a 316-seat Boeing 777-300ER. Under a bilateral agreement between Italy and Taiwan, two airlines from each country are allowed to fly 7X-weekly flights between Taiwan, Milan and Rome. “We expect many ...

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