Why is it necessary for the credit card used to purchase the ticket to be presented at the counter upon check-in at the airport?
This requirement safeguards the cardholder and helps prevent credit card fraud. All passengers who purchase tickets online are required to present the credit card they used when they check in at the airport. EVA Air may reserve the right to deny boarding
to passengers who fail to present the original credit card used to purchase ticket.
Can I change the passenger name after I have completed my purchase online?
The name cannot be changed, but it may be corrected or modified for the following reasons to the same passenger :
- Incorrect spelling
- Reversal of first name and surname
- An incorrect title
- To add an alias
- Name change is not allowed if ticket includes flights operated by other airlines or codeshare flights, purchasing a new ticket is required.
Please contact EVA Air reservation office or your travel agent for the amendment and a service fee may be charged.
If you are an Infinity MileageLands member, please be sure your name appears on Infinity MileageLands membership materials in the same way it is shown on your passport.
Use your name as it appears on these documents to make your bookings and ensure that all your mileage credits are accumulated.
Are there any additional travel charges other than the ticket fare (i.e. airport tax) that I have to pay?
There are travel taxes and fees that may be required in addition to your ticket fare. Most of these are set by government authorities or airport operators at arrival and departure points. These taxes and additional charges may be included or excluded in
ticket fares, and you may also be required to pay additional taxes or travel charges upon arrival or departure at an airport.
What is the Air Passenger Duty (APD) tax? How is the Air Passenger Duty (APD) tax identified on a ticket?
The Air Passenger Duty (APD) tax is a tax collected on departures from airports in the United Kingdom (UK). The Air Passenger Duty (APD) tax can be identified as ‘GB’ in the tax break down section of a fare.