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.
What other products does EVA sell on its website besides tickets?
The EVA website not only allows you to purchase tickets, but also offers the following services:
- Car rental
Can I reserve a special meal using the EVA online booking system?
Yes, special meals are available to passengers for age, medical, dietary or religious reasons, and you can reserve one using our Web site because of any of these requirements at least 24 hours before your scheduled flight departure. If the special meal you
require is not listed in our meal list online, please contact one of our reservation offices.
If you need special meal services on another airline, please contact the other airline directly but cannot guarantee that the carrier can provide it. Special meal service depends upon whether the other airline has it available or not.
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.