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.
How will I know when my ticket has been issued?
As soon as you complete and confirm your booking, a reservation reference number and ticket number will be displayed on the screen immediately or such information will be provided by e-mail afterwards.
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.
Is it secure to purchase an air ticket on the website?
Yes, it's secure. While you type in sensitive information such as credit card details to purchase an air ticket on the website, all your personal information will be automatically converted into codes before being securely dispatched over the Internet.
Your personal data will be used to assist EVA AIR in providing better services to you. We will not sell or rent the data to third parties without your consent. For details, please refer to the 'Privacy
& Security Statement ' of EVA AIR Website.