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.
Can I apply for a refund using the EVA Web site?
If you purchased the ticket on the EVA Web site, it can be refunded through our online system. The refund will be promptly processed once we receive your refund request.Any applicable refund service charge and No-Show fee will be deducted from the amount
refunded.We'll process your refund back to the original credit card within 7 working days (it should appear on your statement in 1-2 billing cycles). For cash and check purchases, we’ll process your refund within 20 working days after receiving a complete
refund request. If your original ticket has been reissued, refund application will be unable to process. Please contact EVA local ticketing counter toapply refund.
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.