EVA Air will launch new Monday flights to Bangkok and Taipei from London Heathrow in the new year.
The service will increase the carrier’s capacity on the route by 316 seats a week, a move set to be welcomed by both business and leisure passengers.
Flights will depart from Heathrow’s Terminal 3 at 21:20 GMT before arriving in the Thai capital the following day at 15:20 (local time).
Onward flights to Taipei will continue at 17:20 before touching down at Taoyuan International Airport at 21:50 (local time).
Passengers can choose from one of three classes of cabin service – premium laurel business class, elite class premium economy and economy.
EVA Air and its subsidiary UNI Air introduced a number of flights to China from Taiwan in August.
Some 12 destinations in the country are now served, including Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou.
EVA Air operates flights to 49 destinations on four different continents from its hub in Taipei, while its fleet consists of 54 aircraft.