EVA Air will participate in the Christmas market and set up an exhibition at the Yuanshan Flower Expo. People who participate in the exhibition will have the opportunity to win 2 round-trip tickets to Munich.

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[Reporter Zheng Weiqi/Taipei Report] EVA Air, together with Munich Airport, jointly set up an exhibition at Huahai Square, Yuanshan Flora Expo Park, Taipei from today to 4th, and participated in the third "German Commodities X Christmas Market" hosted by the German Economic Office. All kinds of landscaping with a strong Christmas atmosphere were arranged on the site, and many good gifts were also provided, including air ticket prizes, inviting the public to experience the traditional German Christmas culture.

EVA Air launched the Taipei-Munich route on November 3rd, providing 4 flights a week to shorten the distance between people in Taiwan and Germany.

EVA Air said that in order to allow the public to experience more than 600 years of traditional German Christmas culture in Taiwan, this year it has specially cooperated with Munich Airport to jointly create a Christmas-themed photo zone, with cute fluffy planes and the famous Munich Neuschwanstein Fortress, set off by colorful lights, attracts people to take pictures; on the other side of the booth, there are dancing machines and traditional German gingerbread airlifted from Munich to Taiwan, allowing people who are interested in challenges to show off their skills and get small local souvenirs from Germany.

The event time is from 11 am to 9 pm every day from today to the 4th, and ends earlier at 8 pm on the 4th.

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EVA Air celebrates the opening of the "German Commodities X Christmas Bazaar". As long as the public joins the EVA Air LINE official account on the spot, they will be able to win EVA Air business class rice crackers, a Munich Airport key ring, and a conference point. Click to participate in the lucky draw, and the lucky ones will get 2 free round-trip economy class air tickets from Taipei to Munich, together with the super value prize of the Munich city tour spree sponsored by Munich Airport Company, including four-star hotel accommodation, city tour pass (free of charge) Public transport, visits to various tourist attractions), 100 euro restaurant vouchers and more.

With the opening of the Taipei-Munich route, EVA Air has become the airline with the most European destinations and the most intensive flights from Taiwan. The public can travel through six major European destinations: Munich, Milan, Paris, Vienna, London, and Amsterdam for 30 days per week. The frequent flights make it easier to travel in and out of Europe.

EVA Air has Neuschwanstein Castle in Munich.

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Cute fluffy planes at the EVA Air booth.

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