Eva Air will cease service on the Guam-Taipei route as of June 7, and China Air will reduce service.
Eva Air was initially due to stop flying on the route June 1, according to routes.com.
China Air will reduce its flights from five weekly to four on the Guam Taipei-route as of May 14, cancelling its Sunday flight, except for a May 28 flight. China Air flies a Boeing 737-800 on the route.
Eva Air confirmed to the Journal in March that it would from June 3 replace its Hello Kitty and Sanrio jets on the routes, and fly A321-200 narrow bodied planes, rather than the A330-200 wide-body aircraft.
Eva Air is also cancelling its Surabaya, Indonesia route, reduced its Brisbane service, but will expand its service between Tokyo and Taipei, among other changes. – See the Marianas Business Journal of May 15 for further details on this story and other airline news.