At least 24 China Airlines (CAL) flights have been canceled after 500 pilots—represented by the Taiwan Taoyuan Pilot Union—staged a strike Feb. 8, citing poor fatigue management. The union, which said CAL has refused to increase manpower on long-haul flights to address crew fatigue, had requested three pilots be deployed for flights more than eight hrs. and four pilots for flights over 12 hrs. It added that CAL refused to do so because of manpower costs and neglected ...

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