The seven-day strike by Taiwan’s China Airlines’ (CAL) pilots ended Feb. 14, as the airline met most demands by pilots, represented by the Taoyuan Pilots Union, on better fatigue management on long-haul flights and better benefits. The strike began Feb. 8, affecting around 20,000 passengers, with more than 136 flights canceled. The strike cost the carrier an estimated $16 million in revenue. Passengers may apply for compensation, which is capped at $250.  CAL ...

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