A strike by EVA Air cabin crews entered its fourth day June 24, causing widespread disruptions and overshadowing the delivery of the Taiwanese carrier’s first Boeing 787-10. The airline, operating at around 40% capacity, has canceled more than 850 flights to date, affecting about 105,000 passengers. The Star Alliance member also suspended all bookings until June 29 in the wake of the first labor action by its cabin crew members. The crews are demanding pay and benefits on par with ...

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