A strike by EVA Air cabin crews is set to end at midnight July 10 after the airline and the Taoyuan Flight Attendants Union signed an agreement July 7. The 18-day strike, the longest to hit Taiwan’s aviation industry, has caused the carrier to cancel about 1,440 flights affecting more than 280,000 passengers. EVA Air, the country’s second largest carrier, agreed to the union’s demands for increases in pay allowances on overseas flights and overnight rests on some ...

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