Eva Air cancels hundreds more flights as cabin crew strike drags on

Eva Air's flight attendants and families participate in an event to gather support for the strike over work conditions in Taipei, Taiwan July 2, 2019. REUTERS/Ann Wang

TAIPEI (Reuters) – Taiwan’s Eva Airways <2618.TW> has cancelled 550 more flights scheduled through mid-July as a cabin crew strike entered its 14th day, after latest negotiations on work conditions and wages broke down this week. Flight attendants at the Taiwanese airline went on strike on June 20 after a months-long discussion between the two […]

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