China Airlines Strike Ends, But Compromises May Dent Revenue

Credit: Rob Finlayson
SINGAPORE—The seven-day strike by pilots for China Airlines (CAL) of Taiwan has ended, with the Taoyuan Pilots Union winning most of its demands for better fatigue management on long-haul flights and improved benefits. The strike, which ended Feb. 14, affected about 20,000 passengers, caused 136...

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