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Eva Airways Reaches Agreement With Cabin Crew Union, Expects Strike To End
Eva Airways Expects Revenue Losses Of About T$1.75 Bln From The Cabin Crew Strike
Eva Airways Expects Revenue Losses Of About T$1.34 Bln From The Cabin Crew Strike
EVA AIRWAYS CORPORATION is a Taiwan-based provider of passenger and cargo air transportation services. The Company provides passenger air transportation services, cargo air transportation services, air selling services and duty-free commodities distribution services, as well as other aviation related services. The Company's operating destinations include Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Seattle, Vancouver, Toronto, Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Fuzhou, Xiamen and Hangzhou. The Company mainly conducts airline business in the Americas, Europe, Asia and Oceania.
No.376, Section 1, Hsin-Nan Road
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Deputy General Manager-Finance Division, Head of Finance
General Manager, Director
Deputy General Manager-Public Relations Division
Deputy General Manager-Cabin Service Division
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Taiwan's Eva Airways Corp said on Sunday its cabin crew's strike will end on Tuesday after it reached an agreement with the Taoyuan Flight Attendants Union (TFAU).
Taiwan's Eva Airways <2618.TW> has canceled 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 Taiwan's Eva Airways Corp urged the airline on Thursday to restart negotiations to end a week-long strike that has seen hundreds of international flights cancelled.
* Shares close 3.9% lower on Friday (Adds booking suspension, share price fall)
Taiwan's Eva Airways Corp said it had cancelled 71 flights on Friday, affecting around 15,000 passengers, due to a strike by flight attendants over pay.
* Transport ministry asking rival airlines, military for aid (Adds company's statement in para 5, 6)
Flight attendants for Taiwan's Eva Airways will go on strike later Thursday, the official Central News Agency reported, after their union failed to reach an agreement with the company in pay negotiations.
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