Authorities investigating the fatal crash of a TransAsia ATR 72-600 in Taiwan earlier in February have reported several local airlines have contravened local labor operating regulations for both ground and aircrew. Taiwan’s Labor Ministry said the following airlines were found to have contravened “certain working standards”: National carrier China Airlines, TransAsia subsidiary V Air, Sunrise Airlines, Roc Aviation, Emerald Pacific Airlines, Dapeng Airlines, Great Wing ...

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