JAT Airways mechanics launched a new strike over pay Thursday, the third to hit the company in six months. The work action halted JAT's international and domestic flights, Reuters reported. Pilots and aircraft engineers will hold meetings to decide whether to join the strike. The protest began after the government, which appointed an interim administrator a month ago and launched a restructuring of the airline, failed to pay three months of wages to its workers. The board now is looking ...

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