EVA Air’s cabin crew strike has entered its seventh day, becoming the longest strike in Taiwan’s aviation history. The island’s second largest airline said losses have reached $26 million and it is expected to lose up to $34.3 million in the coming days. The Star Alliance member has stopped taking reservations until June 29. Cancellations have reached into the first week of July with around 390 more flights canceled, reaching 1,016 in total. In all, about 210,000 ...

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