EVA Air chairman pens apology for Megi row

The China post
Date: October 2, 2016
By: The China post news staff

TAIPEI, Taiwan — EVA Air Chairman Steve Lin has written a letter of apology to the company’s employees in the wake of a row over the airline’s maintaining of “normal” flight schedules despite Typhoon Megi, according to the Central News Agency.

In the internal letter sent out to the employees on Friday, Lin promised the company would make a thorough assessment of its operations, the CNA said.

Megi disrupted most air traffic after the typhoon hit Taiwan on Sept. 27.

EVA however allowed many of its flights to fly back and land at the Taoyuan international airport.

EVA Air’s operations during the typhoon raised safety concerns, with the Civil Aeronautics Administration saying it would conduct an investigation.     [FULL  STORY]

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