The Straits Times
Date: June 23, 2019
The flight attendants' union announced the strike last Thursday after the two sides failed to agree on a per diem allowance.
As of Saturday, more than 200 flights had been cancelled, with over 40,000 passengers affected.
Eva Air, which is one of Taiwan's two major carriers, has pledged to help arrange flight seats for passengers or help them transfer to flights of other airlines. [FULL STORY]