A strike of historical proportions by employees of China Airlines was concluded after less than 24 hours Friday night after airline management agreed to all demands put forward by the flight attendants union benefits and work conditions. Union leaders promised that flight service would resume normal operations overnight on Sunday. This strike marks the first of its kind at any airline based in Taiwan, and at least 20,000 air passengers were left stranded as the airline was forced to cancel 76 flights to Hong Kong, Japan and elsewhere. “It is a new experience for me and I hope the crew members have their demands met,” said one student left stranded by the demonstration.
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