Tue, 9 July 2019

EVA Air Strike Comes to an End

The EVA Air cabin crew strike that has grounded thousands of flights affecting hundreds of thousands of passengers around the world, will officially end on 10 July 2019.

The strike, which started on 20 June 2019, has been the longest in Taiwanese aviation history.

EVA Air, a member of Star Alliance, has been working with partner airlines since the strike started to try and accommodate stranded passengers.

EVA Air Boeing 777-300ER reg: B-16726 Picture by Steven Howard of Click to enlarge.

Disruptions are expected to continue for a while yet however, as the airline works hard to clear any backlog of passengers, and for its schedule to return to normal.

Any travellers with EVA Air tickets and/or concerns on how this strike affects their travel plans should contact the airline directly.

EVA Air operates approximately 565 international flights per week.

The airline has just taken delivery of the first of 20 Boeing 787-10 Dreamliners.

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