JAL Strikes Cancelled

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Wednesday, 17 June 2009

Japan Airlines has managed to avert a strike that was scheduled to begin today.

The planned strike action led by the four unions, JAL Pilots Union (660 members), JAL Labour Union (90 members), JAL Japan Labour Union (660 members) and JAL Flight Crew Union (1,150 members), have all been cancelled.

As a result, services on all passenger and cargo flights, both domestic and international, will operate as normal.

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