Japan Airlines Cancels Strike

Japan Airlines has announced that the planned strike action scheduled to start June 17, has been canceled.

The strike was planned by the four unions, JAL Pilots Union with 660 members, JAL Labor Union with 90 members, JAL Japan Labor Union with 660 members and JAL Flight Crew Union containing 1,150 members.

Services on all passenger and cargo flights, both domestic and international, will operate as normal.

Japan Airlines has apologized to customers who were inconvenienced.

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