China Airlines (CAL), Taiwan’s biggest airline, is bracing itself for a second possible strike in a week. This time the China Airlines Employees Union, comprising pilots, maintenance crew and ground staff, has urged its members to “go on leave” on Friday to protest against the airline’s failure to meet their demands for better pay and work conditions. The union said its members will go on mass leave after talks with the airline’s management, including its chairman Ho Nuan-hsuan, broke down yesterday. The impasse follows the first industrial action by cabin crew in Taiwan’s aviation history last Friday. CAL cabin crew

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