A strike launched by EVA Air's ground crew over lower-than-expected year-end bonuses have led to delays of the airline's flights out of Taipei-Taoyuan International Airport.

The protest – which started on New Year's Day (January 1) – saw a walk-out protest by around 150 employees of EVA Air's ground services .......

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