Jetstar Japan Continues Designated Strike on 25th with 9 Participants

Jetstar Japan

The Jetstar Crew Association (JCA), the labor union of Jetstar Japan, has revealed that a designated strike will be executed tomorrow, December 25th, with 9 members participating.

The strike will involve 2 captains, 1 first officer, and 6 cabin crew members, affecting a scheduled 19 flights. On the 22nd, 4 members carried out a strike, and on the 23rd and 24th, 8 members proceeded with the action.

Although one round-trip flight on the Tokyo/Haneda-Fukuoka route was cancelled on the 24th due to an inability to secure crew members, the JCA attributes this to the strike’s impact, while the company cites illness as the cause.

The JCA, a labor union organized by pilots and cabin crew, was formed in July 2018. Since December 1st, they had been conducting a soft strike by refusing requests for changes to their work schedule. As negotiations had not concluded by the evening of the 21st, they initiated a designated strike from the 22nd.

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