Jetstar Japan to Operate Nearly Normal Flights Tomorrow as Union Strike is Called Off

Jetstar Japan (Airbus A320 aircraft)

Jetstar Japan announced that it will operate almost a normal schedule tomorrow, except for a few flights.

The development follows the Jetstar Crew Association (JCA), a labor union, deciding to call off the strike due to the Noto Peninsula Earthquake, after initially being on strike. Read more about the full cancellation here.

Originally, eight flights were scheduled to be canceled, but six have been renamed and will operate as planned. The remaining two flights will be canceled, affecting approximately 300 passengers.

The JCA is a labor union consisting of pilots and cabin crew members, formed in July 2018. They had been conducting a “soft strike” by refusing requests for work changes since December 1. After failing to reach an agreement in negotiations by the evening of the 21st, they entered a designated strike on the 22nd. Negotiations on the 1st of this month also ended without agreement.

■ Canceled Flights
GK105 Tokyo/Narita (08:10) to Sapporo/Chitose (09:50)
GK104 Sapporo/Chitose (10:30) to Tokyo/Narita (12:15)

■ Schedule Changes
GK641⇒GK7301 Tokyo/Narita (09:00) to Nagasaki (11:25)
GK642⇒GK7300 Nagasaki (12:00) to Tokyo/Narita (13:45)

GK111⇒GK7303 Tokyo/Narita (11:50) to Sapporo/Chitose (13:30)
GK112⇒GK7302 Sapporo/Chitose (14:10) to Tokyo/Narita (16:00)

GK625⇒GK7305 Tokyo/Narita (16:45) to Kagoshima (19:10)
GK626⇒GK7304 Kagoshima (19:45) to Tokyo/Narita (21:30)

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