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July 10, 1991|From Times Staff and Wire Reports

JAL Pilots End Strike: Japan Airlines pilots ended a strike protesting plans to hire American pilots, whom, they claimed, were less well-trained. The union also opposes the use of Boeing 747-400 jumbo jets, designed to fly without a flight engineer. JAL's older jets were operated by two pilots and a flight engineer. The union ended the strike without a settlement, and all flights will return to normal operation today, union officials said.

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