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PIA flight leaves for Islamabad with Pakistanis stranded in Bangkok

Over 50 Pakistanis were stranded there after their visas expired

SAMAA | - Posted: Dec 11, 2020 | Last Updated: 4 months ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Dec 11, 2020 | Last Updated: 4 months ago
PIA flight leaves for Islamabad with Pakistanis stranded in Bangkok

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A Pakistan International Airlines flight left for Islamabad from the Bangkok airport on Friday with over 50 Pakistanis who were stranded in Thailand.

Thai authorities deported these Pakistanis after the expiry of their visas or for overstaying them.

The national flag carrier arranged for the transportation of these compatriots on a short notice, a PIA spokesperson said.

The PIA flight, PK-895, is expected to land in Islamabad at 7:20pm on Friday.

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  1. Anonymous  December 12, 2020 6:37 pm/ Reply

    Historically, PIA has been operating flight between Turbat and Quetta . It may be a political support to Baluch but never ever was commercially Fruitful. PIA being national carrier has been suffering financially by operating flights on none profitable routs just to facilitate Pakistan’s people. However private carriers do not shear to operate these routs therefore PIA being national carrier should be given rebates on landing parking of aircrafts etc.
    PIA has been facilitating Arm forces and other Govt. Departments employees with discounted tickets so reciprocally PIA in service and retired employees may be allowed tax free travel. They should no Foreign travel and airport tax for the PIA retired and in service employees especially on Free tickets facilities allowed by PIA. Concern Govt. Departments may issue necessary instructions to PCAA and CBR accordingly.

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