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PIA supplied no meals, lodging after aircraft seized in Malaysia, say annoyed passengers

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  • Passengers getting back from Malaysia pile up complaints towards PIA and the Pakistani embassy in Malaysia
  • Two days in the past, PIA aircraft was seized in Malaysia on court docket orders for non-payment of plane lease dues
  • PIA leased two planes, together with Boeing-777 plane, from a Vietnamese firm in 2015

ISLAMABAD: PIA and the Pakistani embassy workers in Malaysia didn’t cooperate, supplied no meals and no lodging, mentioned the Pakistanis stranded in Malaysia after a PIA aircraft was seized on the Kuala Lumpur airport two days in the past. The stranded passengers are actually dwelling.

The disgruntled passengers mentioned they slept on the ground of the Kuala Lumpur airport for 2 days, The Information reported Monday. 

They reached Islamabad by way of various airways after the PIA aircraft was seized. The administration of the Islamabad airport didn’t enable the media to talk to the passengers or take any footage of them.

Learn extra: Malaysian authorities seize PIA Boeing 777 at Kuala Lumpur airport

As many as 118 passengers landed in Islamabad from Kuala Lumpur airport by way of Dubai, whereas 54 passengers had been introduced again to Pakistan by way of Doha. 

On Friday, Malaysian authorities seized a Pakistan Worldwide Airways (PIA) Boeing-777 on the Kuala Lumpur airport.

The PIA aircraft was seized on the orders of an area Malaysian court docket over the non-payment of plane lease dues, sources disclosed.

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PIA had leased two planes, together with the Boeing-777, from a Vietnamese firm in 2015.

The aircraft was seized after passengers had been already on board. The plane’s 18-member workers additionally grew to become stranded in Kuala Lumpur because of the seizure, and can now quarantine for 14 days as per protocols, the sources mentioned.

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