PIA Flight Forgets 50 Passengers in Jeddah

In a concerning incident at Jeddah airport in Saudi Arabia, reports have emerged that a Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight departed without approximately 50 passengers who were scheduled to travel to Islamabad.

According to sources familia…

In a concerning incident at Jeddah airport in Saudi Arabia, reports have emerged that a Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight departed without approximately 50 passengers who were scheduled to travel to Islamabad. According to sources familiar with the matter, these passengers, presumably Umrah pilgrims, were expected to arrive in Islamabad from Jeddah yesterday. Now, stranded at the airport, these passengers face a few difficulties and uncertainties as they await assistance. Urgently calling higher authorities for assistance, they express their frustration and dismay over the distressing situation they have been left in. Sources suggest that the main reason for the passengers being left behind was the limited capacity of the aircraft, resulting in inadequate space to accommodate all travelers. Despite efforts made to facilitate their boarding, logistical constraints ultimately led to this unfortunate outcome. Responding to inquiries regarding the incident, a spokesperson for PIA acknowledged the situation, confirming that the affected passengers have been relocated to a nearby hotel temporarily. Additionally, the spokesperson reassured that PIA has taken prompt action to rectify the situation, arranging a special flight to bring back all stranded passengers to Islamabad today. While efforts are underway to address the immediate needs of those affected, concerns persist regarding the transparency and accountability of the airline in handling such situations. Authorities are expected to conduct a thorough review of the incident to identify lapses and implement measures to prevent similar occurrences in the future, safeguarding the interests and welfare of passengers traveling with PIA. Source: Pro Pakistani