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A Pakistan Airlines Delay Leads to a Near Mutiny

Pakistani passengers, furious over delays, turf politician fro...

shows a group of passengers shouting Shame on you as they blocked Rehman Malik, an influential former interior minister, from entering the plane and then chasing him back to the terminal building. The plane, operated by state-run Pakistan ... Globe and Mail, 21 hours ago

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Lawmakers forced off PIA flight

Karachi: Angry Pakistani airline passengers have forced two lawmakers off a plane for delaying its departure by almost two hours, sparking a passionate debate about the country's so-called 'VIP culture' after footage was posted online. The Monday ...
 Times of Oman1 day ago Pak MPs thrown off plane  Bangladesh Daily Star1 day ago Angry airline passengers boot Pakistani lawmakers off plane over delay  4 Traders18 hours ago Video: Pakistan's ex-interior minister Rehman Malik thrown off a plane  Oneindia1 day ago
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Pakistan International Airlines flight narrowly avoids collision with PAF jets

A major tragedy was averted today in Pakistan as a Quetta-bound PIA flight carrying over 100 passengers almost collided with two fighter jets before managing to making a safe landing at Quetta airport. Flight PK-368 of Pakistan International ...
 Financial Express5 days ago No flight safety situation occurred between PIA and fighter jets, PAF ...  The Nation Pakistan5 days ago PIA flight narrowly avoids collision with PAF jets  Siasat Daily5 days ago

Shots fired at PIA jet in Peshawar, one killed

Peshawar, June 24 (Reuters): Gunmen fired on a Pakistan International Airlines plane as it landed in the northern Pakistani city of Peshawar tonight, killing a woman on board and injuring three crew members in the third incident at a Pakistani airport this ...
 The Telegraph2 months ago Peshawar plane attack: Cops recover 24 bullet shells from Sulemankhel  Sify2 months ago Gunmen fire on plane at Peshawar airport, injuring two on board  First Post.com2 months ago The Himalayan Times  Himalayan times2 months ago

One killed, two injured after gunmen fire on plane at Peshawar Airport

One female passenger was killed and two airline crew members were injured after gunmen opened fire on a Pakistan International Airline (PIA) plane arriving at Peshawar Airport.The BBC quoted the police, as saying that PIA flight PK756 was carrying ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Gunmen open fire at Peshawar-bound Pakistan International Airlines flight, one killed, two injured  DNA2 months ago

Shots Fired At Pak Plane While Landing in Peshawar, 1 Killed

One person was killed and two others injured tonight when shots were fired at a Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane landing at the Peshawar airport. The shots were fired at the Boeing flight PK756 carrying nearly 180 passengers from Riyadh in Saudi ...
 NDTV2 months ago Shots fired at plane landing in Peshawar; 1 killed, 2 injured  Sify2 months ago Live: Shots fired at plane landing in Peshawar; 1 killed, 2 injured  Sify2 months ago

Firing on Pakistan plane kills woman, injures steward

A woman was killed in a firing incident late Tuesday on a Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane while it was preparing to land at Peshawar's Bacha Khan airport, a leading Pakistani daily reported.
 Business Standard2 months ago Peshawar: Firing on Pakistan plane kills woman, injures steward  One India2 months ago

Swiss Airlines considering to resume flights

LAHORE (NNI): Consul General of Switzerland Emil Wyss has said that companies such as Swiss International Airlines are considering to resume their operations in Pakistan, while Swiss Business Council is also planning to have a Trade Show at the ...
 Frontier Post3 hours ago Swiss airline to resume flight operations in Pakistan  Pakistan Observer6 hours ago Swiss Airlines may resume operations  Business Recorder7 hours ago Consul general reveals: Swiss airline to consider resuming operations  The Express Tribune3 hours ago
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PIA flies 26,500 intending Hajj pilgrims to Saudi Arabia

- Islamabad—Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has so far airlifted 26,500 intending pilgrims for Hajj 2014 to Saudi Arabia through 74 special flights with overall flight punctuality of over 90 percent since start of pre-Hajj operation.
 Pakistan Observer6 hours ago PIA aircraft being used for cannibalisation  Business Recorder1 day ago Pakistan International Airlines clarifies news regarding delay of flight PK-370 - Press Release issued by Pakistan International Airlines  4 Traders16 hours ago Board meeting of Pakistan International Airlines Corporation to be held on Sept 23, 2014  4 Traders6 days ago

Angry Airline Passengers In Pakistan Revolt Against Tardy VIPs

Wikimedia Commons During they delay, a group of fed-up passengers formed a blockade at the airline gate, preventing the two gentlemen, identified as former Pakistani interior minister Rehman Malik and parliament member Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, ...
 Business Insider14 hours ago
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