Another PIA flight attendant goes missing in Canada

It has been reported that the missing air attendants have applied for asylum in Canada

News Desk June 25, 2024


Another Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight attendant has reportedly disappeared in Canada, bringing the total count of missing staff from the national carrier in Canada to 14.

According to sources, the string of alleged disappearances of flight attendants on PIA’s Toronto route continues unabated.

The latest case involves Noor Sher, a member of the 16-member flight attendant team assigned to flight PK 781 from Pakistan to Toronto, Canada.

Noor Sher's disappearance was noticed when he failed to report for his scheduled return flight, adding to the tally of 14 male and female PIA staff who have gone missing in Toronto.

It has been reported that the missing air attendants have applied for asylum in Canada.

It's noteworthy that a female flight attendant, currently in detention in Toronto, had been posted on the Toronto flight more than ten times.

Despite specific instructions against her assignment on the Toronto flight, she was repeatedly rostered for duty.

There has been no significant progress in the ongoing investigation into the responsible parties involved in the appointment of Hina Sani, who remains in Toronto.

Sources indicate that both the aviation ministry and the national airline have established separate committees to conduct investigations.

Meanwhile, according to a PIA spokesperson, all previously missing flight attendants have been terminated from their positions.

Departmental action has also been initiated concerning Noor Sher's case.

The reports from the Ministry and Airline Inquiry Committees regarding the appointment of air hostess Hina Sani are still awaited.



KAM | 2 weeks ago | Reply There should be a thorough investigation
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