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Trash hijacks PIA flight to London

Plastic cans, tissue papers, wrappers, and boxes were thrown in the plane by the passengers on the flight from Islamabad to London. According to reports, it took hours for the PIA staff and crew to clean the airplane for the next flight back to Islamabad.

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Pakistan International Airline (PIA) flight from London back to Islamabad got delayed due to deep cleaning of the aircraft. Pictures of the extreme trash littered by unruly passengers have been floating on social media.

Plastic cans, tissue papers, wrappers, and boxes were thrown in the plane by the passengers on the flight from Islamabad to London. According to reports, it took hours for the PIA staff and crew to clean the airplane for the next flight back to Islamabad. The deep cleaning of the flight also got the return flight to Islamabad delayed for hours causing inconvenience to the passengers.

The picture shows the toilet was littered with tissue papers while the seat and aisle had heaps of trash.

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PIA chartered flight PK9785 flew from Islamabad to London and back and both times the plane was full of garbage.

 

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Keeping in view the situation, PIA officials have asked the passengers to be careful of cleanliness while traveling.

PIA becomes one of the best airlines in the world

Earlier this month, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) had become one of the best airlines in the world after achieving zero indexes in the audit conducted by European air safety watchdog SAFA (Safety Audit for Foreign-Origin Aircraft.)

SAFA conducted its periodically and surprise safety checks for all the non-European Airlines at different airports in the world. PIA was under intense scrutiny by SAFA inspectors at most of the international airports following fake license scandals of the pilot in Pakistan.

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With zero findings being recorded by SAFA in the last few weeks, the air safety watchdog lowered its safety hazard index to zero, which is considered a perfect score.

Read more: PIA becomes one of the best airlines in world after improved safety standards

Regarding this, Arshad Malik, the CEO of PIA, added that now the management is focusing on in-house safety checks on international flights. Arshad Malik said that he is restructuring the PIA’s Safety Department. New safety culture has been introduced where special emphasis and career incentives are given to employees who adhere to rules.

Hence, it is also incumbent upon the passengers to take care of cleanliness to make the national carrier among the best airlines.

 

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