- PIA is not going to be given bridges to board passengers from November.
- The nationwide service won’t be able to get energy provide for the plane.
- The CAA will obtain service expenses from passengers straight from October 1.
LAHORE: The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has determined to cease the availability of airport providers to Pakistan Worldwide Airline (PIA) owing to non-payment of dues, NEWSONHY Information reported Wednesday.
In line with a notification issued on this regard, PIA is not going to be given bridges to board passengers from November onwards.
“Furthermore, PIA won’t be able to get energy provide for the plane,” the CAA mentioned.
It’s pertinent to say that the nationwide service owes Rs127 billion to the aviation authority.
The notification added that PIA has been banned from amassing airport expenses from passengers because the CAA will gather airport expenses from the passengers straight, beginning October 1.
The notification learn: “Regardless of guarantees, PIA has not paid a month-to-month instalment of Rs250 million.