PIA staff retrieve and return £4,000 lost by passenger

Air staff applauded for their honest conduct.

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  • The staff of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has set a great example of honesty.
  • Air hostess Mehwish Shaukat and Steward Mumtaz Abro returned 4000 British pounds to the passenger.
  • Pakistan International Airline’s flight PK-702 flew back from Manchester to Islamabad on November 24.

PIA staff

The success of an organization is built on the trust of customers, employees, and the general public. The best way to gain that trust is to demonstrate ethics and integrity in business practices.

Recently, the staff of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has set a great example of honesty. It is reported that on Wednesday, PIA’s staff returned a significant amount of foreign currency (British pounds) to a passenger who was traveling from Manchester to Islamabad.

The passenger lost 4000 British pounds on the flight, which later on was returned by the staff of PIA. Air hostess Mehwish Shaukat and Steward Mumtaz Abro returned money to the passenger. Both were praised for their equitable deed.

According to the sources, Pakistan International Airline’s flight PK-702 flew back from Manchester to Islamabad on November 24.

Achieving “Unparalleled Success”

PIA is not only winning hearts over their honesty but the entity has also turned into a profitable organization after facing negligence for many years by the previous governments.

PIA has achieved unparalleled achievements in a short span of time and is all set to improve more.

“Signs of improvement have started to appear in PIA in just one year’s time, though there are still many challenges to overcome and more new heights to achieve,” CEO PIA, Air Marshal Arshad Malik.

During the first six months of 2019, the revenue of PIA has increased by up to 41 percent. However, more routes and destinations are also being added to the network of operations.


Also See:

In 2019 PIA’s Revenue Increased By Rs29 Billion As Compared To 2018

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