During a journey from Karachi to Toronto, a Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight manager is alleged to have harassed a flight attendant. In an email complaint, the flight attendant listed four serious allegations of harassment. A three-person team made up of DGM Security, a female assistant manager, and the responsible SEC Jinnah International Airport has been established to look into the situation.
The committee questioned Maimona Feroz, the accused manager. She is accused of acting rudely and using inappropriate language on the international flight, among other things. Feroz allegedly insulted the air hostess’ uniform in the email from the worried employee and threatened to demote her right away and send her to the training centre as punishment.
The email also claimed that although her sister was a flight attendant on the same aircraft, the boss disregarded her sister’s grooming infractions. About the female officer, another attendant had also voiced their displeasure.
Due to behavioural issues, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) suggested that the accused manager not be appointed for any important roles for the following five years. On March 29, the enquiry committee will present its findings, and the guilty party will face legal repercussions. This incident emphasises how crucial it is to deal with harassment and make the aviation business a place where all workers feel safe and respected.