PIA Ends Allowances for Cabin Crew

Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) will no longer officiate allowances of its cabin crew from November 1.

A notification in this regard has been issued by the General Manager Flight Services, Aamir Bashir. According to it, all officiated assignments to the cabin crew will be canceled starting next month.

It is notified that all officiated assignments allotted to cabin crew e.g Flight Purser to Senior Purser, Sr. Flight Steward/ Air hostess to Flight Purser will be revoked from November 2020.


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It added that a new duty roster will be rolled out soon based on the actual designation of the cabin crew.

Applicable assignment/officiating allowances in this regard to be discontinued accordingly.


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The development came following the federal government’s pressure on PIA management to introduce cost-cutting measures for the national airline’s revival.

The national flag carrier reported a loss of Rs. 32 billion during the COVID-19 lockdown.


  • Pathatic thinking of this nation… Good step as commented by someone, what if these allowances were source to your stove and eduction of children. We just think of our political affiliation , God sake think about individual human and their families survival

  • Is mulk k chalaney walon ka bhi ajeeb dimagh hy buchat ki wahan sochtey hyn Jo pehlay hi maushi badhali ka shikar hotey hyn aur jahan buchat krney ki zarorat hoti hy wahan andha paisa pheka jata hy. Aik tarf yea middle level employee kay allowance katey hyn aur dusri tarf alla seats py bethay logon ko nawaz bhi rahy hotey hyn. zara ghaur kryn k aisey bhi officers hyn Jo 2500cc say upar ki luxury gari may akela atta hy, office may 2.5 ton sy 4ton ka tower ac mouyasar hy jo har waqt On rehta hy, office ka unlimited Internet, aur bohat c shahana sahuliuat govt apni pocket say day rahi hy wo keun nai control kiye jatey? Kia majooda Mali halat may 1000cc ki gari nahi Di ja sakti, kia office k shahana expenses ko roka nai ja sakta? Kia sarkari kha aney say personal tour k fuel expenses ko roka nai ja sakta? Honey ko bohat kuch hona baki hay but krna nai

  • This is called “penny wise and pound foolish”

    Cutting allowances of lower staff and enjoying big perks as officers.

    It is a Typical anti-civilian move by non-civilians sitting at the helm of affairs at PIA.

  • Jo jo log criticise kr rhy hai un k liye mera msg hai k apko 1 steward or aik hosstess k allowance ka pta hai 1 month may kitna harcha hota hai 1 Pakistani hony ki hasiyat say may khush hun aisy b log hai jis k parents k elaj ka monthly cost 4 4 lack hota hai international hospitals may unka elaaj hota to ye pia kaha say bhary ga qomi khzany say he hota hai na sab to ye b hmary taxes say hota hai esi wja say pia lose may hai wrna pia koi juwa nai khelta jis may pesa lgaye sab inhi harcho say qarazdar hai aik pilot or hostess k education or mehnt may zameen asman ka fark hota hai mgr allowance same hai inki basic tanha alag hoti hai or single flight pr inko dollars alag say milty hai hours k hisab hai stay in logo 7 stars hotels may hota hai ye kafi nai hai upar say in k families k b harchy pia uthaye allowncs milny chahiye mgr jo bnda job kr rha ho uski family ka theka han ny nai liya or ab jb insaf hona shuru hoa hai ab b ap logo taklef hai

  • It’s not a good HR practice to cut compensation of employees. Rather non-development expenses, extra travelling costs of executives, non-productive training costs, etc. Should be reduced. On the other side aggressive revenue targets should be given. Loss of Rs. 32b cannot be covered in one year. It should spread over 3-4 years.

  • PIA is a constant drain on national resources and does not even serve 1% of the population. The government must immediately dismantle this “white elephant” as PIA has brought us nothing but financial misery and shame. It’s staff and officials need to return the public money back into the national exchequer.


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