Islamabad: The Pakistan International Airlines suffered huge financial losses after dozens of its flights were operated without passengers.
According to an audit report, a copy of which is available with Geo News, as many as 46 flights were operated from the Islamabad Airport in 2016-17 with no passengers boarding the airplanes.
The report reveals that the national flag carrier suffered loss of Rs180 million by operating 46 flights without passengers.
It said 36 flights on Hajj and Umrah routes were also operated without passengers and no inquiry was initiated despite the administration being informed about the matter.
The audit report said the issue has been declared a negligent act in the official documents.
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