Saudi Aviation authorities to block Pakistan airline over outstanding fees
The Ministry of Finance has advised the authorities to draft a clear payment plan
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The Saudi Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has threatened to stop all of the Pakistan International Airlines flight operations in the kingdom in a dispute over unpaid fees according to Pakistan Today news website.
The Ministry of Finance has advised the authorities to draft a clear payment plan, also with a request to PIA authorities to pay Rs2.20 billion ($586.6 mln) to the Saudi CAA.
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