Due to the incident, the Jeddah-bound return flight PK-759 was delayed for several hours.
The PIA chief said the airline’s operations in Malaysia was promoting tourism as well as trade ties.
It has also been decided that the assessment test would be conducted of employees with MBA degrees.
The national flag-carrier issued directives for following Time Management System (TMS) as manual entries of attendance will not be accepted anymore.
The government members insisted on a strict action against those holding degrees, however, the opposition didn’t back the government call.
PIA CEO Arshad Malik requested the US delegation to open direct flights to New York, Chicago and Houston.
The absent PIA employees include 45 women and nine men.