LONDON - Pakistan International Airline (PIA) was slapped with 2000 pounds fine after two of its airhostesses were found travelling without proper documents. According to reports, the crew members travelled from Islamabad to London in the national flag carrier’s flight PK-785. When the flight landed in London, the airport authorities found two of PIA airhostesses with expired passports.

Reports said that the national airline was fined £2000 and warned by UK immigration authorities over ‘negligence’ in allowing the staff for London-bound flight without proper documentation.