PIA hostess Hina detained in Canada over carrying illegal passports

A flight attendant from Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), identified as Hina Sani, has been detained at Toronto airport for possessing passports reportedly not her own. The discovery was made upon her arrival from Lahore on flight PK-789. This is not Sani’s first brush with controversy, as she previously faced warnings for allegedly smuggling contraband into Canada. Sani, also known for her ties to a popular Pakistani singer and her social media presence, was traveling with seven other attendants who have since been barred from flying to Toronto by PIA. The unusual permission for the crew’s travel, authorized personally by the deputy general manager of Flight Services, has sparked further investigation. Canadian authorities have questioned two other flight attendants, who were later allowed to proceed to their hotel. PIA has pledged full cooperation with Canadian officials, emphasizing the gravity of carrying unrelated passports. This incident follows recent cases of PIA staff coming under scrutiny in Canada, including an air hostess who vanished last month and another who went missing in January. PIA is taking disciplinary actions and seeking further investigation into these incidents.–News Desk