A PIA plane pictured up shut on a runway. — AFP/FileFollowing the seizure of a Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) aircraft at Malaysia’s Kuala Lumpur airport two days in the past, three officers of the airline are being probed.The nationwide provider is investigating officers of the advertising, engineering and flight operations departments.Records of the three departments are additionally being scrutinised.Two days in the past, PIA flight PK894 had reached Kuala Lumpur from Islamabad however was stopped by a courtroom order for non-payment of lease.The nationwide carried had leased a Boeing 777 from Dublin-based AerCap in 2015. According to Minister for Aviation Ghulam Sarwar, the airline didn’t make funds in 2020 because of the coronavirus.According to the interim injunction, PIA is restrained from shifting two plane in its fleet — a Boeing 777- 200ER with serial quantity 32716 and a Boeing 777- 200ER with serial quantity 32717 — as soon as they’ve landed or parked at Kuala Lumpur International Airport till an extra listening to on the matter later this month.Sources advised Geo News that PIA needed to bear greater than Rs10 million for the return of passengers from Malaysia.Apparently, the leased plane was despatched overseas regardless of having 12 Boeing 777s accessible.Air operations to and from Europe and the United Kingdom have been suspended for a number of months, and within the occasion of a case involving an plane, it’s operated inside the nation.Barrage of complaints after passengers returnOn the opposite hand, upon arrival in Islamabad, the passengers that had been stranded in Kuala Lumpur lodged a lot of complaints.Of the passengers, 118 reached Islamabad airport aboard a international flight through Dubai earlier on Saturday evening whereas 65 passengers reached Islamabad through Doha round 2:30am.The passengers have been reportedly not allowed to provide statements to the media. Those that managed to take action alleged that PIA didn’t inform them about non-payment of the plane’s lease and as an alternative mentioned there have been “technical difficulties”. They additionally claimed they weren’t given meals or lodging in a resort until another flight was organized.Moreover, a number of passengers mentioned their baggage continues to be caught in Kuala Lumpur.This runs in distinction to statements from PIA on the day of the incident, whereby the airline mentioned it could “look after” the disembarked passengers whereas an alternate flight is organized.’CAA disapproves PIA’s angle’Sources mentioned that the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has expressed its displeasure with PIA’s “irresponsible attitude and maladministration,” claiming that PIA appeared to be “unaware of international civil aviation leasing laws.””When PIA knew that Boeing-777 was involved in a court case, why did it allow the aircraft to fly abroad?” the CAA has raised the query, per sources. “Wasn’t PIA aware of the fact that violating international civil aviation laws will embarrass the country?”Case in opposition to PIA for non-payment of lease duesAccording to sources, the leasing firm had filed a case in opposition to PIA in a UK courtroom in October 2020 for its failure to pay the leasing payment, value about $14 million, which had been pending for a interval of six months.In response, the PIA had maintained that because the COVID-19 pandemic had significantly affected the aviation trade, there needs to be a discount within the overhead expenses.In the in the meantime, the leasing firm saved an eye fixed on the actions of PIA, and as quickly because it obtained the knowledge of Flight 895’s scheduled touchdown in Malaysia, it appealed to the Malaysian courtroom to grab the plane as per the worldwide civil aviation leasing legal guidelines, sources added.On the opposite hand, the nationwide flag provider has argued that the Malaysian courtroom took a one-sided resolution and that the courtroom didn’t reach out to the airline for remark.