A four-day strike at Pakistani International Airlines reportedly ended on Saturday after the airline's managing director, Ejaz Haroon resigned. The strike was begun by pilots and supported by other workers concerned about job losses following an announcement that PIA would enter into a route-sharing deal with Turkish Airlines. According to a report in the Daily Times, at least 380 domestic and international flights were cancelled and 25,000 passengers stranded since the strike began ...

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