The royal wedding happened this weekend and people all over the world cannot stop swooning over the fairytale nuptials of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Cashing on this historic moment is our national aviation service, Pakistani International Airline (PIA). The carrier has now extended an invitation to the new couple in town to visit the Northern Areas of Pakistan.
Giving a throwback to the time Lady Diana came to Pakistan, PIA tweeted that they would be honored if the Duke and Duchess of Sussex toured the breath-taking destinations.
We watched the #RoyalWeddding & remembered #PrincessDiana & her trip to the northern areas of Pakistan, & we thought how wonderful it would be for the newly weds to visit our northern splendours as well! So #PrinceHarry & #PrincessMeghan, we are ready, just let us know when! #PIA pic.twitter.com/2aVtnqxeZ4
— PIA (@Official_PIA) May 19, 2018
Apna haal dekho or apni batien dekho. Sharam ani chahye PIA walun ko
— Umar Khalid (@umarkhalid888) May 20, 2018
Yeah I think it's safe to say they are not coming …hold your markhor
— Fumer (@fahadumeris) May 19, 2018
Sorry to say, But that time PIA was the leader, but now PIA is looser. People wants to that PIA again. Please Learn from Emirates
— Amin Anwar (@AminAnwer) May 19, 2018
Kachra air line of world ?
— shabir khan (@shabirudin3) May 20, 2018
Pehlay apnay logon ko tu time per le Ghar jaoo.
Expired Khan na Khilao.
Arrogant aur Badtameez staff khatam Karo
2number safarishi cabin crew, drug smugglers cabin crew ko jotay Maro.
Phir Kisi aur ko invite Kerna.
— Asif Ali (@Krasif1) May 20, 2018
Its dangerous to travel by PIA with fake degree holder pilots/ crew and hundreds of staff.
— Mustafa (@unitian) May 21, 2018
Sharam Tum Ko Magar Aati Nahin.
— Ali Raxa (@Aliraxa77) May 21, 2018
Begaani Shaadi Me Abdullah Deewana….
— Wasim Ak. (@Wasimakhtar321) May 21, 2018
While the aviation service tweeted this thinking, it is a smart strategy, Twitterverse is having a field day trolling the living daylights out of PIA.
The aviation brand vies hard to redeem itself in the eyes of its customers. However, its meager service adds to the growing backlash.