MARWAT LAKKI: District Police Officer Muhammad Imran Khan visited National Police Headquarters after he took over his responsibilities here on Wednesday.
Accompanying the DPO on this occasion were SP Investigation Gul Naseeb Khan, DSP Headquarters Azmat Bangash and other officials.
During an introductory meeting with office staff, DPO Imran Khan visited Polsek, Police Barracks, Kot, Malkhana, Police Mess, MT Staff Office, Department of Investigation, PAL, PASS, FIR Online and DRC Computer Lab and other departments.
On this occasion, the DSH Headquarters gave briefings to DPOs related to various departments. DPO Imran Khan said according to the instructions of Inspector General of Police Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Dr Sanaullah Abbasi, the morale of the Police Department should be raised.
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“He [Dan] felt really bad about not getting on the plane. I feel bad for leaving him. It was truly devastating and heartbreaking, “he said.
She said she had to make a decision for her daughter, who would apply to school.
“If we don’t get on the plane, we have clearly arranged a quarantine and [would have lost] the thousands of pounds we have put aside for this flight and the 11 months it took us to finally fly, “he said.
Scary journey home for underage teenagers
While Guy tries to rebook his son’s flights as soon as he has internet access, the earliest he can afford is on February 12, meaning Dan. – who is traveling as an unaccompanied minor – will be separated from mother and sister for six weeks.
Ms Guy, who recently canceled her flight from Sydney back to Townsville, said she felt stuck and washas spent most of his time in quarantine seeking help.
She has contacted the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and her airline, Qatar Airways, which have made no guarantees about her son’s flight.
Ms Guy said DFAT told her to update her details on her DFAT registration account and then contacted the Australian embassy in London, who had contacted her.
The ABC has contacted Qatar Airways and the Australian High Commission in London, but has not received a reply.
DFAT told the ABC that “the highest priority right now is assisting vulnerable Australians abroad”, but said it was unable to comment on individual cases due to privacy obligations.
The government has helped more than 38,800 Australians return since March last year, DFAT added.
Having to pay an extra 4,000 pounds ($ 7,050) to reschedule his son’s flight was already a major blow to his budget.
Had she booked her son to fly early, she would have paid up to 8,000 pounds ($ 14,101) for a one-way ticket. – the price he said he couldn’t afford.
Ms Guy and her children were originally booked to fly back to Australia permanently on March 22, five days after DFAT urged Australians overseas to return home.
He rented out his house and left his job in England, where he has lived for the past 25 years, to move back.
But the return journey was far from easy.
He has faced up to eight flights canceled and changed since then and has been sidelined by airlines that prioritize higher paying business class passengers, leaving his family living in temporary accommodation in Guilford, southwest London, staying from week to week.
Calls for airline accountability for skyrocketing ticket prices
Travel expert Craig Fyfe, who has more than 30 years of experience in the travel industry, said airlines tend to prioritize passengers who “deliver the best results”.
“If you can only carry one passenger and you have a choice between a business class passenger who flies regularly, or the only passenger who has purchased a promotional economy fare at a deep discount, then the airline will take care of business class passengers,” he said.
He said when airlines are notified by the Government how many passengers they can carry, they will then offer seats to business class passengers, high-income economy class passengers and then whoever is left.
The new closures mean there are fewer seats available for Australians returning from overseas, he said.
But Simon Westaway of the Australian Tourism Industry Council said airlines had not taken advantage of customers during the new coronavirus action.
He said airlines still serving Australia have very limited seat capacities, meaning their ticket prices could be higher to cover their operating costs, as the market is already operating about 99 percent below its normal capacity.
He said travel will be affected for some time, but there will likely be a return of flights and a steady flow of passengers in 2022 and 2023.
“This will be in line with IATA predictions or more normal international flight arrangements in the 2023 or 2024 timeframe,” Westaway said.
But Ms Guy said she was fed up of chasing airlines and wanted accountability.
If his son’s flight back home in February was canceled this time, Guy said he might have to travel back to London to be with him.
“We should probably go back. What might happen is we just end up here [in Australia] for a while, and we have to go back to England, “he said.
“I really hope that won’t be the case and that I will get my son well.”
So what does this mean for those trying to go home? And what should you do if you have already booked a flight?
What has changed?
Until February 15th, NSW will be allowed to take the maximum time 1,505 people a week to the hotel quarantine.
Queensland will be allowed the maximum 500 people every week, whereas Western Australia will limit the number at 512.
In contrast, the Northern Territory has announced that it will increase its intake to 850 international arrivals two weeks (up from 600), after the Federal Government agreed to pay for a capacity increase at the Howard Springs quarantine center near Darwin.
The Commonwealth will make individual agreements with ACT and Tasmania, while nothing will change in Victoria or South Australia.
But on January 8, when the announcement was made, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said so expected to take about a week so that the number of arrivals is reduced.
“Regarding reducing the ceiling … a period of four, five weeks, it will take about a week because flights that are already in the pipeline, to lower it,” Morrison said.
Can I still book a return flight?
Yes, but Smart Travelers have warned of that it’s up to the airlines – not the Federal Government – to decide who tickets are sold to, and this may affect your flights to Australia.
“We understand you may have to wait longer than you plan to access this flight, and the costs may be high,” it said.
For those still stranded overseas, the relevant Australian embassy has provided information on what operators are operating, and whether government-facilitated flights are available from these locations.