A Thai airline that caused a stir by flying with transgender cabin crews has been involved in dispute over unpaid bills at Incheon Airport in South Korea.
Two groups of PC Air passengers were left stranded after the airline's single aircraft was grounded over unpaid fuel and ground service bills, reports TTR Weekly.
The Bangkok-based airline now faces legal threats from passengers and travel agents who used the airline.
Most of the passengers returned to Bangkok on other carriers.
The airline blamed its Korean general sales agent for not paying the fuel and ground services bills.
PC Air has since suspended its services to Seoul.
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