| It's really an embarrassing experience, as a Pakistani I have no words as to how the staff at Islamabad Airport can take advantage of vulnerable people for a bit of 'extra' money. I may not be the only one who went through this experience. I travelled with my family and we had 2 people who required wheelchair service. Upon arrival to the Departure section, I asked a fellow staff member for assistance to show me where the Helpdesk was so I could get those wheelchairs. This gentleman helped us to check in and showed us the way and as he was about to leave us with 2 other men to push those wheelchairs to our flight, he demanded money for the 'service'. What is this?? Does this man not get paid for his job? And what's worse is that those two men took us to the waiting room and as we waited those 2 men kicked up a fuss and also demanded money for their 'service'? What in the world is going on here? They refused to take my 2 family members (on the wheelchair) to board the flight until we paid them a certain sum of money? This is beyond embarrassing, how can anyone ask a disabled person for money for the service? I am seriously concerned about the staff wage here, something is not right. Islamabad staff all get paid wages so why are they making a fuss for extra money? What is the purpose of their role anyway, I don't think they know. We as customers shouldn't be paying your staff wage money for services. Islamabad please take pride in your service and stop this 'begging for tips' nonsense, it is absolutely humiliating. My family members did not ask for their disability, and if it is an issue for your staff to do their basic job then I don't think they are right for the role. Please sort your Team, Islamabad airport will sink if your staff do not have basic principles to follow.