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PIA is Pakistan's largest airline and operates a fleet of more than 30 aircraft. The airline operates nearly flights daily, servicing 18 domestic destinations and 25 international destinations across Asia, Europe, the Middle East and North America.

However, it is not part of any airline alliance. On 30 June , PIA was banned from flying in European airspace for six months, starting on 1 July , after EASA determined that the airline was not capable of certifying and overseeing its operators and aircraft in accordance with applicable international standards.

This decision was made soon after it was revealed that at least a third of all pilot's licenses issued in Pakistan were fraudulent.

Pakistan International Airlines can trace its origins to the days when Pakistan had not yet come into existence following the end of the British Raj and the Partition of British India.

In , the country's founder Muhammed Ali Jinnah realized the need for a flag carrier for the prospective country and requested financial help from wealthy businessmen Mirza Ahmad Ispahani and Adamjee Haji Dawood for this purpose.

In February , the airline bought three Douglas DC-3 aircraft and obtained a licence to fly in May of the same year.

On 14 August , Pakistan gained independence and Orient Airways started relief operations for the new country.

The airline was entrusted with the task of servicing air routes between East and West Pakistan. Orient's traffic continuously declined until as Britain's BOAC had been granted rights to carry passengers between the two wings of Pakistan, while two other local competitors also began serving Orient routes.

Pakistan's government established the Pakistan International Airlines Corporation through the merger Orient Airways with Pakistan International Airlines on 1 October by an interim joint operating agreement in which the government assumed financial control of the airline, while Orient's operations and ground assets could be complemented by the aircraft of Pakistan International Airlines - although Orient Airways continued to operate under its name for a few more years.

The route was subsidized by the government so that middle-class Pakistanis could afford to fly the route, with rates that may have been the lowest in the world at the time.

Orient Airways ceased operations while the government of Pakistan took a majority holding in the airline. The airline continued using DC-3s on domestic routes in Pakistan.

In February , PIA wet-leased a Boeing from Pan American airlines and introduced it onto the Karachi-London route on 7 March initially using PanAm pilots, [8] thereby becoming the first Asian airline to induct and commercially operate a jet aircraft in its fleet.

With the newly acquired aircraft, the airline introduced its first trans-Atlantic route Karachi-New York via London on 5 May , [20] which was suspended in February The helicopters were retired in and a reduced network of eight cities was served by Fokker F27 aircraft.

The Viscounts were phased out in and were replaced by four Hawker Siddeley Tridents. PIA's route grew rapidly in the mid to late s: Dhahran was added in , while Cairo services resumed.

Bangkok was added in , while Manila, Tokyo, and Damascus were added in Nur Khan was appointed as PIA executive for the second term in In , PIA introduced new uniforms for air hostesses, which were chosen through an open competition, with the winning entry designed by Hardy Amies.

The latter half of the decade witnessed a further expansion of PIA's fleet with the introduction of Boeing s , with its first two aircraft leased from TAP Air Portugal in For the first time since its inauguration, PIA started providing technical and administrative assistance or leased aircraft to foreign airlines including Air China , [37] Air Malta , [37] Choson Minhang , [38] Philippine Airlines , [39] Somali Airlines , [40] and Yemenia.

Political upheaval in Pakistan in the late s began to impact PIA's operations negatively. The s saw a continuation of PIA growth. The decade began with the opening of a cargo handling centre at Karachi airport, duty-free shops, the first C and D safety checks on its entire fleet, as well as the introduction of airline's first Airbus AB aircraft.

In , PIA had an employee workforce of almost 24,, which despite being reduced to 20, by still resulted in PIA having the world's highest ratio of employees to aircraft.

In , the airline introduced Night-Coach service as a low-cost alternative to day-time domestic flights. These planetariums featured retired PIA aircraft on display for educational or observational purposes.

Two more retired Boeing B aircraft were donated to the planetariums in Karachi and Lahore later on. PIA profits again rose in —5.

In June , PIA became the first Asian airline to operate the Boeing aircraft after 6 of the aircraft were delivered to the airline. PIA began to sustain operating losses and liquidity problems throughout the s due to frequent pilot strikes, issues with various vendors, over-staffing, and political interference in airline management.

In June , PIA took delivery of its first of six Airbus A aircraft - with the new aircraft, the airline introduced flights to Tashkent in and to Zürich in An Open Skies agreement between Karachi to Dubai was agreed upon in , and 12 private airlines were allowed to operate domestically in Pakistan.

A Tupolev Tu aircraft was also leased briefly in to cope with a surge in passenger traffic during summer Flights to Beirut were resumed the same year as well before being discontinued a few years later.

The aircraft were painted with a new livery, a handwork Pashmina tail, on white body and large Pakistan titles on the front fuselage.

The livery was adopted in the early 90s but due to some copyright issues, it was dropped. The Boeing s continued to bear the new livery, but with a plain green tail with PIA titles.

The other aircraft in the fleet were repainted in early s livery. The sixth one arrived shortly afterward and was used mainly on its North American and European routes.

In October , after ten years without any new orders, the airline placed an order for eight Boeing aircraft.

The order included all three variants of , i. PIA was the launch customer that revived the Boeing LR project that, until then, only had three orders.

On 10 November , PIA used the LR to fly the world's longest flight by a commercial airliner, flying over 21, kilometers on an eastbound flight from Hong Kong to London for 22 hours and 22 minutes [15] - a record which still stands as of late The remaining aircraft were delivered in January The military aircraft were being used after the PIA Flight accident.

With the induction of long-range aircraft in its fleet, PIA started offering non-stop flights from Toronto to Karachi, Islamabad, and Lahore from 3 March A government inquiry afterward blamed aging aircraft for the crash.

Following the crash, on 5 March , the European Commission banned all but 9 of PIA's strong fleet from flying to Europe, citing safety concerns over its ageing aircraft.

On 26 March , Tariq Saeed Kirmani was forced to resign after pressure from authorities because of the EU ban [ citation needed ]. Zafar Khan was then appointed as the new chairman of Pakistan International Airlines.

The ban on some of the aircraft was lifted after four months on 5 July , following an inspection by the European Union Air Safety Administration. Of the eleven aircraft allowed to resume operations to the EU, five were Boeing s, and the remaining six were Airbus As.

In , PIA altered its livery. The tail design was replaced with a much larger version of the Pakistan national flag and added the text "Pakistan International" in gold writing underneath the large billboard-style PIA on the fuselage.

The green stripe was modified to include gold and was extended to the rear of the fuselage. By , PIA began to be unprofitable again, requiring government subsidies.

In , PIA leased four Boeing s. PIA also issued a request for tender for four Boeing ERs, however, the bids for the s were not accepted.

The airline did lease Airbus A aircraft and inducted two As in its fleet in In October , the airline again wet-leased three Boeing s, and it also accepted bids to dry lease five ATR 72—s for eight years.

In early , PIA was fundamentally grounded for an entire week as employees walked out en masse following the deaths of two employees in a demonstration against the airline's privatization.

For replacement, PIA leased four Boeing s from Pegasus Airlines , which were returned later on completion of the lease period.

In , PIA decided to replace its reservation and ticketing system "Sabre" with a Turkish origin system called "Hitit". New profitable routes were launched in , [62] while profitable routes such as Karachi-Toronto saw increased frequencies.

The flight was en route to Karachi from Lahore. Flight PK , carrying 91 passengers and eight crew members on board, crashed while on the descent towards the runway of Jinnah International Airport, killing 97 while two passengers survived.

The cause of the crash is unknown, pending an inquiry. On 24 June, Pakistani aviation minister Ghulam Sarwar Khan told Parliament that of Pakistan's active, licensed pilots had been found to have suspicious or fake licences.

They were suspected of having paid someone else to take their certification examination on their behalf.

PIA subsequently grounded of its Pilots on suspicion of having a bogus license. On 9 July , the United States banned the airline because of concerns about its certification of pilots.

This decision "means no Pakistani airlines can establish new services to the United States or codeshare with US airlines".

On 18 July PIA dismissed seven pilots and one member of cabin crew whose licences had been revoked by the country's Civil Aviation Authority.

The Board consists of nine independent non-executive members and has four sub-committees: an Audit Committee, Brand and Advertising Committee, Finance Committee, and Human Resource Committee each having its charter and chairman.

The airline's main headquarters are located at Karachi, [83] while smaller subhead offices are located in several cities within Pakistan.

In the late s, the Government of Pakistan considered selling the airline to the private sector due to the persistent losses suffered by the airline.

The government announced its privatisation plans but they were never implemented. Several steps towards the outsourcing of non-core businesses have been initiated.

Catering units starting with Karachi Flight Kitchen , ground handling starting with ramp services and engineering, are to be gradually carved out of the airline and operated as independent companies.

However, no agreement was reached. However, no reasonable agreement or solution has been found to this day. On 18 February , the carrier was dropped from the privatisation list.

This plan was dropped due to heavy protests by airline unions and associations in which two employees were killed when security forces were tasked to stop the protesters for their movement towards Jinnah International Airport terminal building.

In , the newly elected government aimed not to privatise the entity and make it a profitable through the change in its top management.

In , PIA began to be unprofitable, requiring government subsidies. Additionally, 36 Hajj flights were also running without any passengers. The airline faces many challenges to its profitability.

PIA is considered one of the cheapest airlines. Additionally, PIA's revenue from excess baggage, passenger load factor, and passenger kilometre flow have been declining steadily.

Another 7. PIA with its Interline agreements and codeshare partner airlines, offers a wider choice of travel in international destinations in 40 countries across the world with different flight connections.

PIA has Codeshare agreements with the following airlines: [95] [96]. PIA have Interline agreements with the following airlines: [95].

The livery was white at the front and beige at the rear separated by a dark green stripe. The tail was painted white with a new typeface PIA acronym written in dark green.

The Pakistan title was added to the front fuselage in all raised letters and the engine cowlings were painted in beige.

The PIA logo written in calligraphic Urdu was added just behind the cockpit. However, due to criticism, the design was modified before the first Boeing was delivered.

The tail logo was replaced by a flowing Pakistan flag on a beige background. The "Pakistan" titles were removed and the PIA acronym was enlarged and moved onto the fuselage.

The leased As and most of the PIA fleet also adopted this livery at a later date. In early , the airline launched four new tail designs for its fleet.

The tails promoted the cultures of the four provinces of Pakistan by applying motifs to the tails and adding a city name to the rear of the fuselage corresponding to the province.

The "Frontier" tail represented the "Phulkari" flowering pattern, which reflected a tradition of embroidery generally done on shawls, shirts, and linen.

The "Balochistan" tail showed the creativity seen in the local kilims, carpets, and rugs woven with wool, goat or camel hair and mixed yarn.

The pattern was mostly bold geometric motifs in primary colours dominated by red. The "Sindh" tail was influenced by the Hala tile work with electric blue and white floral patterns.

In , management stopped the application of provincial tails, deeming them too costly. PIA launched its new livery in early April An Airbus A, Boeing and Boeing were the first aircraft to wear the new look.

The livery was unveiled at the PIA headquarters on a Boeing model. The livery consisted of a green and gold strip running around the bottom of the fuselage and continuing right up until the tail cone.

The bottom part of the tail blended into the upper fuselage as it too is white, with the rest of the tail painted with a large wavy Pakistan flag, which takes up the whole tail, in a dark green colour.

At the front of the fuselage, 'PIA' was written in a billboard style in dark green and underneath 'Pakistan' was written in golden colour.

Just behind the cockpit, there is a stylised Urdu PIA logo as well as on the engines. In , after the completion of sixty years service, the s livery was applied to three of the Airbus As and on one Boeing ER.

In April , PIA formally launched a new brand identity and livery and added a portrait of the Markhor in a ceremony held at PIA Offices in Islamabad, presented by the then head of brand of PIA, having Pakistan's national animal represented on its aircraft, including a large one on the tail and two on the engines, describing the resilient nature of PIA Brand surviving under the onslaught of all the negativity associated with the brand.

The symbol of animal was chosen for its universal recognition as the Urdu calligraphy logo of PIA could not be comprehended by non-Pakistani customers.

In essence the idea was to make PIA a truly international brand based on the values of resilience, grace and fortitude, something which PIA had lost with increased focus on ethnic traffic.

The tail had a forward leaping Markhor having long screw horns, which are the features of 'Kashmiri Markhor' endemic to Pakistan only. The font of the PIA logo was also changed and added to the fuselage.

For the first time, legacy PIA colours Pakistan green and mustard gold were dropped and a blue texture was added in the "PIA" acronym expanding the colour palette for the brand.

Urdu PIA logo colour was also changed from the yellow-green gradient texture. The first aircraft with the redesigned livery was converted on 12 May and rolled out of Isphani Hangar by the method of decals to make a debut at the New Islamabad International Airport.

Supreme Court later gave orders to retain the flag on the tail and disposed off the case. However, with management change, the re-branding was abandoned altogether.

The PIA corporate website was also added ahead of the aft exits. Currently, five Boeing s and three As are sporting this livery.

On international flights, a two-class configuration Executive Economy and Economy class has been introduced since January PIA has retained Business class-only on domestic flights operated by Boeing s.

Seats with more legroom and vacant middle seat are offered in Executive Economy on board the Airbus A aircraft.

In Economy class, all passengers on the Boeing are offered seats with inch legroom and personal entertainment screens in a configuration.

On the Airbus A, fabric-covered seats in a 3—3 configuration are offered. It can produce 15, passenger meals each day. PIA Catering provides special meals to allow for passengers' dietary and religious needs.

No alcoholic beverages and pork are served on board due to Islamic law. PIA Premier was launched as a luxury air service on 14 August The PIA in-flight magazine, Humsafar Urdu for "travel companion" , is provided to all passengers on all flights.

Humsafar was introduced in and is printed and published bi-monthly. Pakistan International Airlines was the first international airline to introduce entertainment system showing a regularly scheduled film on board in the year In January , the airline began trials on an on-board internet system to deliver in-flight entertainment on some domestic flights.

The system allows passengers to access a selection of in-flight entertainment content using their own mobile devices.

The Boeing IFE also features an inflight map and air show. Selected As feature drop-down screens with in-flight map and air-show.

The program allows passengers to get free tickets, excess baggage vouchers, cabin upgrades, and a variety of rewards, special deals, and discounts.

PIA operates a cargo delivery system within Pakistan. PIA Cargo transports goods across Pakistan as well as to international destinations.

These include meat and vegetables, textiles, paper products, laboratory equipment and postal mail. During the early s, PIA operated a service called "Air Express" that delivered documents and parcels within Pakistan.

This division was known as "Pakistan International Cargo". The airline operated several cargo flights to the Middle East such as Dubai and Europe especially London.

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Two more retired Boeing B aircraft were donated to the planetariums in Karachi and Lahore later on. PIA profits again rose in —5.

In June , PIA became the first Asian airline to operate the Boeing aircraft after 6 of the aircraft were delivered to the airline.

PIA began to sustain operating losses and liquidity problems throughout the s due to frequent pilot strikes, issues with various vendors, over-staffing, and political interference in airline management.

In June , PIA took delivery of its first of six Airbus A aircraft - with the new aircraft, the airline introduced flights to Tashkent in and to Zürich in An Open Skies agreement between Karachi to Dubai was agreed upon in , and 12 private airlines were allowed to operate domestically in Pakistan.

A Tupolev Tu aircraft was also leased briefly in to cope with a surge in passenger traffic during summer Flights to Beirut were resumed the same year as well before being discontinued a few years later.

The aircraft were painted with a new livery, a handwork Pashmina tail, on white body and large Pakistan titles on the front fuselage.

The livery was adopted in the early 90s but due to some copyright issues, it was dropped. The Boeing s continued to bear the new livery, but with a plain green tail with PIA titles.

The other aircraft in the fleet were repainted in early s livery. The sixth one arrived shortly afterward and was used mainly on its North American and European routes.

In October , after ten years without any new orders, the airline placed an order for eight Boeing aircraft. The order included all three variants of , i.

PIA was the launch customer that revived the Boeing LR project that, until then, only had three orders. On 10 November , PIA used the LR to fly the world's longest flight by a commercial airliner, flying over 21, kilometers on an eastbound flight from Hong Kong to London for 22 hours and 22 minutes [15] - a record which still stands as of late The remaining aircraft were delivered in January The military aircraft were being used after the PIA Flight accident.

With the induction of long-range aircraft in its fleet, PIA started offering non-stop flights from Toronto to Karachi, Islamabad, and Lahore from 3 March A government inquiry afterward blamed aging aircraft for the crash.

Following the crash, on 5 March , the European Commission banned all but 9 of PIA's strong fleet from flying to Europe, citing safety concerns over its ageing aircraft.

On 26 March , Tariq Saeed Kirmani was forced to resign after pressure from authorities because of the EU ban [ citation needed ]. Zafar Khan was then appointed as the new chairman of Pakistan International Airlines.

The ban on some of the aircraft was lifted after four months on 5 July , following an inspection by the European Union Air Safety Administration.

Of the eleven aircraft allowed to resume operations to the EU, five were Boeing s, and the remaining six were Airbus As.

In , PIA altered its livery. The tail design was replaced with a much larger version of the Pakistan national flag and added the text "Pakistan International" in gold writing underneath the large billboard-style PIA on the fuselage.

The green stripe was modified to include gold and was extended to the rear of the fuselage. By , PIA began to be unprofitable again, requiring government subsidies.

In , PIA leased four Boeing s. PIA also issued a request for tender for four Boeing ERs, however, the bids for the s were not accepted.

The airline did lease Airbus A aircraft and inducted two As in its fleet in In October , the airline again wet-leased three Boeing s, and it also accepted bids to dry lease five ATR 72—s for eight years.

In early , PIA was fundamentally grounded for an entire week as employees walked out en masse following the deaths of two employees in a demonstration against the airline's privatization.

For replacement, PIA leased four Boeing s from Pegasus Airlines , which were returned later on completion of the lease period.

In , PIA decided to replace its reservation and ticketing system "Sabre" with a Turkish origin system called "Hitit". New profitable routes were launched in , [62] while profitable routes such as Karachi-Toronto saw increased frequencies.

The flight was en route to Karachi from Lahore. Flight PK , carrying 91 passengers and eight crew members on board, crashed while on the descent towards the runway of Jinnah International Airport, killing 97 while two passengers survived.

The cause of the crash is unknown, pending an inquiry. On 24 June, Pakistani aviation minister Ghulam Sarwar Khan told Parliament that of Pakistan's active, licensed pilots had been found to have suspicious or fake licences.

They were suspected of having paid someone else to take their certification examination on their behalf. PIA subsequently grounded of its Pilots on suspicion of having a bogus license.

On 9 July , the United States banned the airline because of concerns about its certification of pilots. This decision "means no Pakistani airlines can establish new services to the United States or codeshare with US airlines".

On 18 July PIA dismissed seven pilots and one member of cabin crew whose licences had been revoked by the country's Civil Aviation Authority.

The Board consists of nine independent non-executive members and has four sub-committees: an Audit Committee, Brand and Advertising Committee, Finance Committee, and Human Resource Committee each having its charter and chairman.

The airline's main headquarters are located at Karachi, [83] while smaller subhead offices are located in several cities within Pakistan.

In the late s, the Government of Pakistan considered selling the airline to the private sector due to the persistent losses suffered by the airline.

The government announced its privatisation plans but they were never implemented. Several steps towards the outsourcing of non-core businesses have been initiated.

Catering units starting with Karachi Flight Kitchen , ground handling starting with ramp services and engineering, are to be gradually carved out of the airline and operated as independent companies.

However, no agreement was reached. However, no reasonable agreement or solution has been found to this day. On 18 February , the carrier was dropped from the privatisation list.

This plan was dropped due to heavy protests by airline unions and associations in which two employees were killed when security forces were tasked to stop the protesters for their movement towards Jinnah International Airport terminal building.

In , the newly elected government aimed not to privatise the entity and make it a profitable through the change in its top management.

In , PIA began to be unprofitable, requiring government subsidies. Additionally, 36 Hajj flights were also running without any passengers.

The airline faces many challenges to its profitability. PIA is considered one of the cheapest airlines. Additionally, PIA's revenue from excess baggage, passenger load factor, and passenger kilometre flow have been declining steadily.

Another 7. PIA with its Interline agreements and codeshare partner airlines, offers a wider choice of travel in international destinations in 40 countries across the world with different flight connections.

PIA has Codeshare agreements with the following airlines: [95] [96]. PIA have Interline agreements with the following airlines: [95].

The livery was white at the front and beige at the rear separated by a dark green stripe. The tail was painted white with a new typeface PIA acronym written in dark green.

The Pakistan title was added to the front fuselage in all raised letters and the engine cowlings were painted in beige.

The PIA logo written in calligraphic Urdu was added just behind the cockpit. However, due to criticism, the design was modified before the first Boeing was delivered.

The tail logo was replaced by a flowing Pakistan flag on a beige background. The "Pakistan" titles were removed and the PIA acronym was enlarged and moved onto the fuselage.

The leased As and most of the PIA fleet also adopted this livery at a later date. In early , the airline launched four new tail designs for its fleet.

The tails promoted the cultures of the four provinces of Pakistan by applying motifs to the tails and adding a city name to the rear of the fuselage corresponding to the province.

The "Frontier" tail represented the "Phulkari" flowering pattern, which reflected a tradition of embroidery generally done on shawls, shirts, and linen.

The "Balochistan" tail showed the creativity seen in the local kilims, carpets, and rugs woven with wool, goat or camel hair and mixed yarn.

The pattern was mostly bold geometric motifs in primary colours dominated by red. The "Sindh" tail was influenced by the Hala tile work with electric blue and white floral patterns.

In , management stopped the application of provincial tails, deeming them too costly. PIA launched its new livery in early April An Airbus A, Boeing and Boeing were the first aircraft to wear the new look.

The livery was unveiled at the PIA headquarters on a Boeing model. The livery consisted of a green and gold strip running around the bottom of the fuselage and continuing right up until the tail cone.

The bottom part of the tail blended into the upper fuselage as it too is white, with the rest of the tail painted with a large wavy Pakistan flag, which takes up the whole tail, in a dark green colour.

At the front of the fuselage, 'PIA' was written in a billboard style in dark green and underneath 'Pakistan' was written in golden colour.

Just behind the cockpit, there is a stylised Urdu PIA logo as well as on the engines. In , after the completion of sixty years service, the s livery was applied to three of the Airbus As and on one Boeing ER.

In April , PIA formally launched a new brand identity and livery and added a portrait of the Markhor in a ceremony held at PIA Offices in Islamabad, presented by the then head of brand of PIA, having Pakistan's national animal represented on its aircraft, including a large one on the tail and two on the engines, describing the resilient nature of PIA Brand surviving under the onslaught of all the negativity associated with the brand.

The symbol of animal was chosen for its universal recognition as the Urdu calligraphy logo of PIA could not be comprehended by non-Pakistani customers.

In essence the idea was to make PIA a truly international brand based on the values of resilience, grace and fortitude, something which PIA had lost with increased focus on ethnic traffic.

The tail had a forward leaping Markhor having long screw horns, which are the features of 'Kashmiri Markhor' endemic to Pakistan only.

The font of the PIA logo was also changed and added to the fuselage. For the first time, legacy PIA colours Pakistan green and mustard gold were dropped and a blue texture was added in the "PIA" acronym expanding the colour palette for the brand.

Urdu PIA logo colour was also changed from the yellow-green gradient texture. The first aircraft with the redesigned livery was converted on 12 May and rolled out of Isphani Hangar by the method of decals to make a debut at the New Islamabad International Airport.

Supreme Court later gave orders to retain the flag on the tail and disposed off the case. However, with management change, the re-branding was abandoned altogether.

The PIA corporate website was also added ahead of the aft exits. Currently, five Boeing s and three As are sporting this livery.

On international flights, a two-class configuration Executive Economy and Economy class has been introduced since January PIA has retained Business class-only on domestic flights operated by Boeing s.

Seats with more legroom and vacant middle seat are offered in Executive Economy on board the Airbus A aircraft. In Economy class, all passengers on the Boeing are offered seats with inch legroom and personal entertainment screens in a configuration.

On the Airbus A, fabric-covered seats in a 3—3 configuration are offered. It can produce 15, passenger meals each day.

PIA Catering provides special meals to allow for passengers' dietary and religious needs. No alcoholic beverages and pork are served on board due to Islamic law.

PIA Premier was launched as a luxury air service on 14 August The PIA in-flight magazine, Humsafar Urdu for "travel companion" , is provided to all passengers on all flights.

Humsafar was introduced in and is printed and published bi-monthly. Pakistan International Airlines was the first international airline to introduce entertainment system showing a regularly scheduled film on board in the year In January , the airline began trials on an on-board internet system to deliver in-flight entertainment on some domestic flights.

The system allows passengers to access a selection of in-flight entertainment content using their own mobile devices.

The Boeing IFE also features an inflight map and air show. Selected As feature drop-down screens with in-flight map and air-show.

The program allows passengers to get free tickets, excess baggage vouchers, cabin upgrades, and a variety of rewards, special deals, and discounts.

PIA operates a cargo delivery system within Pakistan. PIA Cargo transports goods across Pakistan as well as to international destinations.

These include meat and vegetables, textiles, paper products, laboratory equipment and postal mail. During the early s, PIA operated a service called "Air Express" that delivered documents and parcels within Pakistan.

This division was known as "Pakistan International Cargo". The airline operated several cargo flights to the Middle East such as Dubai and Europe especially London.

The operations ended in the late s when both aircraft were phased out. Luton , Amsterdam, Basel and Cologne. However again the contract ended and PIA discontinued this service.

This later expanded twelve cities within a year. Today, the airline offers over 70 locations within Pakistan, with shipments collected and delivered from customers homes.

In , the PIA new management has sharp increase in the airline's cargo space utilization from 20 percent to almost 80 percent.

In the s, the airline launched the three green stripe livery to represent its support for sports. The airline also promotes the Shandur Polo Gala , that takes place every year in the Chitral and Gilgit regions of northern Pakistan during the summer period.

After a devastating earthquake in , PIA-BSA worked in partnership with other charity organisations to provide relief help.

PIA was one of the official sponsors of the "Destination Pakistan " festivals. The official logo was added to a select number of aircraft during the year [] In , PIA teamed up with mobile phone provider, Ufone to provide air miles to passengers who used the mobile network.

PIA has Planetariums in Karachi and Lahore that enable the public to see static aircraft as well as astronomy shows. PIA Horticulture, set up in , provides flowers for display in PIA's offices and events, winning awards and accolades at flower exhibitions across the country.

PIA has been continuously serving government officials of Pakistan and has always transported the President and Prime Minister on overseas visits.

The aircraft wore official government colours but was later repainted in the airline official colours at the end of the decade.

When the government changed after a military coup in , the Boeing was transferred to PIA permanently. The President and Prime Minister then resorted to using two of PIA's Airbus As for official visits, while rare trips were done on regular commercial flights of the airline.

However, from time to time the government uses one of the airline's Airbus As, or occasionally a Boeing , for official trips.

PIA operates private charter flights using ATR 42s to Bhit , Kadanwari and Sehwan Sharif in Sindh as well as to other parts of the country for oil and gas companies and other customers.

PIA transported over , intending pilgrims each year to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia until its fleet shrank to 25 aircraft in — Since then, the airline's Hajj quota was reduced to 60,00 to 70, pilgrims by the then government.

The township was built for the employees working in PIA. The township has at least flats. The township is next to the Jinnah International Airport. Pakistan International Airlines experienced its first recorded hull loss in a Douglas DC-3 flew into a mountain on 25 February that year while on a cargo flight from Gilgit to Islamabad in poor weather, killing the three crew members on board.

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See also: Pakistan International Airlines Flight Main article: List of Pakistan International Airlines destinations.

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