PAKISTAN INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES CORPORATION (PIA)

IATA: PK - 214 ICAO: PIA FOUNDED: 11 MAR 1955 CEASED OPERATIONS: -

HISTORY: PAKISTAN INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES CORPORATION (PIA) commonly known as PIA is the national flag carrier of Pakistan. Its main hub is Karachi while Lahore and Islamabad are its secondary hubs. The airline was founded on 23 October 1946 as Orient Airways, initially based in Calcutta prior to the Partition of British India. On 11 March 1955, Orient Airways merged with the government's proposed airline, becoming Pakistan International Airlines Corporation.

 

SEE BOARDING PASS

 

 

 

10/5/1955 (From Chittagong to Calcutta)

 

 

31/1/1963 (From Karachi to Dacca to Calcutta to Bangkok to Karachi)

 

 

4/2/1969 (From Karachi to Jeddah to Karachi)

 

 

11/1/1970 (From Dacca to Chittagong to Dacca)

 

 

9/2/1973 (From London to New York)

 

 

21/5/1975 (From Karachi to Lahore)

 

 

1/9/1979 (From Rawalpindi to Lahore)

 

 

4/11/1980 (From Karachi to Rawalpindi)

 

 

20/4/1982 (From Karachi to Bombay to Karachi)

 

 

2/9/1985 (From Islamabad to Karachi)

 

 

23/6/1994 (From Tashkent to Islamabad)

 

 

19/12/1994 (From Karachi to Athens)

 

 

16/1/1998 (From Karachi to Jeddah to Karachi)

 

 

UNUSED SPECIMEN

 

 

2/4/1999 (From Karachi to Islamabad)

 

 

UNKNOWN (From Karachi to Ormara)

 

 

 

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