Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) Fleet Airbus A320-200: 11 in service, each seating either 158 or 180 passengers ATR 42-500: 5 in service, each seating 48 passengers
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Pakistan International Airlines (PIA)- PIA Flight Ticket PIA Airlines serves 30 domestic and 36 international destinations in 28 countries across Asia, Europe and North America from its home bases of Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad and Peshawar in Pakistan. Dubai is a major focus city for the, airline with flights connecting Dera Ghazi Khan, Faisalabad, Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore, Multan, Peshawar and Quetta. Special PIA flight set to repatriate 200 stranded Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) is all set to launch special flight operations to repatriate stranded Pakistanis in the UAE from Saturday. "First special PIA flight from Dubai will
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ATTENTION PLEASE! Due to limited domestic operations, PIA will not be able to provide any service beyond your arrival airport in Pakistan. Passengers travelling out of their arrival airport to their final destination city are requested to plan their journey and make their arrangements accordingly. Known to have survived stressful times of war and turmoil in the past, PIA has continued to grow the country’s aviation industry and keep it boosted. It was first named ‘Orient Airways’ when it was formed in 1946 but later changed to ‘Pakistan International Airlines’ in 1955 after becoming the country’s national airline.