Old 1980s PIA Desk Calendar

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Abbas Ali
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Old 1980s PIA Desk Calendar

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Here's a set of images sent by Moazzam Ali. Moazzam scanned them from 1980s PIA desk calendar. Although calendar is showing signs of age but photos of PIA aircraft in Green & Gold livery in it are very nice!

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1980s PIA desk calendar.

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1980s PIA desk calendar.

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1980s PIA desk calendar.

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1980s PIA desk calendar.

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1980s PIA desk calendar.

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1980s PIA desk calendar.

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Late 70s or early 80s postcard showing PIA's first Boeing 747-282B (AP-AYW).

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Scan from some 1980s magazine showing a PIA Flight Engineer performing pre-flight checks on the flight deck of a Boeing 747.

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Scan from some 1980s magazine showing PIA Airbus A300s at Karachi Airport.

Thank you Moazzam for sharing!
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Post by PK777 »

wow a rare collection... great to see them! 8)

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^ very nice to see the golden collection; i saw the same calendar with my cousin but he refuse to give me at that time :evil:

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a very nice shot of B747 and F27 side by side 8)
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Sorry pals but if u notice I have tried to make a design on the back of engineer's shirt with pen.

haha never mind . I was a school going child then.

:oops: :shock:
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