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History of PIA - Pakistan International Airlines

Late in 1975 there was a livery modification when double line of stars was removed from the fin of aircraft as the first step in a complete modernization program and livery redesign. This white contrail of a stylized aircraft crossing PIA tail logo was also removed. Fuselage color scheme remained unchanged and retained white upper fuselage and green color PAKISTAN INTERNATIONAL titles with Pakistan flag near first door of the aircraft. Cheatline was kept green color and it covered cabin window line.

PIA Boeing 720-040B

Boeing 720-040B  (Copyright ATDB)

AP-ATQ seen at Paris-Orly Airport, France, in July of 1976

PIA McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30  (Copyright ATDB)

AP-AXD at Paris-Orly Airport of France

PIA Boeing 707-340C

Boeing 707-340C  (Copyright Peter Frei)

This photograph taken by Peter shows AP-AXA at Amsterdam-Schiphol Airport of the Netherlands

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