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PIA's bold new image

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PIA has announced the launch of their bold new livery which is aimed at sending a message to travelers that the airline is making a comeback. The CEO of PIA Musharraf Rasool Cyan has stated that it is not just the outward appearance that is changing but the entire passenger experience will be changed.

Those who are old enough, remember the golden age of PIA which had many firsts to its credit. Incredible but true, PIA was the first airline to show in-flight movies on international routes. It was also the first non-communist airline to fly to China and the first to acquire the Boeing 777-200LR - the world's longest range aircraft.

Let us hope that the new logo with the Markhor - mountain goat - ushers in a new era of glory for PIA. Insha Allah.

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