PIA receives second Airbus A320

Oct 24, 2021 | News

RAWALPINDI: The second Airbus A320, the Pakistan International Airlines has acquired on a six-year dry lease, touched down the Islamabad International Airport on Saturday morning.

A PIA spokesman said the aircraft landed at the airport via Egypt from the French city of Perpignan.

The spokesman said that the national airline had also acquired a dry lease aircraft three weeks ago, which is now part of the PIA fleet.

The second Airbus A320 will formally join the PIA fleet in the next few days.

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