The Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has done some work on their looks, they change their crew’s livery and introduced a new vibrant logo and design this includes a painting of the Markhor which is the national animal of Pakistan and which inhabits the mountainous regions of our country.

The picture of Pakistan’s national animal Markhor (Ibex) will be printed on the tails of the PIA planes, the spokesman of PIA said.
“The ibex is rare and faces its enemies all alone in mountains. The national flag-carrier will also do the same,” the spokesman said.

The previous uniform was introduced 10 years back and now it needed to be changed, said PIA spokesperson Mashood Tajwar, he further added that these changes were part of the airline’s transformation and strategic business plan in order to give it a new and pleasant look.

“This is the first brand change in 10 years. Markhor is our national animal which can be found in the mountainous regions of Pakistan,” he said.

Advisor of the Prime Minister on Aviation Sardar Mahtab Ahmad Khan inaugurated a new livery of the PIA in Islamabad.

President and CEO of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), Musharraf Rasool Cyan along with other officials of PIA and Civil Aviation, including Secretary Aviation, Irfan Elahi, Chief Operating Officer, Zia Qadir Qureshi, Chief Commercial Officer, Bilal Munir Sheikh, Chief Technical Officer, Amir Ali and Chief HR Officer, Asma Bajawa were present on this inauguration ceremony.

In this meantime, The New Islamabad International Airport has been made operational.
“PIA will make a historic landing at new Islamabad int’l airport. PIA ‘s A320 will take off from BBIA at 1230PM on PK9001 and will land at NIIA at 1PM. It will be the first mock up flight at the new airport. Purpose of PIA mock up flight is to assess the operation ability of NIIA,” said another tweet from the national flag-carrier.