Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) is the national flag carrier of Pakistan. PIA administrative control of the secretary to the government of Pakistan for aviation. PIA's main operating airport in Karachi's Jinnah International Airport, Islamabad International Airport, and Allam Iqbal International Airport in Lahore.
PIA was founded in 1946 as Orient Airways and was initially based in Calcutta, British India. After the separation of the sub-continent independent state of Pakistan, Orient Airways become national Airline and marge with the new name PIA in 1955 to form the Pakistan International Airlines Corporation (PIAC).
PIA is Pakistan's largest airline and operates a fleet of more than 30 aircraft. The airline operates nearly 100 flights daily, servicing 18 domestic destinations and 25 international destinations across Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and North America. In addition to commercial flight operations, PIA also owns The Roosevelt Hotel in New York City and the Sofitel Paris Scribe Hotel in Paris. The airline operates a frequent flier program, PIA Awards +, and has several codeshare and interline agreements, but is not part of any airline alliance.
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