Pakistani Airport Security Force turns old PIA plane into restaurant

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Islamabad, May 31 (IANS) The Airport Security Force (ASF) in Pakistan has converted an old aircraft, previously owned by Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), into a restaurant, an online portal reported on Wednesday.

According to the news site, PIA retired the jumbo jet, a 747-300 AP-BFV, in 2014, following which the aircraft was transferred to a hangar at Karachi’s Jinnah International Airport and later “donated” to ASF for use in anti-terrorism training purposes.

The plane has now reportedly been refurbished into a restaurant by ASF. No further details could be confirmed, propakistani website reported.



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