Posted on December 5, 2006
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9 responses to “Picture of the Day: Flying Karachi to Baghdad”

  1. Qausain says:

    Wah!

  2. Hasan Mir says:

    Nice find, here’s an unlikely source of more information detailiing the routes taken at that time to reach Karachi from London and onwards to Australia/Newzealand.

    http://www.nzstamps.fsnet.co.uk/air/external/easte rn/easternroute.html

  3. Owais Mughal says:

    Bilal

    ‘leg room’ ka to pata nahiN but these planes could carry upto 40 people in their belly. The floor was wall to wall carpeted :), air hostesses served dribks and passenger cabins had sound proofing done on them.

  4. Bilal Zuberi says:

    Owais: Any idea how many passengers did it fit? How long was the flight(in hours)? and how much leg room did the passengers have? :)