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Senior Purser Sarshar Ahmad

Senior Purser Sarshar Ahmad  (Copyright © Sarshar Ahmad)

Senior Purser Sarshar Ahmed, Pakistan cricket team's star batsman Javed Miandad and Air Hostess Amira Riaz aboard PIA flight PK-266 from Karachi to Dhaka


Senior Purser Sarshar Ahmad

Senior Purser Sarshar Ahmad  (Copyright © Sarshar Ahmad)

Memorable photo taken aboard PIA VIP flight from Islamabad to Istanbul on October 11, 1987. Seen from left to right are: Flight Steward Nasir Raza Kazmi, Air Hostess Farzana Alvi, Senior Purser Sarshar Ahmad, Deputy Managing Director PIA Air Vice Marshal (Retd.) Moin-ur-Rab, Air Hostess Rubina Khanum and Customer Service Officer (CSO) Atta-ur-Rahman



Senior Purser Sarshar Ahmad

Senior Purser Sarshar Ahmad  (Copyright © Sarshar Ahmad)

Photo taken aboard PIA flight PK-777 from Colombo to Karachi via Malé on March 6, 1996. Seen in this photo from left to right are Chief Instructor, Flight Service, PIA Training Centre (PTC) Mufti Shabahat Hussain, off-duty Air Hostess Hina Turab, Flight Purser Javed Bhatti, Sri Lankan cricket team's captain Arjuna Ranatunga and Senior Purser Sarshar Ahmad. The Sri Lankan team was going to Pakistan to play their quarter final match of 1996 Cricket World Cup against England in Pakistani city of Faisalabad on March 9, 1996. The Sri Lankan team won that match in Faisalabad and went on to lift the 1996 Cricket World Cup under wise leadership of Ranatunga


Senior Purser Sarshar Ahmad

Senior Purser Sarshar Ahmad  (Copyright © Sarshar Ahmad)

Photo taken aboard PIA flight PK-777 from Colombo to Karachi via Malé on March 6, 1996. Seen in this photo from left to right are Senior Purser Sarshar Ahmad, Capt. Zia-ul-Islam and Sri Lankan cricket team's star all-rounder Sanath Jayasuriya. The Sri Lankan team was going to Pakistan to play their quarter final match of 1996 Cricket World Cup against England in Pakistani city of Faisalabad on March 9, 1996. That match in Faisalabad was won by Sri Lanka with Jayasuriya getting declared man-of-the-match. The Sri Lankan team went on to lift the 1996 Cricket World Cup and Sanath Jayasuriya was declared man of the series for the major role he played in Sri Lanka's successful 1996 Cricket World Cup campaign




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