Although no unit markings are carried, this old Boeing belongs to 12sq of the Pakistan Air Force. The aircraft remained operational until 2006 after which it was offered for sale. No customers were interested and since September 2006 it is reported stored at Chaklala (Islamabad International Airport). If it is still there when I uploaded this photo on 4 August 2019, is unknown to me.
One of possibly sixteen Mi-171Sh helicopters of the Pakistan Air Force. They were ordered in 2001 and delivered to 84sq at Chaklala-Islamabad. Although the number ordered could be twelve and maybe another squadron is operating these helicopters too. Quite confusing...
Not the very best picture, but a very interesting one. This 1965 F27 first flew in the Pakistani civil register before starting service with the Pakistani Air Force. The aircraft now flies as (FK-)77 within the same air force.
Little is known about this Indonesian built CN235. In June 2001, the Pakistan government ordered four IAe or PT Dirgantara Indonesia CN235s. The first two were seen at the production line in August 2002 of which one was a VIP variant. The first one was handed over in January 2004, the second, third and fourth in September, December 2004 and June 2005. Which unit own the aircraft is unknown so far , but they are often seen at the location where this picture was taken, Chaklala-Islamabad.
This aircraft is developed by Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC) and Chengdu Aircraft Corporation (CAC), reulting in the PAC Joint Fighter-17 Thunder and/or the CAC Fighter China-1 Xiaolong ('Fierce Dragon'). The fighter is a lightweight, single-engine, multi-role combat aircraft. The Pakistan Air Force took delivery of its first JF-17 in 2010, while China never started operating the type.