"If true that's good news for the world's leading aircraft manufacturer Airbus Industries once again!"
This will be true only when Airbus has delivered more aircraft in a single year than Boeing and that hasn't happened yet. Airbus's order book was larger this year than Boeing but they haven't yet delivered more aircraft in an annum, though they undoubtedly soon will.
"As to PIA, Well Pakistan has to do something to make good their image in Washington....After all Pakistan is not a democracy, US flags are burned every day in the Streets of Islamabad and other cities in huge anti-American demonstrations, they supported the Taliban till the very end, etc. etc."
How would YOU know what PIA's motivations for selecting Boeing were? You're making an assertion based on nothing but your own gut feeling, a pretty flimsy basis for an argument.
"In this context PIA buying inferior Boeing planes iso Airbus is questionable but understandable. It isn't the first time something like this happened. (remember EL AL and the A330?)"
On what grounds do you consider Boeing's planes to be inferior? And again, how would you know? And quite frankly, if the U.S. pours billions into foreign aid for Israel, it's only right that we expect them to buy U.S. made products.
"Who said Airbus is built on government support?
If it wasn't for Washington's international domination, Boeing would hardly sell a single plane abroad.... "
Everyone KNOWS Airbus was built on government support, they'd be nowhere without it. Remember, they don't have to pay back their loans for the A380 project if it isn't profitable. If that isn't a sweetheart deal, I don't know what is. And Boeing was doing fine in international sales until recent years, when Airbus subsidized fire-sale prices were offered in competitions to grap market share. And it's also getting harder for Boeing to sell in Europe because of E.U. strongarm tactics, according to a U.S. congressional subcommittee investigating the decline of the U.S. aerospace industry. These tactics include noise regulations that unfairly target U.S. made aircraft, preferred landing rights for operators of Airbus aircraft, and creative financing for Airbus so that they can consistently undercut Boeing in price wars.