Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) may scrap a Boeing 737-300 and an ATR 42-500 which have been damaged in separate incidents.
A spokesman for the carrier says that it is waiting for evaluations from its insurers before it decides on whether to repair or scrap the two aircraft.
The spokesman adds that, contrary to local media reports, the airline has also decided to scrap a second 737 and a Boeing 747-300 that are currently in storage.
The 737-300 likely to be scrapped is registered as AP-BEH, and was damaged in Muscat in February when one of the main landing gear struts collapsed.
Flightglobal's Ascend Online database shows that the airframe was built in 1992 originally for AWAS, but was purchased by PIA soon after delivery.
The spokesman says that because of the aircraft's age and the extent of the damage, it is likely to be "beyond economic repair".
The ATR 42-500, registered as AP-BHJ, suffered damage to its fuselage and landing gear after it skidded off the runway while landing at Lahore on 31 August last year.
The spokesman says that if the aircraft is written off, PIA will look to purchase a newer ATR as a replacement. The operator has six other ATR 42-500s in its fleet.
Flightglobal's Ascend Online database shows that PIA has a total of 13 aircraft in storage, including the two damaged aircraft.