US Airways History

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Donnell K

 

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May 14, 2011

 

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The airline is able to focus on passenger service with the introduction of the DC-3. The airlines’ route system continues to grow, and in 1953 it changes its name again, this time to Allegheny Airlines. In 1965, Allegheny Airlines began purchasing the turbine-powered Convair 580. One year later, the airline decided to purchase a DC9-10, and was replaced in 1967 by a DC9-30, which would eventually go on to form most of Allegheny’s fleet...
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One year later, the airline decided to purchase a DC9-10, and was replaced in 1967 by a DC9-30, which would eventually go on to form most of Allegheny’s fleet. That same year, Allegheny began commuter service Hagerstown, MD and Baltimore/Washington International Airport, which was run by Henson Aviation, forerunner of Piedmont Airlines...
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