PSA Heritage Plane


#1

I finally got to see it up close when it flew just near the Lincoln Memorial flying into DCA. It looked beautiful. It really made a gloomy sky look bright! I’m glad US Airways did that.


#2

What… ya mean this one here…?
http://www.airliners.net/search/photo.search?regsearch=N742PS&distinct_entry=true

She sure is purdy bird! But not nearly as nice as the Allegheny one:
http://www.airliners.net/search/photo.search?regsearch=N745VJ&distinct_entry=true

Well, ok - yes it is. Still I’m partial to Allegheny as we had an neighbor who flew for Allegheny when I was growing up who’s probably the one responsible for making me “plane crazy”!

…And then there’s the Piedmont plane:
http://www.airliners.net/search/photo.search?regsearch=N744P&distinct_entry=true

My grandmother was the first person I ever knew who flew on an airplane, and it was a Piedmont jobbie (although I don’t think it was a jet). I love the retro livery too!


#3

I don’t know, I think I like the plane that smiles as me the best (PSA) :wink:


#4

I have seen the Allegheny,Piedmont,and PSA here at FLL. I personally like the Piedmont and PSA


#5

Remember guys, there’s also an America West heritage plane flying around, the first one to be unveiled. You can differentiate it because it looks like a regular HP plane with US Airways titles.


#6

I didn`t forget about the America West heritage plane, I just never seen it.


#7

I wasn’t really directing that solely at you, it just seems that people forget that one since there are still planes flying around in that livery.


#8

I went to the Piedmont ceremony in CLT and it looked great up close along with the DC3!!!