Category:Allegheny Airlines

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Allegheny Airlines was a U.S. airline that operated out of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States, from 1952 to 1979. It was a forerunner of US Airways, now merged into American Airlines. Its headquarters were at Washington National Airport in Arlington County, Virginia. Allegheny Airlines began as All American Aviation Company, providing mail delivery and passenger operations starting on 7 March 1939. It was founded by du Pont family brothers Richard C. du Pont and Alexis Felix du Pont, Jr.. In 1949 the company was renamed All American Airways as it switched from airmail to passenger service. On 1 January 1953 it was again renamed, to Allegheny Airlines. Over the next two decades the airline expanded to include more destinations. In the 1970s, as deregulation dawned, Allegheny, looking to shed its regional image, changed its name to USAir on October 28, 1979.


This page contains all films, TV series, and video games that feature aircraft of Allegheny Airlines.

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