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US Airways Shuttle 727-200s
1:200 US Airways Shuttle 727-200s
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USAir took over the Trump Shuttle operation in 1992 from Donald Trump, who had purchased the Shuttle operation from Eastern Airlines in 1989, as that once-great airline had begun its spiral into the history books.  Initially, the aircraft were painted in a modified version of USAir's paint scheme of the time, with a white fuselage, and Shuttle titles.  When USAir changed its name to US Airways and introduced a new livery, four of the 727-200s in the Shuttle fleet were repainted into one of the most attractive schemes to grace the Tri-Jet.
USAir '89 Scheme 727-200s
1:200 USAir '89 Scheme 727-200s
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USAir introduced a new corporate color scheme in August 1989, at the time of the final integration of Piedmont Airlines.  The aircraft were overall bare metal, with light gray wings, wing-body fairing, horizontal stabilizers, #2 inlet section, gear doors, and radome.
usairways.com 737-300s
1:200 usairways.com 737-300s
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To promote the corporate website, US Airways painted two Boeing 737-300s in a special usairways.com scheme.  The aircraft maintained the tail markings and thin fuselage stripes of the standard US Airways scheme, but featured a bare metal fuselage with new titles.  The bare metal fuselage finish was a by-product of FAA-mandated lap joint inspections that required stripping of all paint.   Rumor has it that the two aircraft (350 and 573) that eventually received this .com scheme did so because a maintenance contractor damaged the fuselages when it used an unapproved stripping method to remove the aircraft’s previous paint scheme.
1:200 US Airways Shuttle 737-300's
1:200 US Airways Shuttle 737-300's
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As US Airways began to transition the East Coast Shuttle operation from the Boeing 727's that had served for years, other mainline aircraft were employed to fill the gap before new Airbus A319 and A320 aircraft were delivered in sufficient numbers.  Several Boeing 737-300's formed the backbone of this fill-in contingent.  The aircraft had Shuttle titles added to the standard US Airways paint scheme.
1:200 US Airways "Arizona" A319
1:200 US Airways "Arizona" A319
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US Airways has a sizeable collection of logo jets painted for different subjects including states, sports teams and heritage airlines.  This A319, N826AW is operated by the west side of US Airways and honors the state of Arizona where US Airways has their corporate headquarters.Use this set with the RetroWings A319 conversion.
1:200 US Airways "Star Alliance" A319's
1:200 US Airways "Star Alliance" A319's
Our Price: $8.00

Part of membership in the global Star Alliance is the requirement that member airlines paint at least one of their aircraft in special Star Alliance colors.  This decal will allow you to model one of the three US Airways A319's painted in the Star Alliance scheme.

Use this set with theRetroWings A319 conversion.
US Airways America West Retro A319
1:200 US Airways America West Retro A319
Our Price: $8.00

In 2006, US Airways painted four Airbus A319 aircraft in “Retro” paint schemes of some of the airlines that were merged into the airline through the years.  One of these aircraft, N828AW, proudly wears the colors of America West Airlines.

Use this set with the RetroWings A319 conversion.
1:200 US Airways Piedmont Retro A319, Early Version
1:200 US Airways Piedmont Retro A319, Early Version
Our Price: $8.00

In 2006, US Airways painted four Airbus A319 aircraft in  "Retro " paint schemes of some of the airlines that were merged into the airline through the years.  This decal provides the original markings for N744P, which proudly wears the colors of Piedmont Airlines.  The aircraft was initially painted with a shade of blue that was too light.  Many former Piedmont employees at the airline complained about this color, and a couple other details, which prompted the airline to repaint the aircraft.  This decal provides the markings for the original version of this livery.  Use this set with the RetroWings A319 conversion.  For the later and current version, see set 20s-A3N-38L
Piedmont Retro A319, Late Version
1:200 Piedmont Retro A319, Late Version
Our Price: $8.00

In 2006, US Airways painted four Airbus A319 aircraft in  "Retro " paint schemes of some of the airlines that were merged into the airline through the years.  One of these aircraft, N744P, proudly wears the colors of Piedmont Airlines.  The aircraft was initially painted with a shade of blue that was too light, which many former Piedmont employees complained about. The aircraft was repainted with the proper shade of blue.  Several other tweaks were made at that time, including red titles and the addition of the tail A319 title band.    Use this set with the RetroWings A319 conversion.  For the earlier version, see set 20s-A3N-38E.  This aircraft now flies with American titles which have been added to our decal.
US Air Shuttle DC-9-30
1:200 US Air Shuttle DC-9-30
Our Price: $8.00

As US Airways began to transition the East Coast Shuttle operation from the Boeing 727s that had served for years, other mainline aircraft were employed before the delivery of new Airbus A319 and A320 aircraft.  The most unique of these was a single Douglas DC-9 that wore a hybrid paint scheme featuring the basic colors of the late 80's USAir livery, and the tail markings of the then new color scheme.Use this set with the RetroWings DC-9-30 kit.
   
 
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