Piedmont Airlines Boeing 737-200 N814N
Civil aircraft profile prints
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Boeing 737-200 Piedmont Airlines
Named: Hoosier Pacemaker
Type: 737-201 A
Engines: 2 × PW JT8D-15
Serial Number: 22962
First flight: Sep 8, 1983
Piedmont Airlines was a United States airline from 1948 to 1989, when it was acquired by and merged into USAir. Its headquarters were at One Piedmont Plaza in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, a building that is now part of Wake Forest University. The company was founded by Thomas Henry Davis in Winston-Salem, North Carolina in 1940, when Davis purchased Camel City Flying Service and changed the name to Piedmont Aviation. In 1944, Davis filed an application to run a passenger flight service in the southeast. After several years of lobbying government agencies and fighting legal challenges from other airlines, Piedmont received authorization on January 1, 1948. On August 5, 1989, Piedmont Airlines was absorbed by USAir.