Boeing 767-200 Piedmont Airlines, gift for pilots, aviation prints, pilot wall decor, avia poster, aircraft profile prints

Piedmont Airlines Boeing 767-200 N603P

Boeing 767-200 Piedmont Airlines


Registration: N603P
Named: Pride of Piedmont
Type: 767-201ER
Engines: GE CF6-80C2B2
Serial Number: 23897
First flight: May 3, 1987


Piedmont Airlines was a major airline in the United States which operated from 1948 until it was acquired by and merged into USAir in 1989. Its headquarters were at One Piedmont Plaza in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, a building that is now part of Wake Forest University. New Boeing 767-200ER aircraft, the airline's only wide body jets, were operated nonstop from Charlotte to London Gatwick Airport beginning in 1987. The 767 was also flown nonstop on the Charlotte-Los Angeles route. 

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90 – Panorama – 914x305 mm – 36x12"

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