Ex-USAir BAC One-Eleven Jetliner at Orlando

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Ex-USAir BAC One-Eleven Jetliner at Orlando (Birds Eye)
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By LoneStarOne @ 2007-05-13 18:50:38
When USAir was formed out of the rebranding of Allegheny Airlines in October 1979, Allegheny's fleet of BAC One-Elevens were repainted in USAir titles over the basic three red Allegheny livery.

I found this hulk with overpainted titles still in basic early USAir colors from the early 1980s on the SW corner of Orlando International Airport. It appears it's used for fire/rescue training, perhaps, but seems in pretty decent condition all things considered.

Right next to it is a derelict ex-American Airlines 727-200.
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