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More: Piedmont Airlines
More: Boeing 767-201/ER
More: London - Gatwick (LGW / EGKK)
More: UK - England, August 1987
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N603P (cn 23897/173) "Pride of Piedmont". Piedmont 161 is pushing back for departure routing LGW-CLT. First flight was May 3, 1987. Delivery date was May 21, 1987. Other serials - N645US with US Air and US Airways, and also N245AY with US Airways and Aircraft Statutory Trust. 747's are British Caledonian, Sabena Belgian World Airlines, Wardair Canada, and a Continental Airlines top right. Note two Worldways Canada DC-8-63's and a Zimbabwe Airways 707.
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A visitor from United States posted Mon April 29, 2013:
I miss Piedmont.I used to fly on Piedmont back in the days when our local airport (TRI) was a hub for Piedmont.One day Piedmont the next day US Air.

A visitor from - posted Fri August 5, 2011:
Soon Afterwards, there WAS no Piedmont!

A visitor from - posted Fri January 7, 2011:
And the BA just in front of the wardair...

A visitor from - posted Thu September 16, 2010:
Technically, Piedmont does exist, if u count that A319 in their colors. btw, funny registration on that BCal 747, g-huge

A visitor from Hungary posted Sat June 27, 2009:
Note the Comet left to the Wardair 747...!

A visitor from United States posted Sat December 29, 2007:
Nice! And with an old Continental in the background!

A visitor from Netherlands posted Sun December 25, 2005:
Nice detail, all the airlines in the foreground don't exist any more

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