Air Pennsylvania

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Air Pennsylvania
Commenced operations 1976
Ceased operations 1982
Destinations See Destinations below
Headquarters Reading, Pennsylvania, United States
Key people Eugene F. Plum II

Air Pennsylvania was a commuter airline active from 1976 to 1982 and based in Reading, Pennsylvania. It was owned by Eugene F. Plum II, whose family also operated a flight school and other airlines - Perkiomen Airways (based in Reading, Pennsylvania and Sun International Airways (based in Puerto Rico).

Fleet[edit]

  • Piper Trainers
  • Piper Arrows
  • Cessna 152s & 172, 182s
  • Piper Apaches
  • Beech BE18s
  • Piper Navajos
  • Britten Norman Islanders
  • DC3 (N2VM)
  • Convair CV-240
  • Fairchild Hiller FH-227

Former Destinations[edit]

Those airports marked with an asterisk (*) are no longer served by commercial air service.\ Greater Pittsburgh International Airport was replaced by Pittsburgh International Airport, which is commercially serviced.

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