|Operating bases||DuBois Regional Airport|
|Fleet size||12 Nord 262s|
3 de Havilland Canada Dash 7s
|Headquarters||Washington Township, Jefferson County, Pennsylvania, United States|
Crown Airways was a regional airline operating for USAir Express with its headquarters on the grounds of DuBois Regional Airport in Washington Township, Jefferson County, Pennsylvania, near Falls Creek.
A privately owned company, Crown Airways started as Allegheny Commuter in March 1969. By 1981, Allegheny Commuter was operating twelve French Nord 262 turboprops and three de Havilland Canada DHC-7 Dash 7 turboprops. Service was flown from Philadelphia, New York City, Washington, DC and much of the northeast U.S..Crown Airways was taken over in a leveraged buyout in 1990 by two of its executives, Albert Beiga and Philip Burnaman. Crown Airways ceased to exist as an independent entity in 1994 when it was purchased by Mesa Air Group.
Allegheny Commuter feeder airline code share service for Allegheny Airlines followed by USAir Express code share service on behalf of USAir was also operated by several other air carriers primarily in the eastern and northeastern U.S. These airlines included:
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