USAir took over the Trump Shuttle operation in 1992 from Donald Trump, who had purchased the Shuttle operation from Eastern Airlines in 1989, as that once-great airline had begun its spiral into the history books. Initially, the aircraft were painted in a modified version of USAir’s paint scheme of the time, with a white fuselage, and Shuttle titles. When USAir changed its name to US Airways and introduced a new livery, four of the 727-200s in the Shuttle fleet were repainted into one of the most attractive schemes to grace the Tri-Jet. This decal has been updated to include double-struck white ink.