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MD82

737-300, 700, 800

757-200

747-400

777-200

A319, A320

Concorde (on ground)

EC135

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BAC-111

BAe 146

747- somethingorother

737- somethingorother

757-somethingorother

Q400

A3littlun

BAe Jetstream

Cessna 172


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3 Delta MD-88s (number unknown), 1 American Super 80 (number unknown), 2000, LGA-DFW-SAT

 

Continental 757-300 (number unknown), Continental 737-900 N37409, 2008, EWR-MCO

 

jetBlue A320s "Sacre Bleu", "A Friend Like Blue", 2009, EWR-MCO

 

Continental 737-800s N16234, N76517, 2010, EWR-MCO

 

Continental 737-700 N14731, ExpressJet ERJ-145XR N21130, 2011, EWR-CLT

 

Mesa CRJ-900 N926LR, US Airways 737-400 N441US, 2011, EWR-CLT

 

jetBlue A320s "Real Blue" (Real Salt Lake special), "It Had to Be Blue", 2011, EWR-MCO

 

American Flyers Cessna Cutlass, N9851B, 2011, MMU

 

Delta A319 N343NB, MD-88 N915DE, 757-200 N634DL, DC-9-50 N787NC, 2012, EWR-ATL-DAB

 

United 737-800 N12216, 737-500 N19623, 2012, EWR-CLE

 

Southwest 737-700 N556WN, 737-800 N8315C, 737-700 N786SW, 737-700 N402WN, 2013, EWR-MDW-LAS-HOU-EWR

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Lockheed Super Connie

Lockheed Electra

DC-9

DC-10

MD-80

B-707

B-727-200

B-737's many models

B-757-200

Dash-8

F-27

F-28

HS-748

Metroliner 2,3

B-1900

B-99

BAC111 100, 200

BAe 14 super 14

BAe-146

Short 360

EMB-120

ERJ-145

CRJ-705

A-320

A-321

Cessna 182

 I think that is all, these are acrft flown on, the list of been on would fill pages and pages lol :blink:

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My flown aircrafts:

 

A320 Air france

A320 Aircalin

A330 Aircalin

Twin Otter DHC 6 Aircalin

A330 Air Caraibes

B777-300 Air France

C172

Robin 2160

DC10 AOM

A340 Air France

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737-800, 900, 300, 400 (KLM, Ryanair, Alaskan Airlines, BMI Baby, Air Malta) 

 

727-200 (Istanbul Airlines)

 

De Havilland Dash 8 Q400 (FlyBe)

 

Embraer 195 (Azul Brasil) 

 

767-400 (United Airlines)

 

757-200 (United Airlines & Continental Airlines) 

 

777-200ER (American Airlines, KLM, Malaysia Airlines) 

 

A330-300 (Malaysia Airlines) 

 

BAe ATP (British Airways) 

 

A320 (Aeroflot, Aer Lingus) 

 

A321 (Onur Air) 

 

A380 (Air France)

 

747-400 (KLM, Virgin Atlantic) 

 

ATR 72-600 (Aer Lingus) 


 

 

                                                                                                                                                        

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Well, this was mostly before flight simming, so just basic info: Very first flight was on a 727 - sat in back and it sounded like a leaf blower in my ear the whole trip to Florida, the week of "Houston, the Eagle has landed".  Same week, a trip to Nassau in a 30-passenger prop plane.

 

Then, several years later in the 70's, a few trips to LA and San Fran in 747's.  On a red-eye back to JFK, I could count the number of passengers on one hand in coach.  Also a few trips to Barbados in 747's in the 80's, the last one on my honeymoon (Really, really bad turbulence on the return - not an omen though) ...

A few years ago, my last ride was in a JetBlue Embraer 190, I believe. 

 

Ah, this 9-year old post still abides... 

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DC-6, DC-7, Lockheed Electra, 707, 727, BAC-111, DC9-30, MD-82, 737-200/300/400/800, Dash8-100/200, Dornier-328, Saab 340, 747-200,DC-10, Fokker F28, Fokker F-100, EMB170, EMB 145, CRJ-200/700/900. I'm sure there's something I missed. Yep, 757-200, 767-300.


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My dad's Cessna 172 Skyhawk, DC-3 Quebecair, F27 Quebecair (actually the FFH? 27 - the one's made in the USA), Bac 1-11 Quebecair (not sure of model number as I was around 9yo when it flew), B737-100 Eastern Provincal Airlines (Canada), B767-200 Air Canada (my biggest thrill even though it was a short flight from CYUL-CYYZ), B737-200 Air Transat, B757-200 Air Transat, B737-700 Westjet.

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Smallest plane ever flown with: C-185 in Papua Newguinea

Biggest plane ever flown with: B 744 Singapore Airlines

Oldest plane ever flown with: DC-3 in Kenia

First flight ever: DC-10 in 1982 from Frankfurt/Germany  to Colombo/Sri Lanka

Last flight: B 777 Cathay Pacific in Feb. 2016 from Hong Kong to Frankfurt

Plane in which I have covered the most mileage: B 744 Lufthansa and Singapore Airlines

Most dangerous flight ever: Goroka to Madang/PNG with a C-206

Most enjoyable flight ever: Sydney to Singapore with an SQ B 744. The flight across the Australian continent was just breathtaking. Sipping champagne, while watching this beautiful continent pass by underneath I will never forget. A close second is the DC-3 flight in Kenia

Best airline in the world (for me!): Singapore Airlines


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I was lucky enough to be sent to Sydney on a work trip recently.  I flew in one of Emirate's new Airbus A380s and it was absolutely fantastic.  Even though it was a business trip - there was no business class for me!  The economy setup in Emirates is brilliant.  The aircraft is so spacious, even for a tall guy like me, and extremely quiet.

 

Jennifer Aniston was not on board  :wink:


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Jennifer Aniston was not on board

 

Bummer!  :smile:


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Piper J-3 (soloed in one)

Piper Super Cub

Piper Cruiser

Piper Tri-Pacer (half owner)

Piper 140

Piper 180

Piper Apache

Piper Comanche

Cessna 140

Cessna 150 Commuter (owner)

Cessna 170

Cessna 182

Cessna Cardinal

Aeronca L-16

Aeronca Champ (owner)

Mooney Mk 20

Mooney Mk 21

Beech T-34

Douglas C-47

Douglas C-54

Consolidated PBY (guest of RCAF, Vancouver, BC) ***

Fairchild C-119 ( RCAF)

Twin Beech C-45 (RCAF)

Convair T-29

Boeing B-17 (converted for a General/I hitched a ride on it)

Boeing KC-97

Boeing B-47

Lot of Airliners including Constellation, DC-6, ERJs, Airbus, etc.

 

*** Shortest flight time for this list. Only 1 hr. 40 min


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Cessna 182 (self flown)

Piper Arrow (self flown)

Fokker 50

Fokker 70

DC10 (bad seats, very noisy)

DC9 (claustofobic)

A330 (very quiete and comfortable)

B737-700 (average)

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