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737- all variants except -100

MD80 - most variants at one time or another

767-200

747-400ER

757-200, 300

777-200ER

727- too long ago to remember the variant

A320

A319

A330

A340

Piper Saratoga

ATR-72

EMB-190

EMB-145

CRJ-200

 

Now that I'm a pilot, we can add a few more I've flown myself...

 

Piper Cherokee 140

Piper Warrior (161)

Mooney M20J

Socata TB200GT

Cessna 182P, 182Q

Cessna 182RG

Cessna 172N

Piper Cub

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Piper Warrior - self flown

Piper Archer - self flown

Cessna 172N - self flown

Diamond DA20 - self flown

Diamond Twin Star (got to sit in back seat for someone's check out !)

Cessna 152

DC-9's

DC-10 (KMSP - EGKK)

MD-80's

Fokker 100 (American from O'Hare to NJ...crazy they had one)

727's - several

737's - several variants

757's - several

767 UAL (just last year KORD - KEWR)

747-400 (UAL KORD - VHHH)

777-200/300 (UAL to EDDF, ANA Star Wars to RJAA)

DeHavilland Dash 8 (USAIR KPHL - KBWI)

Avroliner RJ (NWA KMSP - KORD

CRJ's

ERJ-145's

EMB-175/195

A320/A321

A330's

A340 (SAS)

 

Holy Smoke i can't believe how many when you actually make a list!

 

Cheers, Pete


Pete Solov - Lake in the Hills 3CK

and Schaumburg Regional 06C
Proud AOPA Member - PPL 2001
Real World Piper Cherokee Pilot

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Been a RW pilot for longer than I'd care to admit, so I'd need to check logbooks for a full list. For sheer OMG cool factor I'd have to say the most memorable for me has been a ride in Charlie Cartledge's Grumman TMB Avenger.

 

Charlie is local, and I happened to be in the right place at the right time. Watching him put the old girl down on a mile of concrete on a CAVU day, I was totally amazed thinking of the the post-teen kids who did it on a carrier in any wx in WWII.

 

Jim

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-United Airlines- DC-8-73, DC-10-10 727-122, 727-222, 737-322 (mainline, and Shuttle, 737-522 (mainline & Shuttle), 747-122, 747-222, 747-222B, 747-422, 757-222, 767-222, 767-322, 777-222, A319-222, A320-222 (Mainline, and Ted). Over 800 + Trips on United alone.

 

-Delta- MD-88, L1011, 757 (Song), 757-200 mainline, 757-300, 767-300, 777-200 (22 Delta Trips)

 

-American- MD-88, DC-10, (4 Trips)

 

-JAL- 747-300 SUD, 747-200 SUD (2 Trips)


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Piper Warrior - self flown

Piper Archer - self flown

Cessna 172N - self flown

Diamond DA20 - self flown

Diamond Twin Star (got to sit in back seat for someone's check out !)

Cessna 152

DC-9's

DC-10 (KMSP - EGKK)

MD-80's

Fokker 100 (American from O'Hare to NJ...crazy they had one)

727's - several

737's - several variants

757's - several

767 UAL (just last year KORD - KEWR)

747-400 (UAL KORD - VHHH)

777-200/300 (UAL to EDDF, ANA Star Wars to RJAA)

DeHavilland Dash 8 (USAIR KPHL - KBWI)

Avroliner RJ (NWA KMSP - KORD

L-1011 (Delta & TWA)

CRJ's

ERJ-145's

EMB-175/195

A320/A321

A330's

A340 (SAS)

 

Holy Smoke i can't believe how many when you actually make a list!

 

Cheers, Pete

Haha Forgot the L-1011 with Delta and TWA


Pete Solov - Lake in the Hills 3CK

and Schaumburg Regional 06C
Proud AOPA Member - PPL 2001
Real World Piper Cherokee Pilot

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I'm going to try to remember all the ones I have been on over my lifetime.

Private:

Cessna 172 Skyhawk

Cessna 177 Cardinal

Piper Saratoga

 

Commercial:

ATR-72 (American Eagle)

Airbus A310 (Lloyd Aero Boliviano)

Airbus A319/A320 (Frontier Airlines)

Boeing 727-100/200 (Lloyd Aero Boliviano, Aerosur, American Airlines)

Boeing 737-700 (Southwest Airlines)

Boeing 737-800 (American Airlines)

Boeing 757-200 (American Airlines)

Boeing 767-200/300 (American Airlines)

Boeing 777-200 (American Airlines)

Bombardier CRJ-700 (American Eagle) 

Embraer 145 (American Eagle)

McDonnell Douglas MD-80 series (American Airlines)

Saab 340 (American Eagle)

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PIC:

Beechcraft Sundowner

Cessna140

Cessna 150

Cessna 152

Cessna 172

Cessna 177

 

Aircraft as a passenger:

Beechcraft Staggerwing

Citabria

Cessna 170

Piper Comanche

Piper J-3

DC-3

DC-8

DC-9

MD-80

DC-10

B-727

B-737

B-747

B-757

B-767

B-777

A-319

A-320

A-340

Convair 580

CRJ 100

CRJ 200

CRJ 700

EMB 170

EMB 145

Shorts 360

Dornier 328

BAe 146

Saab 340

Gulfstream V

 

Rotary Wing:

UH-1

UH-60

CH-47

EC-130

 

And I am sure I have omitted some.

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In the left seat:
Cessna 152
Cessna 182
Cessna 172

As a passenger:
Airbus A319
Airbus A320
Boeing 727-200
Boeing 737-200
Boeing 737-300
Boeing 737-500
Boeing 737-700
Boeing 737-800
Boeing 737-900+ER
Boeing 757-200
Boeing 787-8
Bombardier CRJ-200
Bombardier CRJ-700
Embraer ERJ-145+XR
Embraer ERJ-135
Embraer 170
Embraer 175
MD-80

 

Liveries:

American Airlines

Continental Airlines (SkTeam + Star Alliance stickers)

Continental Airlines Meatball

Continental Blue Sky Way  

Southwest Airlines

United (current)

United Eco-Skies

United Express (All the regionals)

United (Tulip)

United (Battleship)

 

Yes, I've only flown 4 airlines in my life.

Out of all of those my favorite (Not in order): 757, 737-300, Cessna 182. Pretty sure this will change once I fly jump seat in the 77W :P
Least favorite: CRJ-200, Cessna 152.

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B-737-200/300/800

B-747-100/400

B-767-200

B-777-200

Bell UH-1 Huey

Cessna 150/172

C-5 Galaxy

C-130 Hercules

C-141 Starlifter

DC-9

DC-10

F-15B Eagle

F-16B Falcon

GZ-20 (Goodyear Blimp)

L-1011

MD-11

Mooney M-20J

Piper PA-23 Apache/ PA-28-140 Cherokee/160 Warrior - PA-31 Navajo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


David Russell

Commercial Pilot

Airplane Single Engine Land Instrument Airplane

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L1011 Tristar (Delta, Air Atlanta Icelandic)

RJ85/100 (CityJet/AF,Atlantic Airways, Titan Airways)

Emb-120 (United Express)

CRJ-200 (American Eagle)

CRJ-900 (Delta)

ERJ-175 (American)

MD-80 (American)

737-200 (Ryanair)

737-400 (Futura)

737-800 (Ryanair, Delta, American)

757-200 (Titan Airways, Aer Lingus, American)

767-300 (Delta)

777-200 (American)

777-300 (American)

787-8 (American)

A319 (British Airways)

A320( LTE International, Eirjet, Aer Lingus, Delta, British Airways, First Choice)

A321 (First Choice, Lufthansa, American)

A330-200 (Aer Lingus)

A380 (British Airways)

 

Actually, this has been a good exercise in helping me realize how fortunate I am for a 20 year old. Especially since many of these flights were in First and Business class. Never take it for granted what we have at our fingertips in the first world!


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Piper Cherokee 140

 

ERJ-135

Avro RJ/BAe 146-200

737-200

737-400

737-800

MD80

DASH 8 Q400

J41

 

A330-300

A319/20

 

787-800

777-300ER

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Cessna 172

Piper Navajo Chieftain

Britten Norman Islander

Dehavilland Twin Otter

Dehavilland Dash 8 Q100, Q300

ATR42-500

ATR72-500

Saab 340

Airbus A300

Boeing 757-200

Boeing 767-300

Boeing777-200ER

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United Airlines: B727-200, B737-700/800/900, B747-400, B757-200, B767-300ER, B777-300ER, B777-200ER, A320, A319 (KORD, KDCA, KIAH, KMCO, KCLE, KEWR, KBWI, KIAD, KMSP, EDDF, RKSI, KSFO)

 

Norwegian Air Intl.: B787-8 (KJFK, EKCH)

 

Lufthansa: A321, A320 (EKCH, EDDF)

 

AirTran: 717-200, DC-9, 737-200/700 (KFNT, KBMI, KMKE, KATL, KMCO)

 

Midwest Express: MD-82, 717-200 (KMKE, KMCO)

 

Southwest: 737-700, 737-300 (KIAD, KATL, KMCO)

 

Delta: MD-88, B737-800, 767-300(Not ER model), 757-200, A320 (KMKE, KORD, KATL, KMCO, KMSP, KBWI, KFAR, KDTW)

 

American: B767-300ER, MD-82 (KORD, KMIA, KMCO)

 

Frontier: A319 (KORD, KIAD)

 

Mesa: CRJ-700, EMB-175 (KMSP, KIAH, KIAD, KCLE)

 

GoJet: CRJ-700 (KIAD, KDTW)

 

Commutair: DHC-300 (KIAD, KEWR)

 

Skywest: EMB-175, CRJ-200/700 (KORD, KATW, KDCA, KFAR, KMSP)

 

Shuttle America: EMB-170 (KMKE, KATL)

 

Expressjet: E145 (KCWA, KORD)

 

Endeavour: CRJ-900 (KBWI, KMSP, KDFW)

 

Allegiant: MD-81/82 (KGFK, KLAS)

 

GA Aircraft: C172, BE23, BE36, PA20, PA44, Stearman, SR20, Bell 47, King Air C90

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Aserca Airlines: MD-80

Santa Barbara Airlines: Boeing 757

American Airlines: Boeing 737

Aeropostal: MD-80

Avianca: A320 

Conviasa: A340

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