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I was discussing this with a friend earlier today - my list ended up being pretty huge after I wrote it all out:

BAe:Jetstream 31Boeing:727-100727-200/200ADV737-200737-300737-500737-700747-200747-400757-200757-300767-200767-300767-300ER777-200Airbus:A319-100A320-200Bombardier:CRJ-100CRJ-200CRJ-700CRJ-900Fokker:F28McDonnel Douglas:DC-10-10DC-10-30GA airplanes:Piper CherokeeCessna 172Beechcraft Bonanza G36Helicopters:Bell 47Aerospatiale AS350Hughes 500
What have you all been on?
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Ryan Maziarz
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BAe:Jetstream 41 (perhaps flown by Robert? I don't know - it was ACA EWR-IAD back in 2002)Beech:B1900DBoeing:727-200737-200737-300737-500737-600737-700737-800737-900747-200747-400757-200767-200767-300777-200Airbus:A319A320A330-200Bombardier:CRJ-100CRJ-200Dash 8-Q400Embraer:ERJ-145Fokker:F100Lockheed:L1011McDonnel Douglas:DC-10-30MD87MD88GA airplanes:Piper ArcherPiper CherokeePiper MalibuCessna 152Cessna 172Cessna 182Cessna 207Helicopters:Dauphin (not sure what it was...whatever PHX PD uses now, Ryan, if you know it)I feel like I'm missing some, but if I think of it, I'll add them.(Adjusted some - checked it against my list I keep any time I fly)

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Kyle Rodgers

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Nice lists. I've flown 152s and Diamond DA-20-C1s. I've only flown on 727s, 737s, MD-80s, and I think a DC-10 or L1011 (I was a kid and I remember being excited about going on my first "big plane" but I don't remember the type).


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CRJ 100CRJ 200Airbus A320Boeing 737Boeing 767MD 80C 130Mi-17 HipUH-60CH-146 GriffonCessna 172Cessna 152


 

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I have to look back at my records to compile a list. Will do when I can. But first, I have a very pressing question:Ryan, YOU MEAN TO TELL ME YOU'VE NEVER BEEN ON A DC-9 OR MD80!!?? If this is true it is eternally surprising. Very nice topic btw.


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Ryan, YOU MEAN TO TELL ME YOU'VE NEVER BEEN ON A DC-9 OR MD80!!??
Correct. Any time I've flown on an airline that has them I've always gotten A320s or 757s instead.

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Aww. You've missed out my friend. The view of the flaps and the engine sounds is unparalleled. I love the flaps. They are so unique.


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Nice thread Ryan, this should be fun!!Lets make it more interesting, Identify which aircraft you have some time of stick time is as well! (*** for me)Airbus:A319***A320***A330***BAE:Jestream J32BAE-146Boeing:707717727-251***737-300737-400737-600737-700737-800***747-251***747-200F***747-400***757-200***757-300***767-200ER767-300ER767-400777-200LR777-200ER***Bombardier:CRJ-100CRJ-200CRJ-700CRJ-900De Havilland:Dash 8 Embraer:ERJ-75ERJ-85Fairchild:MetrolinerFokker:F27Lockheed:L-1011-1***L-1011-100L-1011-200Mcdonnel Douglas:DC8-50***DC8-60DC9-10DC9-30DC9-40DC9-50DC10-30***DC10-40***MD87MD88***MD90MD95General Aviation:C152***C172***C172XP***C172XP on Floats***C210***C310***Piper Tomahawk***Piper Cherokee***Piper Arrow ***North American SNJ***Lear 35Cessna CitationHelicopter:Bell 407


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My list is small. But I only flew for the first time in 2004.737-700737-800A320A321Cessna 172Cessna 152 *Skyfox Gazelle *(* = stick time)

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This is the list as far as I can remember. I did most of my air traveling back when I thought all airliners were the same. "Been On" means I've been in the cockpit, not just strolled through the cabin. Flown:Cessna 152Cessna 172Flight Design CT Mooney M20A Homebuilt Experimental STOL aircraft (No idea on the official type designation)Flown On:A320A340-300737-300737-700757-200CRJ-200CRJ-900DC-9DH8CSaab 340Been on:Hawker 800XPGulfstream IV SPFalcon 2000


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Piloted some of these, was a passenger on most though, might have forgot the odd one, but this is about it...Gliders:K-8K-21SZD 51-1SZD 50-3Twin AcroSingles:T-61C-152C-172BonanzaCubBulldogChipmunkEuropaKatanaTiger MothTwin props:Twin StarDC-3Dragon RapideJetstreamHelicopters:PumaWessexGazelleJetRangerBigger stuff:DH CometB720B727TridentDC-10L-1011Tupolev 154B737 (various versions)A-320C-130ATR-72 and 42Odd stuff:A captive balloon, which I made a parachute jump from.Al


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For you enjoyment Ryan. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-0OJgzYc9iAhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PyFzeJ56iyYThe first one shows the fabulous flaps and the second one shows some beautiful scenery+fabulous flaps. :Big Grin:Watch them! Thats an order! No backtalk! Come on, pick up you feet. Let's move!EDIT: I'll add that one thing that always amazes me about the md80 is the wicked flap angles. It is like putting down flaps 50 in the md11. They come down like a wall. You almost always hear a lot of power during the approach with the md80.


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Airliners:Airbus A320British Aerospace BAe146-200/300Boeing 717-200Boeing 737-300/400/700/800Boeing 747-400Boeing 767-200DC-3SAAB 340BGeneral Aviation:8KCAB Super DecathlonCC11-100 Sport CubCessna 172G/M/S/RCessna 402BCessna 404 (my favourite GA machine so far)Cessna 337GCirrus SR22Cirrus SR20DH82A Tiger MothEVSS SportstarGA-8 AirvanPA28 CherokeePA18 SupercubPA31 310/325TurbulentWACOHelicopters:Aerospatiale AS-350BA EcureuilBell 206R44


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Wow Ryan :|I never thought you were a real pilot with that kind of flight experience. I always thought you were a young guy who had a music band or something

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Juan Ramos
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I love the Barn Door Flaps, don't have to worry about slowing down you go to Flaps 40 and you can just feel the nose push over as they come out. Landing on 19L/R I see in SFO.


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