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Boeing:

747-400

737-300/400/500/600/700/800/900

757-200

767-300

777-200ER/300ER

787-8

Airbus:

A318/a319/a320/a321

A330-300

A340-300

MacDonald Douglas:

MD-82/MD-87

MD-11

Bombardier:

Dash-8 100/200/Q300/Q400

CRJ700/900

Lockheed Martin:

P3C orion (Norwegian Airforce)

C-130J/H Hercules (Norwegian Airforce)

Saab:

Saab Safari MFI-17 (Norwegian Airforce)

Sikorsky:

Seaking SH-3 (Norwegian Airforce)

Bell:

Bell 412 (Norwegian Airforce)

Fokker:

Fokker 50

Fokker 100

I think thats it! I have done alot of flying, its cheap because my dad works in a Airline, so we get cheap tickets with Star Alliance flights!


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Airliners:

 

Airbus

Airbus A319/A320/A321 (US Airways/United/Delta/Northwest/jetBlue/Air France/British Airways/Frontier etc.)

Airbus A380 (Air France)

 

Boeing

Boeing 737-300/400/700/800 (Southwest/KLM/Delta/United/American, etc.)

Boeing 747-400 (British Airways)

Boeing 757-200 (United/US Airways/American/Delta, etc.)

Boeing 767-300 (United)

Boeing 777-300ER  (KLM)

 

Bombardier

CRJ-200/700/900 (US Airways Express/Delta Connection/United Express, etc.)

 

Embraer

ERJ145 (American Eagle)

E-190 (Air Canada)

 

If it says etc. it means I may have flown on other airlines and don't recall that.


Regards, Jeremy Chesney

 

 

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None!

But did build an airfix beaufighter that melted after it was left on top of a living room heater.

Droopy rockets I seem to remember was one outcome.

 

Cheers Flightless

Andy


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Pretty fun week for me, went from Paris - Chicago ; Chicago - Dallas ; Dallas - Atlanta ; Atlanta - Daytona Beach (Embry Riddle Aeronautical University :D ) ; Tampa - Chicago ; Chicago - Paris. The planes were (in order): 777 , A320, 717, MD88, A320, and 777. So glad i got to fly on the 717 and MD88, I was right next to the engines and it sounded amazing!


 

 

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Airbus

 

A318
A319
A320
A321

A300-???
A330-200
A330-300
A340-300
A340-600
A380-800

 

ATR

 

ATR42-300
ATR72-200

 

BAe

 

BAe146-200
Avro RJ 100
Avro RJ 85

 

Boeing

 

B717-200

B737-200
B737-300
B737-400
B737-500
B737-600
B737-700
B737-800
B747-400
B747-400M (Combi)
B757-200
B757-300
B767-300ER

B777-200
B777-200ER
B777-300
B777-300ER

B787-8

 

Bombardier
 

Dash 7
Dash 8 Q400
CRJ200
CRJ900

 

Embraer

 

E145

E170
E190
E195

 

Fokker

 

F50
F70
F100

 

McDonnell Douglas

 

MD80 series
DC10-30

 

SAAB

 

MF17
S340
S2000

 

Tupolev

 

T134

 

 

And some various Cessna's



 


Philip D. Schmidt Jensen

 

- Denmark

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Piloted: Cessna 152, 172 and Piper PA-23 Aztec B 

 

As pax: Airbus A319, A320 & A321, ATR 42-300, Boeing 737-200, 300, 400, 500, 600, 700 & 800, 747-400, 757-200, 767-300, Bombardier Q400, Douglas DC-3 (C-47), DC-9-21, DC-9-41, DC-9-51, DC-10-30, de Havilland Canada DHC-6-300, 7-100 & 8-100, 200 & Q300, Fokker 50, 70 & 100, Lockheed C-130H Hercules, P-3C & N Orion, McDonnell-Douglas MD 81, 82, 83, 87 & 90. 

 

I've still got a long way to go before I'm satisfied. I really want to fly an Airbus A340 and A380, Also really want the Bae 146, CRJ-series, ERJ-series, any Tupolev, Piper Supercub, DHC-2 Beaver, Britten-Norman Islander, and any old propliner still flying, helicopters, and then some...

 

Norway is really boring in terms of flying, since 90% of all flying is done with either a Dash 8 or a Boeing 737. I have to go abroad to add aircraft to my list.


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Wow!  The list most of you guys have is a little intimidating, but I'm still proud of the fact that I realized a childhood dream of learning to fly and have 200+ hours PIC in:

Cessna 152

Cessna 172

Piper Warrior

Piper Arrow

Piper Comanche 250

And as passenger 3x in a North American P51-D Mustang!


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Piloted:  Cessna 150

              Cessna 172

             Cessna 177

             Comanche 180

              Piper Colt

             Piper Tri-Pacer 

             Piper Cherokee 180

 Bill Davis

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I once flew an actual Cessna 152 briefly and not legally. I know, very sad.


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As a pax (commerical airlines):

  • Airbus A300B2 (Hapag Lloyd)
  • Airbus A310-200 or 300 (Hapal Lloyd, Lufthansa-200)
  • Airbus A319/ A320/ A321 (Germanwings/ United Airlines/ US Airways)
  • Airbis A330-200 (Air Berlin, American Airlines, US Airways)
  • Airbus A380-800 (Lufthansa)
  • Boeing 727-200 Adv. (Lufthansa, Iberia)
  • Boeing 737-400 (Air Berlin)
  • Boeing 737-600 (SAS)
  • Boeing 737-800 (American Airlines)
  • Boeing 747-400 (Lufthansa)
  • Boeing 757-200 (US Airways, American Airlines)
  • Boeing 757-300 (Delta Airlines)
  • Boeing 767-300ER (Delta Airlines, Air Canada)
  • Boeing 777-200 (United Airlines)
  • Bombardier CRJ100 (Lufthansa City Line)
  • Bombardier CRJ200 (United Express > Skywest Airlines)
  • Bombardier CRJ900 (SAS)
  • Britten-Norman BN-2 Islander (OLT)
  • DC9-32 (Aviaco, Spantax)

As a pax (privat planes):

  • Beech F33A Bonanza
  • Beech V35B Bonanza
  • Cessna 172SP
  • Piper PA- 18 Super Cub (It was bulit in 1955)
  • Piper PA- 28- 181 Archer II
  • Piper PA- 28- 235 Dakota
  • Piper PA- 32-301T Turbo Saratoga
  • Piper PA- 46 Malibu
  • PZL-104 Wilga
  • Falke SF25C

As a real pilot:

  • Ka6
  • Ka7
  • ASK13
  • ASK21
  • LS1
  • LS4
  • LS6
  • DG
  • Duo Discous (only three times)

 

This is my real plane history...


Greetings,

 

Dennis Gillner

 

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L-1049, Tu-134, DH Comet? There are some exotic aircraft on this thread!

Here's my list. Mainly modern, but a few oldies here and there.
 
PAX:

Airbus - A306, A319, A320, A321, A332, A333, A343, A346, A388
ATR - 72-600
Avro - RJ85, RJ100
Boeing - B732, B733, B734, B735, B73G, B73H, B742, B744, B752, B762, B763, B764, B772, B773, B77W, B789
Bombardier - Dash 8-400
Embraer - ERJ-135, ERJ-145, E170, E190
GippsAero - GA8 Airvan
Lockheed - L-1011 Tristar
MD - MD-82, MD-88
Saab - 2000


Piloted:

Cessna - 152, 172
Piper - PA-28 Cherokee
 

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Have flown dozens of different airliners as a passenger over the years but I think the most exotic type was a Short Sandringham of Antilles Air Boats on which I had a one hour flight during which I got to visit the cockpit. Have many hours in various single-engined aircraft as a pilot and a few hours a Piper Aztec, but the most unusual aircraft I have personally flown was a Wren 460, a Robinson STOL conversion of a Cessna 182 which had the most amazing short field performance thanks to full-span flaps, spoilers and canards on the nose. Was a real delight to fly!

Bill

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As Pax:

  • Airbus A220 
  • Airbus A320
  • Airbus A321
  • An-2
  • ATR-72
  • Boeing 737-300
  • Boeing 737-500
  • Boeing 737-800
  • Boeing 757-200
  • Bombardier CRJ-900
  • Bombardier Dash 8 Q400
  • Cessna 172
  • Embraer ERJ-175
  • Fokker 100
  • McDonnell Douglas DC-9
  • Saab 340
  • Yak-40

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RL, Cessna 152 & 172...

Virtually, too many to count.... 😁


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