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Alright, here's my list. BAe:Jetstream 31Jetstream 41BAe146ATR:ATR-72Boeing:727-200737-200737-300737-400737-500737-700737-800737-900737-900ER757-200757-300767-200767-300767-400777-200777-200LR777-300Airbus:A319A320A321A300Bombardier:CRJ-100CRJ-200CRJ-700CRJ-900Embraer:ERJ-135ERJ-140ERJ-145Fokker:F100McDonnel Douglas:DC-10-30MD80MD81MD82MD83MD87MD88Douglas Aircraft:DC-9-15DC-9-30DC-9-40DC-9-50Planes I've Piloted:Piper ArcherPiper ArrowPiper Lance/SaratogaJabiru J250 (Not very common in the US, but a beautiful plane! This one has a three axis auto pilot, built in gps, all glass cockpit.)Helicopters:JetrangerBiz Jets:Lear 35 (Fun flight from ADS-DAL)Lear 45GS IVI feel like I'm missing some, but oh well.


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Gues i'll reply to this one as well haha :)Not really a big list thoughBoeing737-400737-700737-800MD-11AirbusA319FokkerF50That's pretty much it


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I really wish I would have kept track of all of the commercial birds I've been on... But as for planes I've logged hours in:7AC (Aeronca Champ)PA28 (Piper Cherokee 140 and 180)BE55 (Baron)BE58P (P Baron)PA42 (Piper Cheyenne I)BE20 (King Air 200)And my favorite.... The North American T-28CI'm hoping to get some time in a Lear 45 this fall Big%20Grin.gifCheers!


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E145 (American Eagle)E140 (American Eagle)C172SP (Flown myself)B737-300 (Southwest)B737-500 (Southwest)B737-700 (Mostly Southwest)B737-800 (Mostly American)B757-200 (American)MD80 (American)MD88 (Delta)Short list :(

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Interesting Subject,Here's my contribution and experience.Bell206BBoeing;B707-200 (RAAF - Ex Qaintarse)B727-200737-200737-400747-200747-300747-400Mcdonnell / Douglas;A4T Skyhawk (****) RANDC3DC6DC9-30Fokker;F28-4000(?) (MMA)F27GrobG103a Twin AstirBlanik:L30 (RAN Gliding Assoc. ****)Sikorsky;S76C (ANARE; Antarctica ****)Aerospatial;AS350B Squirrel (ANARE; Antarctica)A300A320BeechcraftB34 Baron (RFDS)B200 King AirCessna:C150 Aerobat (****)C172 Skyhawk (****)C182PiperSuper Cub (****Lockheed;C130GC130H


David Stewart, Dianella, Western Australia.

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Airbus: A310 Air Transat A319-100 Air Canada A320-200 Air Canada A330 Air TransatBoeing:707-200 CC-137 RCAF727-200 Air Canada, Delta Airlines, Royal Airlines 737-200 Canadian Pacific, Nordair 737-600 WestJet 767-300ER Air CanadaStearman Model 75 BiplaneBombardier: Dash 8 Air CanadaLockheed:L-1011 Tri-Star Delta Airlines, Royal Airlines McDonnel Douglas:DC-8-61 Air CanadaDC-9-32 Air Canada GA airplanes: Piper Cherokee Helicopters:Aerospatiale AS350Great post Ryan, I have included the Airlines because that is what jogged my memory when it came to remembering the types of aircraft. Most memorable flight was in the Boeing Stearman flying above Ottawa and a close second was the flight in the CC-137 (B707) when I got to sit in the jumpseat behind the Captain while flying into Quebec City. Worst flight memory was on a DC-8 flying from Bermuda to Montreal and my 2 year old cousin got sick on takeoff, rivaling that was my first and only flight aboard CP Air when they were being taken over by Air Canada, crew didn't give one hoot about their customers.It is interesting to see the various types of aircraft that people have been on.


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Heres my list.Airbus A300- ?Airbus A300-600RAirbus A330-300Airbus A320-200Airbus A319Airbus A380Boeing 727-200advBoeing 737-400Boeing 737-800Boeing 747-SPBoeing 747-200BBoeing 747-100Boeing 747-300 SUDBoeing 747-400 CombiBoeing 747-400DBoeing 747-400Boeing 767-200ERBoeing 767-300ERBoeing 777-200Boeing 777-300Boeing 777-300LRDouglas DC10-30Douglas MD-11Douglas DC-9 40Douglas DC-9 50Douglas DC-9 30Lockheed TristarFokker F27.GA Cesna 152 Aerobat TrainerKEY* no longer existAirlines: Qantas, *Ansett, Singapore Airlines, British Airways, *Republic Airlines, *Western Airlines, Hawaiian, United, Continental, All Nippon Airways, Asiana, Thai International, Malaysian, *Dan Air London, Silk Air, Air Asia, *East West AirlinesI think that covers it. May have forgotten something. Cool thread.Nicholas Boskovic

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Heres my list.Airbus A300- ?Airbus A300-600RAirbus A330-300Airbus A320-200Airbus A319Airbus A380Boeing 727-200advBoeing 737-400Boeing 737-800Boeing 747-SPBoeing 747-200BBoeing 747-100Boeing 747-300 SUDBoeing 747-400 CombiBoeing 747-400DBoeing 747-400Boeing 767-200ERBoeing 767-300ERBoeing 777-200Boeing 777-300Boeing 777-300LRDouglas DC10-30Douglas MD-11Douglas DC-9 40Douglas DC-9 50Douglas DC-9 30Lockheed TristarFokker F27.GA Cesna 152 Aerobat TrainerKEY* no longer existAirlines: Qantas, *Ansett, Singapore Airlines, British Airways, *Republic Airlines, *Western Airlines, Hawaiian, United, Continental, All Nippon Airways, Asiana, Thai International, Malaysian, *Dan Air London, Silk Air, Air Asia, *East West AirlinesI think that covers it. May have forgotten something. Cool thread.Nicholas Boskovic
Boeing 777-300LR? i'm sure you mean the 200LR ;)

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Hi It was for sure a boeing 777-300 my mistake on the ER or LR designator. But it was the new 777-300 with raked wing tips. The one I went on was operated by Singapore Airlines between Tokyo And Singapore this Janaury. Sorry, hope someone can clear this up for me.Nicholas Boskovic

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Types ive flownSocata TB-9Robin R1160Cessna 172R Cessna 182SZlin 242LTypes ive been onPiper SeminoleBeech C90ATR 42-300ATR 72-500Airbus A319-100Airbus A340-300Airbus A340-300EBoeing 767-200ERIan C


Ian Chenel

 

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My list isn't too long... But I've flown for the first time in 2006Airliners:Airbus A320-200 - (Air Jamaica, United, USA3000)Airbus A321-200 - (Air Jamaica)Boeing B737-800 - (American)Boeing B757-200 - (American, United)Boeing B767-200ER - (LOT)Boeing B767-300ER - (LOT)Embraer 135 - (American Eagle)Embraer 145 - (American Eagle)McDonnell Douglas MD-82 - (American)GA Airplanes:Antonov An-2 (Biplane) Cessna 172PZL-104 WilgaThat's my list :)


Paul Kawalec

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What a nice topic for a change!I fly Cessna 152's and 172's.My mom is a retired flight attendant from United (37 years!) so I traveled a lot as a kid.DC-8/10, 737 guppy, 747/57/67/77, A319/20, CRJ200/7, ERJ145, E-170, J41's before they were retired (the floor of those things buzzed so much your feet were itching), and my ultimate favorite turvoprop, the Embraer 120 which TO THIS DAY hasn't been modeled!At least PMDG did the J41. Nice to fly a simulation of a plane I frequently flew on in so-cal.Oh, new twist to this topic.How many types have you managed to score first class in? I kept getting upgraded for free when I flew as a kid since I was SA all the time before 9/11.747 - it's like a couch you sit in. Your own la-z-boy air recliner777 - I didn't think a 747 first class seat was nicer until I was in this. Wowzers.The rest of first class seats aren't much better then business class. Maybe you get pleather and a hot towel. That's about it.


AJ Pongress

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Piston Aircraft*DC3 Convair 240 DC6B Vickers Vicount Type 800 Fairchild FH-227 Twin Otter 1,2,& 300 series*Lockheed P-3 Orion (Left seat time At Altitude) Lockheed L188 Electra*ATR-42*SAAB 340*Beech 1900D (Right seat time)*Beech 1900C (Right seat time)*Beech 99A*Beech 99C (Right seat time) Beech 18 (Right seat time) Brittan Norman Tri-Islander Brittan Norman Islander Cessna 402A,B & C Piper Aztec (Right seat time)*Piper PA32-300 (Right seat time)*PA-28R-200 Arrow (Left Seat Time)*PA-28-140 (Soloed)*PA-28-180 (Left Seat Time) Cessna 206 (Right Seat Time)*Cessna 210 (Right Seat Time)*Cessna 172 (Left Seat Time)*Cessna 152 (Soloed) Bellanca Viking 300 (Hi Performance Demonstration Ride, New Airplane,Was on Cover Of Flying Magazine) Mooney M20J*Beech V35 Cessna 195 (Right Seat Time)*Cessna 185 (Right Seat Time) Aero Commander 100 (Right Seat Time)*CITABRIA 7ECA (Back Seat Aerobatic Time) Luscombe 8 E (Right Seat Time) Jet Aircraft BAC-111*DC9-32*MD80 (Left Seat Time At Altitude) 717-200*B727-100 & 200 B757-200 B767-300*Douglas DC8-53 & 72 series*Lockheed C-141 Lockheed L-1011 Airbus 319&321* Worked on As A&P MechanicHa! Never flown on a 737,Worked on them tho,PMDG must be ashamed of me.


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I really haven't been on many different planes. I suppose that's what I get for flying mostly Southwest.Here are the ones I'm 100% sure of. I know it's more than just these, but I don't remember all of the planes from when I was younger.ATR 72A320B727B737-300B737-700B747-400B767-300CRJ-900MD-8X variant

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