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Interesting.Aircraft I have flown as Pilot in command;Cessna 172 and 182Cessna 172RGPiper PA28 - 38 - ArcherRockwell Commander 114Aircraft I have flown on as a passenger. Just the older historic ones - too many other Boeings/Airbus to countLockheed Constellation L749 (KLM)Lockheed Constellation 1049G (KLM + Qantas)Lockheed Electra (188)DC - 6B (KLM)DC7Boeing 707-320 (Pan AM/QantasTupolev 154M (Uzbekistan Airways)Gerry

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That I remember:CASA C-212-200 Lockheed ElectraBoeing727737747777767757McDonnell DouglasDC-10DC-9MD-8xCessna340BAe146Dash 8Ken Carlin


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Only 15, so mines limited so far-AIRLINERSB737-200(NZ)B737-300(NZ)B767-300(NZ)B747-400(NZ)A320-200(NZ)ATR-72-500(NZ)BAE-JS4100(Origin Pacific)BAE-146-300(Ansett New Zealand)GAC-172AIRCRAFT PILOTEDPA-28-140/161PA-38-115HELICOPTERSBELL 206 JETRANGERAIRCRAFT I'VE BEEN ON BUT NOT FLOWN INB777-300(NZ)B737-400(QF)C-130H(USAF(NYAG,NSF)737-800(DJ)PIPER J3 CUBDC-3(Southern DC-3)CONSOLIDATED CATALINAF27-500(NAC/NZ POST)Cheers,Joe Mathieson.

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Stuff I've flown myself:Robin HR200Piper CherokeeCessna 152 AerobatStuff I've flown on:A319A320A330Bae146/AvrolinerB727B737B747B757 (+ 2 hours sim time)B767C152 AerobatC172 (which I never landed in, only took off)CherokeeCRJ200DC-10DC-9Focker F-28Jetstream 31Robin HR200Lockheed TristarAnd last but not least, my first ever flight, the Almighty Vickers Viscount:biggrin:Stuff I've visited on the ground:Tupolev Tu-104BAC 1-11Hawker Siddely Trident 1


Bill Casey

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hmmmmBoeing717727737 - 200/300/400/700/800747 - 200/300/400767 - 200/300777 - 300AirbusA300 - 600A310A330 - 300BaeRJ100 or BAE 146McDonnell DouglasDC-10MD-11BombardierDash 8 - 100/200/300Dash 7ATR42Other assortedEMB110 (the bandit)EMB190Twin OtterCessna assortedF27F28 - 1000/2000/3000/4000F100Dornier 228BN Islanderthat's all I can think of for now.


Scott
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Not the widest variety but hopefully there's room to expand my listAirbusA310 (Czech Airlines)A319 (US Airways & Lufthansa)A330 (Air Canada & Lufthansa)Boeing737-300 (Bulgaria Air & Lufthansa)737-500 (Lufthansa)747-400 (Air France)777-300 (Air Canada)BombardierCRJ-700 (Delta Airlines)EmbraerE-175 (US Airways)McDonnell DouglasMD-88 (Delta Airlines)GA aircraft that I've pilotedCessna 150Cessna 152 including A152 (aerobat)Cessna 172


Erik L.

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I've been on: (I don't get out much BTW)737-200737-600737-700CRJ200CRJ705CRJ700767-300757-200I've piloted: (not much, but I've only been flying for about a year)Cessna 152Cessna 172RV4Piper Cherokee 140Piper Navajo Cheers, Aaron Penner

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Hmm lets see,AIRBUS330340319BOEING737-300737-400737-700737-800747-400777-200777-300/ERFokker70/100And GACessna152172182nJoe Barton


Joe Barton

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For me it isn't that much:Boeing 737-800Boeing 757-300Airbus 320Airbus A321Airbus A330-200Cessna 172 (Don't ask me which one exactly)DR400 RobinASK21SF25Antonow AN2


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All I can think of so far.Commercial:B737-700B747-200B767-300ERMD-81MD-83ATR-72ERJ-135ERJ-145Private:Cessna 210 (got to fly it a little too)My favorite ride by far was getting airlifted from the side of a mountain in a US Border Patrol AS350. Wish I could have got to ride with my dad in his AH-64. Cry.gif


Trey Akins

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Since i am an airplane kid and my parents traveld alot in the world i been on many planesATR72Boeing737-200737-300737-400737-500737-700737-800747-200747-400757767-300ER777-200777-300ERDC3DC9MD80MD11 (i was on the Swissair plane which crashed 2weeks before the accident)Fokker70Fokker100BAE146Q400A319A320A321A330A340-300


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Michael K N I T T L

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My list isn't that long (i'm just 16 years old lol)Boeing:737-300737-500737-800767-300747-400I was allowed to join the cockpit crew of the 747 for Takeoff... I love the moment they say "ROTATE" and the PF pulls the choke;) That was the moment i decided that i want to become an airline pilot,too :)Airbus:A319a320A321A330


regards,

Alexander Marx

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Airbus 319-100 (Finnair, Austrian, SAS og Aeroflot)Airbus 320 (Lufthansa, Jetstar & Air France) Airbus 321 (Lufthansa & Austrian) Airbus 330-200 (Premiar, Air Greenland, Jetstar og Aeroflot)Airbus 340-300 (Finnair)Airbus 340-600 (South African Airways) Airbus 380-800 (Qantas)ATR42 (Aerocarribean)ATR72 (DAT & Laos Airlines)Avro RJ 100 (Brussels Airlines)Boeing 737-200 (Olympic Airways)Boeing 737-300 (Norwegian)Boeing 737-500 (Rossiya Airlines)Boeing 737-700 (Malev)Boeing 737-800 (Lauda Air, Qantas & South African Airways) Boeing 747-400 (Thai Airways)Boeing 757-200 (Icelandair)Boeing 757-300 (Icelandair)Boeing 767-300ER (Qantas & Austrian)Boeing 777-200ER (Singapore Airlines & Thai Airways)Boeing 777-300 (Singapore Airlines)Boeing 777-300ER (Air France)Bombardier CRJ 100 (Cimber Sterling) Bombardier CRJ 900 (SAS)Cessna 172Dash 7 (Air Greenland)Embraer 170 (Finnair)MD80'erne (SAS)Tupolev 134 (Malev)Fokker 70 (Austrian Arrows) Fokker 100 (?)SAAB T17 Supporter (Royal Danish Airforce)Bell 222 (Air Alpha)Bell 212 (Combat Tour : Cape Town) Bell Jetranger (Sightseeing over Manhatten, USA) Eurocopter 350 (Sightseeing over Dubai, UAE


Philip D. Schmidt Jensen

 

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Fokker F-28Boeing:737-200737-400737-800747-400757-200Saab 340Airbus:A320A330-200 PWA330-300 RRMD-80Yakovlev Yak-52 flew aerobatics with a guy who did airshows withhis father, who was later killed in a Spirit of Saint Louis-replica crash in England.


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Mattias Nordin

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Types I've flown or flying at the momentPiston:Piper CubPA25 PawneePA28 Archer, Cadet, WarriorPA38 TomahawkPA32RPA34-220T Seneca IIPottier 180SIkarus C42Dynamic WT-9Saab SafirSkyboltCessna 150, 152, 172, 172RG, 182, 206Gliders:Bergfalke 2, 3, 4ASK21ASH25Janus CDG-100Duo DiscusGrob 109BTypes I've been on:Airbus 319, 320, 321, 330-200/300 (Easyjet, Nouvelair, Novair, Thomas Cook)Boeing 737-600/800 (SAS, Ryanair)Lockheed L-1011 Tristar (Air Operations Sweden)MD80 (SAS)ATR72 (Golden Air)Saab 340, 2000 (Golden Air)Best regardsMikael

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