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My list is a bit short, unfortunately. I love aviation, but I haven't done a huge amount of flying ):Airbus:A330Boeing:737Cessna:172Embraer:ERJ-145Piper:PA-32R

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I've flown the B737 800 and A320 only, unfortunately not that much. Next airplane will be the NGX.


Steven Albi

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This thread was a great idea; I hadn't thought much about the distant past & aircraft I've experienced in a long time. For me, the old iron I see in some lists prompted some surprising memories:L188 ElectraDC-8-70707Tu134Tu154L1011 200 & 500D10 10 & 30747SP747 1,2,3,4, & CombiBoeing & Airbus, every model save 764, 772LR, a342 & 332.


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Flew for the first time in 1968 and did a fair bit on business between 1978 and 1995. My list came out longer than I thought it would:-Vickers Viscount 800 seriesHandley-Page Dart HeraldBoeing 727-200Boeing 737-200Boeing 737-300Boeing 737-5

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A330-300A340-313XA310-300A320-200737-800747-400CRJ-200That's about all..


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Planes I've flown:PA28-140 150 conversionC172-140/150/160Passenger:Q400727-200737-200/300/500/700/800757-200767-200/300/400A300A320A340-600Md82/83/87DC-10-30CRJEMB


Steven Penninck

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First flew, on honeymoon, in 1968. Then between 1971 and 1995 did quite a bit on business - all paid for by my employer! My list ended up longer than I thought:-Vickers Viscount 800 seriesHandley Page Dart HeraldDouglas DC9Hawker Siddeley Trident 2Hawker Siddeley Trident 3Boeing 727-200Boeing 737-200Boeing 737-300Boeing 737-500Boeing 737-700NGFokker F27Fokker F50Fokker 70Lockheed L1011 Tri-StarShort 360Boeing 747-200Boeing 747-400Douglas DC10-30Airbus A310Westland Sikorsky S61 heliCessna C150 (1Hr 20 mins stick time!)As I live in the UK and started flying when we still had some aircraft manufacturing left, some of the types may be unknown to those from other countries.Iain Smith

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Wooow only one person has had the privalidge of flying Concorde, how very lucky!!
Two actually! Myself and fencer. ;)

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I will only include PIC. FAA doesn't count passenger time...Airplane:Cessna 152Diamond DA-20HelicopterRobinson r-22


 

 

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Well, I started flying (as a passenger) when I was 2 and I turn 40 this year so I'm certain I've forgot some things but here it goesB707B727-100/200/200ADVB737-200/300/400/500/700/800/900B747-100/200/SP/300/400B757-200B767-200/300ERB777-200A300A310A318A319A320A321A340DC-8DC-9DC-10MD-80/81/82/83/87/88MD-11L1011BAC-1-11BAe-146JS41EMB120CRJ200/700Fokker 100Now for entertainment value here are the airlines (at least the ones I can remember):US/North American: Pan American, Brannif, Piedmont, Presidential, Trans World Airways(TWA), Eastern, Northworst... oops Northwest, Trump Shuttle, American, Delta, Southwest, USAir, United, Alaska, Aloha, Hawaiian.Asian: Cathay Pacific, Signapore Airline, Thai, Philipine AirlinesEuropean: Dan Air, British Airways, Britannia, Air France, SAS, Alitalia, Swissair, Austrian, TAPAfrican: Kenyan AirwaysThe one regret: never getting on the ConcordeCry.gifGreat Topic Ryan!!Michael


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Let's see what we can remember here...Been on (e. g. airshows etc):Cirrus SR20 (yet needs to be flown...)Citation CJ1C-5 GalaxyConcordeDC-3, actually C-47Global 5000Falcon 2000EX simProbably many more...Just seen from outside:Countless... :(Flown on (pax or jump):some old PA-28, coulda been Warrior or Cheerokee, don't knowMaule M-somethingA300-600A320-200A321-200A330-200B737-300B737-500B737-800B747-400B757-200B777-200CRJ700EMB175MD80/82 seriesDC-9-XX seriesBAE 146/Avro RJ85Duh, some gliders, coulda been ASK-21 or similar. That a two-seater at all?Stick time:C152C172 SkyhawkDV-20 KatanaPA-28 Archer IIIPA-28R Arrow IIPA-34 Seneca VFTD/FNPT time:PA-28R Arrow IIPA-34 Seneca IIIA320-200B737-300B737-500Falcon 50Falcon 50EXFalcon 900EXMore to come...Still not a single t-prop, no militaries, floats, helos, trikes, chutes or rockets so far, but I feel I got a good selection covered. Big%20Grin.gif Out of those I will most certainly never have a chance to get a ride on, I guess I'd miss the good ole twenty-seven and the ten-eleven the most, plus the DC-10/MD-11.sig.gif

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AirbusA319A320A340-300A340-600Boeing737-700737-800747-400757-200EmbraerE-195Saab340BGeneral AviationCessna 152Piper PA28Airlines Flown With (x # of takeoff's/landings)Air2000 (now Thomsonfly) x 2Air Berlin x 2Britannia (also now Thomsonfly) x 2China Eastern x 4Easyjet x 2Flybe x 2Iberia x 2Monarch x 2MyTravel x 4Qantas x 6Regional Express x 2Virgin Atlantic x 2Virgin Blue x 5Surprised I can recall all that, I have been flying since I can remember!


James Crowther

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Indeed very nice topic!My list: (thankgod i had a log book when i was a kid!)A300B4A300B6A319A320A321A330-200A330-300A340A310737-300737-400737-700737-800737-900747-100 (NWA N601US now in museum :()747-200747-300 (qantas Nalanji Dreaming)747-300SUD747-400747-400COMBI747SP (AIR CHINA)757-200767-200767-300777-200777-200ER777-200LR777-300777-300ERDC-10MD11DC-9L-1011 (cathay pacific (kaitak))DHC-7Donier-228Piloted my self:C-172Piper ArrowPiper ArcherBE-58Simulator73NG744cheers!Nick

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Hi,I have flown on all of these:Jets:Fokker 70Fokker 100A320A319BAe 146-200B737-200MD-11MD-88Turboprop:F27 Mk. 500F27 Mk. 200F50King Air B200Shorts 360Helicopters:Sikorsky S-76GA:C150C172C180C210C310Piper ArrowPiper SenecaAuster J3Antonov 2Gliders:K-13Scheibe SF25 Faulk C Motor GliderAirshows:C130 E/H/JC17 GlobeMaster IIIBrittan Norman Defender (turboprop - was even allowed to power up the avionics! Great crew)DC3B707 AWACSB707 JSTARSP-3 OrionGot up close to a B707 Phalcon (yes, it really is called that) - not many in existence.Poked my head in an F-16 "family model" :( (D Blk 52) - I wanted to fly it so badly! :wub:

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As a pilot:Cessna 152Cessna 172As a passenger:B707B737-200/300/400/800B747-200/300/400/SPB757B767-200/300B777-200/300A300A310A319A320A321A330-200/300A340-300A380DC-9MD80s variousFokker 70Fokker 100BAE146DH Dash8DH OtterPiper NavajoOnly disappointment is no 727 (so far).Favourite as a passenger is the 767.Richard Shumack

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