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I couldn't resist. There are quite a few aircraft still on my wish list but most of those are in museums now...CIVIL AIRCRAFTAIRBUSA300A310A319A320A321A330-3A340-3/6DHCDASH 7DASH 8BOEING717727737-2/3/4/5/7/8747-2/3/4757-2/3767-2/3777-2BOMBARDIERQ400ATRATR42-2/5ATR72-2/5AVRORJ85RJ100BAEJ41ATP146BEECH1900CONCORDECANADAIRCRJ100CRJ200CRJ700CRJ900EMBRAERERJ145170190195FOKKERF27F50F70F100DOUGLASDC9DC10MDMD80MD81MD82SAAB340HISTORIC AIRCRAFTDOUGLASDC3DC4CONSOLIDATEDPBY5A CATALINAJUNKERSJU-52DE HAVILLANDDH89 DRAGON RAPIDEDH104 DOVEANTONOVAN2LIGHTER THAN AIRCAMERONN-90 HOT-AIR BALLOONZEPPELINNTGA (MOST EITHER PIC OR DUAL)SLEICHERASK21 GLIDERROBINDR400-120/135/160SCHEIBESF25B TMGCESSNA152172182CIRRUSSR20DIAMONDDA20DA40PIPERPA28-WARRIOR/ARCHERFOKKERS-11JABIRUJ-450ROBINSONR22 HELICOPTERSKYBOYULVWINDLASS AQUILAULVSOCATARALLYE 150SIM (DUAL)BOEING737-800 KLM FULL MOTION

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Well, I was digging through my dresser, (spring cleaning), and I found a really special picture. I found the picture of the first time I had ever been in the cockpit of an airplane. That is the point at which I decided that I had to become a pilot. I thought I'd share it with you, albeit won't mean nearly as much to you, you might still find it interesting.The picture is in a DC-9-31. It was in service with Northwest Airlines or Northwest Orient or whatever it was called at the time. Pardon the quality, it was taken back a long time ago. ALSO, please pardon the boy in the picture with ridiculous hair and missing teeth. :( I think I was five at the time. Obviously Justin Beiber saw this picture and I influenced his hair style. :(Here is the AC from the outside. (I do not own this photo, but I think it was taken after the one with me in the cockpit.)http://tinyurl.com/3ewc2wbThere you go. Maybe some others can share their special aviation moments as well.
A very valuable photo graph Ethan,Thanks for sharing it with us.Stewart Thompson

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Boeing: Saab 340B (favorite aircraft) E-175E-145737-500737-700737-800757-200757-300777-200L-10-11


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C-130E/H/JA310-300757-200DHC-5A319/320/321A330-200/300777-300707737-600/700/800Dash-8B1900CRJ-200/700/705EMB-140/175 Piper ArrowCessna 172/177

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Not many... Piper Warrior IIPiper ArcherPiper Seminole Cirrus SR22 G1 CRJ2A320/319B752DC10B722DC9 ATCT cool.png


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707717727 (100 and 200)737 (200, 300, 400, 700, 800)747 (200, 400)757 (200, 300)DC-8 (can't remember)DC-9 (10, 30, 40, 50)DC-10 (10, 30)L-1011A319A320A321MD-80 (82, 83, 88)Saab 340Short 360Dash 7CRJ (200, 700)ERJ (145, 135)Lear 25


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Airbus A318 (soon on nov. the 27th!)A319A320A321A330-200A340-300A340-600A380-800 ATR ATR 72-500ATR 42-300 Boeing 737-200737-300737-400737-500737-700737-800747-400757-200757-300767-300ER777-200777-200ER777-300777-300ER Bombardier / De Havilland CRJ200CRJ900Dash 7Dash 8 Q400 Embraer E170 McDonnell Douglas MD80 series. Tupolev Tu 134 General aviation Cessna 172Unknown Piper Aircraft Helicopters Bell 222Bell 212 HueyBell JetrangerEurocopter AS350


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Not too many A319A320-200B737-700B737-800B747-400B757-200 ( Back when Delta was operating Song Airlines! )CRJ700CRJ900ERJ145


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I've only flown one plane in real life - the Cessna 172 (I'm 14, you can't really expect more). :)


Jehan Kateli

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My list A-Z looks a bit the same as many others, but there are some strange birds too:Flown On:AerospatialeSA 330 PumaAirbusA300-600A330-200A330-300A320A321A319BAe146JS31,32Boeing727-200737-200, 300, 400, 500, 700, 800, 900C-40BC-17KC-135E (Observed in-flight refuel F-16s)KC-135R (Observed in-flight refuel B-52)CH-46DCH-46E747-200747-300747-400757-200, 300767-200,300, 400777-200777-300BombardierCRJ-200CRJ-700De HavillandDash 8-300Douglas/McDonnell DouglasDC-10-30DC-9-15DC-9-30C-9MD-80,81,82,88MD-90EmbraerEMB-120ERJ-145FokkerF100GrummanC-2 (CAT-shot)LockheedC-130HMC-130PC-141Saab340SikorskyCH-53ESH-60B (Multiple Flightdeck T/O and Landings)UH-60LAircraft With Flight Time:BellTH-57B (CNATRA Sylabus)Cessna152172T-37B (Complete AETC/CNATRA Sylabus)PiperPA-28PA-28-140 CherokeePA-28-161 WarriorPA-28-181 Archer IIPA-34-200 Seneca IIPA-38-112 TomahawkAircraft Hoisted Out of Water By:SikorskySH-3DAircraft Sat in But Did not Leave GroundLockheedSR-71North American/RockwellB-1B


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Boeing 777-300Boeing 707Boeing 727Atr 500Airbus A340Airbus A380747/200/300/400Lockheed L1011Robinson (Heli)Several Cessnas(prop)

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The obvious ones likeA219A320737-700737-800Cessna 195ASK 21


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I've only flown one plane in real life - the Cessna 172 (I'm 14, you can't really expect more). :)
Oops. Thought this thread was about how many planes you have actually piloted.Planes I have flown on:A330-200A340-500A380-800 - yep, that's right!737-800747-400767 (can't remember which version)777-200777-300ERC172

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