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  • Jbrewster1012
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    Boeing
    732 (DL)
    733 (WN)
    735 (WN)
    737 (WN)
    738 (DL, KL)
    744 (NW)
    752 (AA, DL)
    762 (DL, US)

    Candair
    CRJ-200 (DL)
    CRJ-700 (AA, DL)

    Douglas
    DC-9 (NW)

    Embraer
    ERJ-135 (AA)
    ERJ-145 (AA, US)

    McDonnell Doulgas
    MD-82 (AA)
    MD-83 (AA)
    MD-88 (DL)
    MD-90 (DL)

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  • gusty987
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    Flown:

    C-150
    C-152
    C-172
    C-182
    C-210
    Mooney M20C

    Flown on as pax:

    B727 DL
    B737 DL, CO, WN
    B747 Tower Air
    B757 NW
    B777 CO
    MD-83 AA
    MD-88 DL
    DC-9 NW
    A319 NW
    ERJ145 CO (BTA)
    CRJ200 DL (ASA)
    Last edited by gusty987; 2006-08-18, 21:57.

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  • PMN
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    Here's my small but slowly expanding list...

    Airbus:
    A300
    A310
    A318
    A319
    A320
    A321

    BAE:
    ATP

    Bell:
    206 Long Ranger

    Boeing:
    737-200/300/400/500/700/800
    747-400
    757-200
    777-200

    De Havilland:
    Dash 8 Q-300
    Dash 8 Q-400

    Embraer:
    ERJ-145

    Fokker:
    F70
    F100

    McDonnell Douglas:
    MD-82
    MD-87

    Paul

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  • hkgspotter1
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    Ys-11 ANK

    A3b2/4 PR, AF
    A306 MU

    A320-200 HP,NW

    A330-300 CX, PR, TG

    A340-300 CX


    727-200 DL

    737-200 KA

    737-300 PR

    747-200 NW,BA,CX,AF,QF
    747-300 CX,TG,JL,QF
    747-400 CX,BA,PR,TG,CP,UA,JL

    757-200 HP,DL

    767-300 GF,QF,DL

    Dc-10 PR

    Md-11 AY,DL

    Md-90 MU

    L1011 Cx
    Last edited by hkgspotter1; 2006-08-18, 05:47.

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  • RJP
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    Bold entries were jumpseat rides. +/- indicates a guess at the number of sectors

    Airbus
    A300 - DHL / Swiftair (x150(+/-))
    A319 - Alitalia (x1)
    A320 - Gulf Air (x1) / BA (x1)
    A320 - Kuwait Airways (x1)
    A330 - Emirates (x9) / Gulf Air (x2)

    Antonov
    An-12 - JetLine Aviation (x1)

    Beech
    Kingair - Aviation Assistance (x1)
    B1900 - Aviation Assistance (x16) / Balmoral (x8 ) / NAC (x2)

    Bell
    Jetranger - Coventry Helicopters (x1)

    Boeing
    Stearman - Private (x1)
    B707 - DAS Air Cargo (x4)
    B727 - DHL / SNAS (x200(+/-)) / DHL / Swiftair (x250(+/-))

    B737 - Air Malta (x2) / BA (x2) / Kenya Airways (x6) / KLM (x2) / Nigeria Airways (x1) / Transavia (x1) / Virgin (x1)
    B747 - BA (x2) / PIA (x2) / Kaliita (x4)
    B757 - Air 2000 (x2) / BA (x1) / DHL (x1)
    B767 - KLM (x2) / Gulf Air (x1)
    B777 - Emirates (x11) / BA (x1)
    Chinook - RAF (x1)

    Cessna
    402 - Air Atlantique (x2)

    Convair
    CV-580 - DHL / SNAS (x1)

    DeHavilland
    Chipmunk - RAF (x 10)

    Douglas
    C-47 - Air Atlantique (x12)
    DC-4 - South African Airways (x1)
    DC-6B - Air Atlantique (x20)
    DC-8 - MK Airlines (x5) / Johnsons Air (x3)
    DC-10 - Avient (x50 (+/-)) / DAS Air Cargo (x1,000 (+/-))

    DC-9 - Millionair (x2)

    Fokker
    F-28 - Airquarius (x26)
    F-50 - KLM (x1)
    F-70 - KLM (x2)
    F-100 - KLM (x3)

    Grob
    109 - RAF (x87)

    Handley Page
    Herald - Janes Aviation (x350)

    Ilyushin
    IL-76 - Aero GST (x4)

    Lockheed
    Electra - Air Bridge (x1)
    Hercules - Transafrik (x2)
    / RAF (x1) / USAF (x1)

    Mil
    MI-8 - Heli Air (x6) / ?? (x6)

    Piper
    Aztec - Private (x1)

    Shorts
    SD330 - Gill Air (x3)

    Sud-Aviation
    Gazelle - Private (x1)

    Yakolev
    Yak-40 (x1)

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  • janni-chan
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    A319
    A320
    A321
    A332
    A342
    A346

    ATR42
    ATR72

    B737-300
    B737-400
    B737-500
    B737-700
    B737-800
    B747-400
    B777-200
    B777-300

    DC3 "Dakota"

    MD11
    MD81
    MD82
    MD83
    MD87

    SOON:
    Dash 8 (300 series)

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  • DeltaRules
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    Airbus:
    -A310-300
    -A319
    -A320
    -A321
    -A330-300

    Boeing:
    -727-200
    -737-200/300/400/500/800
    -747-400
    -757-200
    -767-200/300/300ER
    -777-200ER

    McDD:
    -DC-9-10/30/40/50
    -DC-10-30/40
    -MD-82/83/88

    Lockheed:
    -L-1011-1/-250/-500

    BAE:
    -J31
    -RJ-85
    -Concorde

    Fokker:
    -F-28
    -F-100

    Canadair:
    -CRJ-100/200
    -CRJ-700

    Embraer:
    -EMB-120
    -ERJ-145
    -EMB-170 (first flight on this type coming in November )

    Dornier:
    -Do-328

    DeltaRules

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  • brianw999
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    Quote...First comment a tad worrying Brian but totally understandable and the Lynx was that at an airshow....Endquote.


    The Lightning flight came about as a result of a visit to Farnborough with my ATC squadron. We used to go down once year and take pot luck at what flights pilots offered us. All my mates had gone for a ride around in a Wessex chopper and I was alone in the crew room when the pilot popped his head around the door and took me for the flight of a lifetime. Out over the Channel, a quick burst of 1000mph+ over the Bay of Biscay, back via Rouen taking a picture of the cathedral as we flew by and back to Farnborough.
    My mates didn't believe a word of it......until I showed them the pics the next week !!

    The Lynx flight came much later when I was in the army. I was doing some medical work at RN hospital Haslar. The CPO in charge of casualty knew of my interest in aviation and arranged the flight from Lee on Solent, out around the Isle of Wight and back. That machine sure can scoot on.

    Just remembered two other chopper flights.
    Queensland Rescue Service Bell 412 around the port of Cairns, Australia and surrounding area and a US Army Blackhawk casevac while on exercise in Germany.

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  • uy707
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    Originally posted by a78jumper
    Alain mon vieux,

    I think you have me beat.

    Mitch
    Yours is not bad either, quite a few ones I can envy

    Ohterwise, nice list everyone, good to read we still are a few to have the 707, 727 and DC.8 in our collection.

    Alain

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  • Airfrancefan
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    Cessna 172 [private:GYH-GYH]
    A310 [Air Jamaica:ATL-MBJ]
    A319 [Austrian: BRU-VIE]
    [SWISS: BRU-ZRH,NCE-ZRH]
    A321 [Air Jamaica: MBJ-ATL]
    [Sabena: ATH-BRU]
    A342 [Air Maurituis: BRU-GVA-MRU,MRU-CDG]
    [Sabena: BRU-ATL]
    A343 [Air France: CDG-ATL-CDG]
    AR1/AR8/146: [Northwest: MSP-RST-MSP]
    [SN Brussels Airlines: BRU-BRU]
    [SWISS: ZRH-NCE,ZRH-BRU]
    AT4: [KLM:ANR-AMS-ANR]
    B733:[Virgin Express: FCO-BRU,BRU-FAO-BRU]
    B734:[Virgin Express: BRU-FCO,BRU-FAO]
    B743C: [KLM:AMS-ATL-AMS,AMS-JFK]
    B762: [Delta:BRU-ATL-BRU]
    B763: [KLM:AMS-ATL-AMS,EWR-AMS]
    B763ER: [Delta: BRU-ATL-BRU,BRU-JFK]
    B772: [Air France: CDG-ATL-CDG]
    [Delta: ATL-CDG]
    CRJ: [Delta: LGA-GSP]
    D93: [Northwest: CLT-MSP]
    D13: [Northwest: MSP-AMS]
    F50: [KLM: BRU-AMS]
    F70: [KLM: BRU-AMS]
    [Austrian: VIE-BRU]
    FRJ: [Delta: LGA-GSP]
    M88:[Delta: ATL-EWR]

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  • davepotter
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    Originally posted by brianw999

    English Electric Lightning T? ( I still have wet dreams about that one !! )

    Westland Lynx
    First comment a tad worrying Brian but totally understandable and the Lynx was that at an airshow. The Britsh crews can do some insane things with these and must be fab to experience.

    My list is too embarresingly short:

    AAL 772 / MD83
    MON 320
    TCX 320
    FCA 320
    XLA 738
    Sabre 738
    BY 734
    AEU 752 As of 18th Aug
    Bell 206
    Beechcraft King Air 200 (actually flown)
    Cessna 152 (actually flown)

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  • Rooftops
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    F100 British Midland
    DC9 British Midland
    733 British Midland
    733 easyJet
    737 easyJet
    738 Ryanair
    752 Thomsonfly, First Chioce, Thomas Cook
    762 Thomsonfly
    A320 My Travel
    A300 Monarch
    A330-200 Emirates

    Think thats all

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  • Joop
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    Nice lists everybody!

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  • uy707
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    OK then, I think to be update and over in an updated presentation featuring the generic names + version inventory, clearcut and neat, at time of posting.
    Alain

    Aircrafts I flew, light and helos included.

    Airbus
    A300 B2-1C – B4-203
    A310 200 – 300
    A318 100
    A319 100
    A320 100 – 200
    A321 100
    A330 200 – 300
    A340 200 – 300

    Antonov
    AN.2
    AN.24 RV

    ATR
    42
    72

    Beechcraft
    Bonanza V35
    Baron
    Be-99
    Be-1900C

    Bell
    206 JetRanger


    Boeing
    707 120 -120B-320-320B-320B(Q)-320C-320C(Q)
    720 020 – 020B
    727 100 – 200
    737 130 – 200 – 200QC – 300 – 300(QC) – 400 -500
    747 100 – 200B – 200B/SCD – 200B/SCD/EUD – 400 – 400M
    757 200
    767 200 – 200ER – 300 – 300ER
    777 200

    British Aerospace
    146 200 – 200QT -300 – RJ85
    Jetstream 31

    British Aircraft
    Bac 1.11 200 – 500 – RomBac500



    Casa
    CN.235

    Cessna
    172
    185 Skywagon
    402

    Convair
    CV.580
    CV.990 Coronado M

    Curtiss
    C.46 Commando

    Dassault
    Mercure 100

    DeHavillandCanada
    DHC 2 Beaver Floats
    DHC 6 TwinOtter 300 – 300 Vista Liner
    Dash 7
    Dash 8 100

    Dornier
    DO-228

    Douglas
    DC.3 Skytrain C.47 – C.53
    DC.4 Skymaster C.54
    DC.6 Liftmaster B
    DC.7 Seven Seas C
    DC.8 33 – 53 – F54 – 61 – 62 – 62CF – 63 – 63CF – 63PF -71 -73
    DC.9 15 – 32 – 41 - 51
    DC.10 10 – 30 – 30CF - 40

    EMBRAER
    110 Bandeirante P1
    120 Brasilia

    Eurocopter
    Ecureil / Squirrel / Astar
    Dauphin 1

    Fairchild Hiller
    F-27 J
    FH-227 B


    Fokker
    F-27Friendship 200 -500 -600
    F-28 Fellowship 1000 - 4000
    F-50
    F-70
    F-100

    Ford
    AT-5 Trimotor “Tin Goose”

    Grumann
    G.73 Turbo Mallard
    G.159 Gulfstream 1

    Handley-Page
    Dart Herald

    Hawker Siddeley
    HS 121 Trident 1 3
    HS 748

    Ilyushin
    IL 18 D
    IL 62 M
    IL.86

    Jaudel

    Lockheed
    L.10 Electra 1
    L.1049 SuperConstellation Super G
    L.1649 Starliner A
    L.188 Electra A
    L.1011 Tristar 1 – 200 - 500

    Mac Donnell Douglas
    MD.11
    MD.80 82 - 83
    MD.87

    Maurane-Saulnier
    MS.880 Rallye

    Max Holste
    MH 1200 Broussard



    Mil
    MI.2



    NAMC
    YS.11

    Nord Aviation
    N.2501 Noratlas
    Nord 262

    Piper Aircraft
    Tripacer
    Cherokee 6
    PA.23 Aztec
    PA.31 Navajo

    Saab
    340 A

    Shorts
    SH.330
    SH.360

    Sikorsky
    S.61N

    Sud Aviation
    SE 210 Caravelle III – VIN – 10B3 – 11R - 12

    Swearingen
    SA.226 Metro II

    Vickers
    Viscount 800
    Vanguard

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  • brianw999
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    Flown....
    Tiger Moth,
    Piper Colt,
    Piper Cherokee,
    Morane Rallye,
    DH Chipmunk.

    Flown in....

    Airbus..
    310
    319
    320
    321
    330
    340

    AS355 Ecuriel
    AS Gazelle

    BAC 111

    BaE 146

    Blackburn Beverly

    Boeing...
    717
    707
    727
    737
    747
    757
    767

    Convair 880

    DHC Twin Otter
    DH Dove

    Douglas...
    DC3
    DC4
    DC6
    DC8
    DC9 ( and MD variants )

    English Electric Lightning T? ( I still have wet dreams about that one !! )

    Fokker F27

    Lockheed C130

    L1011 Tristar

    MD902 Explorer

    Piper...
    Comanche
    Navajo Chieftain

    Tupolev...
    134
    154

    Westland Lynx

    .......and that's about it. I think I might have missed a few, certainly a couple of heli's, and I actually had'n't kept count until I started this reply.

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