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I've never served in the forces so am getting a bit jealous of some of the type listed on here. My flights have just been the 'usual' touristy things that include:

Boeing 757s with Britannia, Airtours, Air Transat, Thomas Cook,BA, Continental,

Boeing 767s with Britannia, First choice, Kenya Airways

Aibus A320 with Monarch

Boeing 737s with BA , US Airways & Kenya Airways

Airbus A300 with Kenya Airways

BAE 146 with Air France and Aer Lingus

Boeing 747 - 400with both BA & Virgin Atlantic

Lockheed L1011 with Air Transat

The best flights that I have taken were with Qantas from Heathrow to Singapore and back on the Airbus A380 - much quieter and smoother flights than on any of the 747s that I have flown on.

Paul.H.

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A bit of working flying mixed in this list.

Airbus A300 Monarch

Airbus A319 Lufthansa, BMI

Airbus A320 Air Canada, Lufthansa, US Airways

Airbus A321 Monarch, Lufthansa, Air France and BMI

Airbus A330 Air Canada, Etihad, US Airways

AVRO 146-RJX85

AVRO 146-RJX100

AVRO 146-RJ70, 85 and 100

BAe146-100,200 and 300

HS125-F600 BAe

BAe125-800 BAe

BAe125-1000 BAe

Beech 99 Islandsflug

Boeing 727 Delta

Boeing 737-200 Britannia,

Boeing 737-300/400 BMI Baby, America West, & Icelandair

Boeing 737-700/800 KLM

Boeing 747-200 BA

Boeing 757 Monarch, Delta and BA

Boeing 767-200 Britannia

Boeing 767-300 American Airlines, Delta

Boeing 777-200 KLM

Boeing 777-300 Air France

DHC-8 BA, FlyBE and America West

Embraer ERJ-145 BMI

Fokker F70 KLM

Jetstream 41 BAe

Jetstream 31 BAe

L1011TriStar Air Atlanta & Delta

MD-82 American Airlines

MD-11 KLM

GA

PA28 Cherokee

PA18 Super Cub

Beagle Pup 2

PA34 Seneca

Jodel DR1050

Military

Chipmunk T.10

VC.10

Nimrod MRA4

BAe146 CC2

U-125A (JASDF BAe125-800)

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Ive flown on

Airbus A319 (bmi)

Airbus A320 (United) , (bmi)

Airbus A321 ( BA)

Boeing 727-200 (United)

Boeing 737-200 (Brittania), (Orion Airways)

Boeing 737-300 (United) , (Jet2) ,(British Midland)

Boeing 737-500 (British Midland)

Boeing 737-800 (United)

Boeing 737-900/900ER (United)

Boeing 757-200 (United), (Jet2), (Air 2000)

Boeing 747SP (United)

Boeing 747-400 (United)

Boeing 767-200 (United)

Boeing 767-300 (United), (Air Canada)

Boeing 777-200 ( United) I did fly on the second built 777-200 With UA back in the Late 90s Just after they got them

Boeing 777-300ER (Air Canada)

CRJ-100 (Air Canada Jazz)

Dash 8-100 (Island Air)

ERJ -145 ( bmi)

ERJ-190 (Air Canada)

Fokker 70 (Brtish Midland),(KLM)

Fokker 100 (Brtish Midland),(KLM)

Mc Donnell Douglas DC9-30 (Pegasus)

Mc Donnell Douglas DC10-10 (United)

Richard

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Re the Sky Interior comment (Quote system failed)

I don't what usual is as I'd not flown on a 737 before and not at all since 1996, apart from the four medical emergency flights.

I didn't use the overheads but I think they were as you say.

LN-DYZ & LN-NGA were the two aircraft, Not very old.

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Airliners:

Viscount

Vanguard

DC-8-40

Dc-9-30

DC-8-63

727-200

737-200

737-400

737-700

737-800

747-200

757-200

767-200

767-300

L-1011-500

A300-600

A320

Fokker F-28

DCH-7

DCH-8-100

DCH-8-200

ATR-72

Military

CC-137

CC-138

CC-130

Yukon

CP-107

CP-140 (got about 15 minutes at the yoke on those last two)

Helicopters

Bell 206

Hughes 500

General joyriding

Fleet Finch

Durine Tirby

C-172

C-180 on floats

C-182

Piper Cherokee

Cessna L-19

10 minutes in a tethered hot air balloon

What I've flown

C-150/152

Schweizer 2-33

Blanik L-13

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737-300

ATR72-500

Dash-8 (Q300)

Beech 1900D

Cessna 172

Another kid of cessna (Dont know what kind, but there was room enough for pilot and 4 passengers, i was about 7 or 8)

PBY-5A Catalina

Also being an airforce brat im sure ive been on other stuff without knowing it.

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Viscount

BAC111

VC10

C130k mk 1 & 3

C130H RNZAF

Andover 1 & 2

Gazelle

Bae125-600

Bae125-700

B737-200

B737-300

B737-400

B737-800

A300F

A320

A319

A330

A321

Trident 2 and 3

Fokker 100

B757

B747-100

B747-200

L1011-500

L1011-K1

L1011-KC1

ATR42 - hope to fly on many more!

PA Tomahawk

Cessna 172

Microlight thingy

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Passenger wise.....

Dh Trident

Bae 146

B737

B727

B747

A320

Citation

Cessna 150

Cessna 175

Piper Warrior

and if you include just jane, a lancaster,but that was just a taxi.

:)

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720B Monarch

737-200 Britannia / BA

737-300 Monarch

737-400 BA

737-800 Lauda

757-200 Air 2000 / Monarch / Britannia / JMC / Delta / Airtours

767-200 Britannia

767-300 Delta / Thomson

767-400 Delta

777-200 Delta / BA

Tristar Caledonian / Delta

BAC 1-11 Monarch / Dan-Air / Courtline / BAF

Comet 4B Dan-air

Caravelle Aviaco

DC-9 Aviaco

DC-10 BCAL / Laker

MD11 FedEx

A310 Cyprus Airways

A320 Air 2000 / Excalibur / Monarch / Airtours

A330-200 Airtours / Thomas Cook

Fokker 50 KLM UK

Andrew

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These are some of the ones I remember. I was never too hot on the MK they were

A320

A321

737

757

747

Bae 146

F-27

F50

Nimrod

VC-10 Tanker

VC-10 cargo/pax

Tristar

C130 k (Flown many miles and been kicked out the back of one of these things over Cyprus a few times)and a couple of tac landings :sick: )

C130 J

Wessex ( A couple of us stupidly volunteered to be rescued)

Seaking (same as the Wessex. You think i'd have learned)

Gazelle

Hawk T1

Grob

F-3

GR-1

F-16 (in Alaska, that was F*****g awesome(sorry for swearing but it was))

C-17

Chinook( hanging off me straps in Iraq (not a good kite to be in when you've got incoming, that and the Jockys are mental)

An 26

An 124 (Maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahooosive)

Bn Islander

Shorts 360

SAAB 340

Cessna 412

" 150

" 172

Robin 400

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Here goes......

A300 B2 Lufthansa

A300 B4 Thai, Lufthansa, Eastern, Emirates,

A310 200 Lufthansa, Thai, Swissair

A310 300 Emirates, Lufthansa, Kenyan

A318 Air France

A319 Easyjet, Swiss, Lufthansa, Brussels, Air Canada, S7, BA, BMI, SAS

A320 100 BA, Air France

A320 200 Air France, BA, Air Canada, Lufthansa, Monarch, Swiss, Ural, Aer Lingus, Austrian, First Choice, Afriqiyah, US Airways, United, BMI

A321 100 Swiss, Alitalia, Lufthansa

A321 200 Air France, Aer Lingus, Austrian, First Choice, Iberia, Air Canada, Swiss, BMI, BA, Lufthansa, Turkish, SAS

A330 200 Afriqiyah, Aer Lingus

A330 300 Aer Lingus, Cathay Pacific, Swiss, Air Canada

A340 200 Philippines

A340 300 Air Canada, Cathay Pacific, Swiss, Singapore

A380 British Airways

AN2 Several

AN24 Sibaviatrans, Aeroflot

AN28

AN32

BAC111 Dan Air, Aer Lingus, BCal, BA

B707 100 Laker

B707 300 Kenyan, Olympic

B707 400 BEA Airtours

B717 Blue 1

B720 Olympic

B727 200 American, Lufthansa, Iberia

B737 100 People Express

B737 200 Piedmont, BA, Air France, Lufthansa, Aer Lingus, Delta, Luxair, Gulf Air, Western

B737 300 Lufthansa, BMA, Aer Lingus, Ansett, Southwest, Air Europe

B737 400 BA, Aer Lingus, BMA, Brussels

B737 500 Lufthansa, BMA, Aer Lingus, Maersk

B737 600 SAS

B737 700 SAS, Easyjet, Yakutia, Southwest

B737 800 Jet, SAS, Ryanair

B747 100 Aer Lingus, TWA, BA, Northwest

B747 200 Bcal, BA, Cathay Pacific

B747 200F Cathay Pacific

B747 300 Singapore, Cathay Pacific

B747 400 Singapore, Lufthansa, Air Canada, BA, Cathay Pacific

B747 SP Pan Am

B757 200 BA, First Choice, Monarch

B767 200 Air Canada

B767 300 United, Air Canada, BA, Gulf Air

B777 200 Air Canada, BA

B777 300 Air Canada

BAE146 Air UK, Aer Lingus, Lufthansa, Swiss, Brussels, BA, Cello

ATP BA

CRJ 100 Air Canada

CRJ 200 Air Canada

CRJ 700 Jazz

DHC 7 Brymon

DHC 8 Jazz

DC10 10 Laker

DC10 30 Northwest, BA

DC10 40 Northwest

DC3 Air Atlantique

DC4 ZS-BMH

DC6 Air Atlantique

DC8 63 KLM

DC8 71 Delta

DC9 10 BMA, Republic

DC9 30 Republic, KLM, BMA, Austrian

DC9 50 Austrian

MD 80 American, Swissair, SAS

EMB170 BA Cityflyer

EMB175 Air Canada

EMB190 Lufthansa

EMB145 BMI

F100 Air UK, BMA

F50 Aer Lingus

F27 BMA

Herald BIA

Trident 1 BA

Trident 2 BA

Trident 3 BA

IL62M Inter Avia

IL86 Ural

L1011 1 Eastern, Delta, Cathay Pacific

L1011 100 BA, Cathay Pacific

L1011 500 BA

SD330 BMA

SD360 BMA, Aer Lingus, Loganair

SE210 SAM

Tu134 A3 UT Air

Tu134 B3 Al Rosa

Tu154 M Aeroflot

VC10 RAF

Viscount BMA

Light and Helicopters

Windlass Aquilla

Ce 150

Ce 172

Aircoupe

PA28

Tiger Moth

S61

H369

Mil 8

AS350

Bell 206

BN2

EC130

thats roughly it!

SD

A few more added.....

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I haven't counted some of the lists but I do not bother with airliners that have transported this old butt around for the last 78 years.

I have flown, either dual or PIC, 89 different aircraft with the oldest being a DH-53 Hummingbird and the fastest being the CF-104D. I've also flown dual the Goodyear Blimp and PIC about a dozen different gliders such as the SGU 1-19, TG-2, -3. BG6, Flauvel AV36

And I'm still active.

Barney http://www.barneysairforce.com

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Re the Sky Interior comment (Quote system failed)

I don't what usual is as I'd not flown on a 737 before and not at all since 1996, apart from the four medical emergency flights.

I didn't use the overheads but I think they were as you say.

LN-DYZ & LN-NGA were the two aircraft, Not very old.

those two a/c have Sky Interior for sure.... you can't tell that from outside but inside is "Dreamliner-like" that means overhead bins for baggage opens towards you (bigger than before) and the thing with the windows, as well as the cabin lightning. My local company got theirs in December 2012 (Luxair, LX-LGU) I haven't been on it but family. they said its 1000000x better than the standard cabin.. :)

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Military

TA-4G Skyhawk

Macchi MB326H

Wessex 31B

Seaking

UH-1B

S-2G Tracker

HS-748

C-130 E/H

CT-4

Chinook

Gravel Truck / Caribou

Warbirds

Fairey Firefly TT6

Douglas C-47

NA T-6

Yak 52

Wirraway

Vampire T-35

Neptune P2-V7

Westland Scout

DH Rapide

Spam Cans (Pilot)

Citabria

Cherokee Warrior

Commanche

I don't count airliners as flying, tis a high altitude bus ride.

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I don't count airliners as flying, tis a high altitude bus ride.

Love this one !

Unfortunately I've only been on bus rides......

B727

B737 old and new (I remember a 200 and many 800 for sure, can't remember what other variants)

B747 every variant

B757 (only a couple of times, but maybe my favourite)

B767

B777

A-300

A-310

A-319/320/321 (all variants)

A-330

A-340

MD-80

Bae-146 (think they were both 200 but not sure)

ERJ-145

ATR-72

DHC-8

DH-89 (leisure flight)

Bell 206

And I'm sure there are a couple others I can't remember...

Airlines I've had the pleasure or misfortune of flying with have been:

Alitalia

Air France

Air Berlin

Air One

Eurofly

Air UK

British Airways

FlyBE

Buzz

Aer Lingus

Ryan Air

Easy Jet

KLM

Iberia

Cathay Pacific

Emirates

Etihad

Qantas

Virgin Blue

JAL

Singapore

TWA

Delta

American Airlines

US Airways

And a greek charter I have forgotten the name, might have been Athena or something similar, most probably long gone.

Again there might be a couple minor ones I've forgotten

All in all a fairly standard selection of types. Considering that I fly 20-30 times a year with peaks of 40, it must mean I end up going always the same places with the same airlines

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Airlines

Air Atlantique

Air UK

Aurigny Air Services

British Airways

British Caledonian Helicopters...LHR-LGW Air Link

British European Airways

British Island Airways (older)

British United (CI) Airways

Castle Air

Cega Air Ambulance

Fly be

Jersey European Airways

KLM UK

Morton Air Services

Norwegian Air Shuttle

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In no particular order:

ATP

HS-748

BAC 1-11 -400 and -500

Boeing 737-200, -300, -400, -500, -800

Trident 3B

Viscount 800

DC-10

Boeing 757-200

Boeing 767-300

Airbus A319, 320, 321

Fokker 100

Avro RJ85 and 100

Embraer 145 and 170

Dornier Do-328

DHC-8-Q400

CRJ-900

Junkers Ju52 (good old D-AQUI)

Airlines (again in no particular order but heavily influenced by regular travel between UK and Germany!)

British Airways

Brymon

Lufthansa

British Air Ferries

Air UK (later KLM UK)

Sabena

Easyjet

Germanwings

Deutsche BA (later DBA)

British Caledonian

Cityjet

Augsburg Airways

Braathens SAFE

SAS

British Midland

and others I've probably forgotten

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Maersk Air 737-500

Maersk Air 737-700

Sterling 737-700

Cimber 737-700

Cimber Sterling 737-700

KLM 737-400

KLM 737-700

Air Baltic 737-500

Air Baltic Fokker 50

Gliders:

ASK-21(soloed this)

ASK-23 (one seater)

LS4a and LS4b (One seater)

Astir CS (One Seater)

Duo Discus XLT (Two seater, been out in it twice as a passenger)

Bergfalke III (My very first flight in this old lady was back in 2010. Also my first ever glider flight. First time in control of an aircraft too!)

Motorglider:

SF25C (Rotax Falke)

Will start the mini education for the SF25C soon.

Robin

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Airliners

A's 319, 320, 321

B's 717, 733, 735, 738, 757, 767

Fokker 50

Dash 8 Q400

Tu-154b2, Tu-154m

Jak 42d

MD-82

And Jak-18t to top

Airlines

KLM

Airberlin

Norwegian

Lufthansa

Swiss

Alitalia

Ryanair

Skyexpress

AirBaltic

Tulpar-Air

Kuban

Transaero

S7

Utair

Blue1

SAS

Rossiya

Looks like that

oh, yeah, i forgot an An-148, dubbed 'sad donkey', you probably never heard of that yet

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Birds I have flown in

Military:

DA-20

C-130

Sea King

Lynx

Civil

732 Braathens

733 Braathens/Norwegian/Iceland Express

734 Braathens/SAS/KLM

735 Braathens/SAS/Maersk

737 SAS

738 SAS/KLM/Ryanair/Norwegian

752 Britannia / Icelandair

753 Icelandair

762 Braathens

DHC-7 Widerøe

Q-200 Widerøe

Q-300 Widerøe

Q-400 Widerøe / SAS

Twin Otter Widerøe

A320/321 SAS/Thomas Cook

DC-9 SAS

MD-80`s SAS/Jet-X

F27/28 Braathens/Busy Bee/SAS

F50 Braathens/SAS/KLM

F100 KLM

This is a few I have had the pleasure to travel with...

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Roughly in the order flown in......

F-27 ..TAA

DHC Caribou ..Aussie Army

Gaf Nomad

Auster Alpha

Buccaneer ..BAC

BAC I-II ..Court Line

Viscount ..Alidair

Seaking HAS 1 ..RN

Seaking HAS 2 ..RN

Wessex V ..RN

Nimrod Mr2 ..RAF

VC-10 ..RAF

Hercules ..RAF

Beaver ..AAC

Seaking MkIV ..RN

Chinook ..RAF

DC3 ..Air Atlantique

Puma ..RAF

Islander

D.H. Rapide

Jetstream ..RN

S-61 ..Bristow

Harrier T-4 ..RN

Hunter T-8 ..RN

Swordfish MkI ..RNHF

Swordfish MkII ..RNHF

Firefly V ..RNHF

Chipmunk ..RNHF

Allouette II ..AAC Historics

Cessna 120

BAC Jet Provost Mk5

A320 ..Swissair & Thompsons

A321 ..Swiss

747 ..BA & British Cal'

737..Air Malta & Lufthansa

Smudge

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Nothing exceptional except two occasions

Concorde 1983, Heathrow-Liverpool

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and a six seater twin (forgotton what), Grand Bahama - Kissimmee through the Bermuda Triangle in a thunderstorm

Trevor

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