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This is like a fishing tale ;)

 

Chipmunk

Comet 4/4B/4C

BAC 1-11 2/3/4/500

707-300/400

720

727-1/200

DC-6

DC-3

HS748

BAe146

A300B4

A300-600

A310

737-2/3/4/5/6/7/800

757

747-200/300/400

767-200/300

F-27

Dart Herald

DC-9

DC-10

Harvard & Texan

Fournier RF-4

Stampe SV.4

Tiger Moth

Partenavia P68

Twin Squirrel

A320/321

A330

A340-2/3/5/600

A380

AN-26

Bandeirante

Twin Otter

Piper Saratoga

Britannia

777

787

ATR42

ATR72

PA-28

ERJ190/195

Fokker F70

TRislander

RJ100/85

MD83

 

I think thats it :) - 2717 flying hours and 968 flights

 

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I can add:

Breguet Mercury (Air Inter Paris-Toulouse)

Vickers Varsity

Chinook

Bell 206 

Sikorsky S76

Wessex

Beaver (On floats)

CSA 235 (might have been a CN 235)

Harrier T4N

Hawk TMk1

Beech 300

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Boring ... Fokker Friendship, DC-8, B-747s, A-330 🥱 tho the stewardesses are nice.

Cessna twin of some description thru a tropical storm 😨

Interesting - Lake Buccaneer at night.

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I saw this thread and hope its for all members ? If not my apologies in advance. Ive flown in or controlled these types. Starting with G/Aviation types Ive flown in or controlled at some point. 
 

glider (controlled) I don't remember the type sadly it was in the Mid-1980’s and two seat ? 

Cessna 172 (Controlled)

Cessna 172 Float plane

*Cessna 208

*Cessna 310

Piper Cherokee (Controlled)

Beech Bonanza

*Beech Baron

Beech King air 200

*Lear 25

*Lear 35 (controlled)

Bell Huey - as a passenger did a 45 minute mock combat insertion flight at an airshow and was seated in the door gunners position. 

Bell Jet Ranger (front seat)

Bell Long Ranger back seat

Hughes Model 500E (controlled)( darn near hardest thing I’ve ever done)

 

Passenger in commercial aircraft. 
DC-8

DC-9

MD-80

MD-90

Boeing 727

Boeing 737-200

Boeing 737-400

Boeing 737-700

swearingen

 

 

Dennis

 

* = work related company aircraft either as a courier or jump-seat passenger. 

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Airbus A300, (B4, 600), A310 (200, 300), A319, A320, A321, A330 (200, 300), A340 (300, 600), A380

Antonov An-2, An-32

ATR 42, 72

BAC Concorde, 1-11 (400, 500)

BAe ATP, Jetstream (31, 32, 42), 146 (100, 200, 300), Avro RJ (85, 100)

Beech Baron, Queen Air

Bell Jetranger, Longranger, 47

Boeing 707 (400), 727 (100, 200), 737 (200, 300, 400, 500, 600, 700, 800, 900), 747 (100, 200, 300, 400, 8, SP), 757, (200), 767 (200, 300), 777 (200, 300),, 787 (8, 9)

Bombardier CRJ (100, 200, 700, 900), Q400

Briton-Norman Islander, Trislander

Cessna 150, 152, 172, 182, 208 Caravan, 210

Cirrus SR-22

Convair 580

Curtiss C-46

CZAW Sport Cruiser

DH Comet, Dove

DHC Chipmunk, Beaver, Otter, Twin Otter, Dash-7, Dash-8 (100, 200, 300)

Dornier 328
Douglas DC-3, DC-4

Embraer Brasilia, 170, 190

Fokker F-27, F-28, F50, F70, F100

Ford Trimotor
Goodyear GZ20, LZ101

Ilyushin Il-18

Lockheed Constellation, L188, TriStar (1, 200, 500)

McDonnell Douglas DC-9 (10, 30, 40, 50), DC-10 (10, 30), MD-11, MD-80 (81, 82, 83, 87, 88), MD-90

Piper PA-28, PA-44

Robin DR400

Robinson R44

Saab 340, 2000

Scottish Aviation Twin Pioneer
Short Skyvan, 330, 360

Sikorsky S-61

Sud Aviation Caravelle

Swearingen Metro

Tupolev Tu-134

Vickers Vanguard, Viscount

Westland WG30

Yak 52

 

I think that’s most of them - need to check the spreadsheet logs to be sure…

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piper Cherokee 140

chipmunk

bonanza a36

winjeel

C-47

Cessna 180 aavn

B727-100

Macchi MB326H

Iroquois UH1B

Iroquois UH1H

C-130 Hercules

Grumman S2 Tracker

Boeing 727-200

HS748

Fokker F27

Fokker F28

DC-9

DH82A Tigermoth

Bonanza V35

Cessna 172,

182,

150,

206

402

404

Piper Navaho

BN-2

Beech Baron

Hughes 500

DC-8

Boeing 707

737- 200, 300, 400, etc etc

747

757

767

777

787

DC10

A300

A310

A320

A330

A340

A350

A380

A200

Lear 25

Aerocommander 500

DHC-7

DHC-8

Bandierante

Emb 120

Squirrel

Grumman Albatross

pilatus turboporter

pilatus pc9

Grumman Greyhound

Boeing ch-46

swearingen sw2

swearingen sw4

kookaburra glider

blanik glider

dragon Rapide

md87

 

there must be more

that's all that comes to mind

 

 

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There are some impressive listings...

 

Here are my flown on aircrafts

Airbus A319

Airbus A320

Airbus A321

Airbus A330-300

Airbus A340-300

Airbus A350-1000

Airbus A380

 

Avro RJ85

 

Boeing 737-400

Boeing 737-800

Boeing 747-300

Boeing 747-400

Boeing 757-200

Boeing 777-200

Boeing 777-300

Boeing 787-8

 

BAC 1-11 

 

BAe 146-200

 

Canadair CRJ 900

 

Douglas DC-8-55

Douglas DC-8-63

 

DHC 6 Twin Otter

 

Fokker 50

 

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30

McDonnell Douglas MD-11

McDonnell Douglas MD-83

 

Saab 340

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I have finally checked through the thread to see if I have replied before....

Cessna 172 out of Lydd in the 70's, tenner for a flight...

Chipmunk as a Cadet out of Cambridge

727 - American Airways

737 - Brittania/BA/Dan 

747 - United

757 - Brittania

767 - United

Shorts 360 - Not sure who it belonged to..Stanstead to Dusseldorf

ATR42 - Not sure who it belonged to..Southampton to Guernsey

Viscount - Virgin Airways

DC-3 Air Atlantic

Scout

Gazelle

Sea King

S-61N

Puma

Chinook

Wessex

Hercules C1 & C3

Tristar

VC-10

UH-60

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31 minutes ago, Big Dave S said:

Can't remember but I've taken off in more aircraft than I've landed in.

😉

Damm skydiver/para 😁 Jumping out of perfectly good aeroplanes.🪂

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RAF VC10

RAF Tri Star

RAF Airbus 330

Virgin Atlantic Airbus 330 (Military/Diplomatic charter Friday shuttle) 

RAF Hercules

Dan Air something or other to Jersey in the 70's

Pan Am 747

BA 747

Continental Airways ?? 1970's early 80's internal US flight

TWA ?? 1970's early 80's internal US flight

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On 25/06/2022 at 21:24, Big Dave S said:

Can't remember but I've taken off in more aircraft than I've landed in.

😉

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Fly - yes. Land - no. 

 

 

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On 25/06/2022 at 20:55, noelh said:

Damm skydiver/para 😁 Jumping out of perfectly good aeroplanes.🪂

The former. Did it for fun in my youth.

Everything else thereafter seemed a tad beige.

Hence the skiing mishaps and cycling near-misses.

"A&E, here we come!"

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I can add the 787 to my list as of yesterday, as my family and three quarters of our luggage flew on a Qantas 787-9 on the Heathrow-Perth-Melbourne route. No idea what aircraft the rest of our luggage will travel on when it makes it to us!

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Flown....

DH Chipmunk

DH Chipmunk Kings Cup (Blister canopy and spats)

Cessna 150

Cessna 152

Cessna 172

Piper Cherokee 140

Victa Airtourer (Central yoke)

Piper Navajo

 

Flown in...

Bristol Superfreighter

Vickers Varsity (aka Pig)

Piper Aztec

Piper twin Comanche

Hughes 500

Hughes 269

BAC 1-11

Lockheed Tristar

MD-11

Boeing 747-100 (PA103, exactly a week before Lockerbie)

Boeing 747-200

Boeing 747-SP

Boeing 747-300

Boeing 747-400

Boeing 767

Airbus A320

Airbus A321

Airbus A300

Airbus A380

Boeing 737 (Lots but not the 800 Max)

ATR 42

ATR 72

Bombadier

 

And probably a few more that I can't remember....

 

 

 

 

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Interesting thread .

Airbus 

A300 B4

A300 600

A310 300

A319

A320

A321

A330

A340 

A380

Boeing

727 300? 200?

737 300/400/800

747 200/300/400

757

767

777 300ER 

787

Douglas 

DC-10 30

DC-8 72 ? 

DC-9

MD-80 

MD-90

Lockheed Tristar 

Beech 1900D 

DHC DASH 8 ?

ATR42

ATR72

ROBIN DR400

Piper Navajo

Sikorski S-61

Bell 206 Jet Ranger

Aérospatiale Ecureuil 

 

 

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On 6/26/2022 at 9:59 PM, Big Dave S said:

The former. Did it for fun in my youth.

Everything else thereafter seemed a tad beige.

Hence the skiing mishaps and cycling near-misses.

"A&E, here we come!"

 Definitely skydivers are adrenaline junkies. Once during a weather hold they decided to race the fuel bowser and the fire truck up and and down the runway with some of them sitting on top of the trucks.🤯

 

I quit skydive flying eight years ago but I've been asked to come back recently. So yesterday I went for a visit. While I was there an Auster in British army markings took  off from a neighbouring strip. I'm going to  make friends with the owner. My next type.

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Not that much, coz I'm afraid of flying.

Yes, while I'm av-geek, aircraft mechanic and working in biz aviation. 

Passenger on

A319

A320

A321

B737

B757

MD82

 

Towed in MiG-29, taxiing and engine run in Cessna 550B, engine run in C-160 Transall.

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Interesting lists.

 

I don't have much.

Civilian:

IL-18

IL-86

Yak-40

Tu-134

Tu-154

An-2

An-24

Bombardier Q400

Various modern Boeings and Airbuses.

A few years ago, some French helicopter evacuated me in the Alps.

Military in Afghanistan:

IL-76

Mi-8

Mi-24

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