AirAmericaC46 From United States of America, joined Mar 2004, 590 posts, RR: 1 Posted (8 years 1 day 3 hours ago) and read 6468 times:
I am a fan of flight logs, and I'm curious who among the A.nets have flown what in a flight log data format. Thanks for posting.
If you have a lot of flight data, classify your flights/aircrafts and post them gradually on a regular basis.
Here is my example:
I will start with "MY HISTORICAL OR RARE AIRCRAFTS' Flight log-----at least data on airline, type of aircraft, route flown inlcuding refueling stop or diversion stop, year or decade of your flight:
PlymSpotter From Spain, joined Jun 2004, 11993 posts, RR: 59
Reply 2, posted (8 years 1 day 3 hours ago) and read 6456 times:
I won't post my full flight log for now, but instead like you have done I'll just list the 'rare' flights. Admittedly some of the first ones were not very rare for the time when I flew them, but now I think most of the below types are considered to be unusual in passenger service;
1987 ... LHR-MLA ... Air Malta ... Boeing B720
1988 ... MLA-LHR ... Air Malta ... Boeing B720
1996 ... LGW-MAH ... Caledonian ... Lockheed L1011 Tristar
1996 ... MAH-LGW ... Caledoniant... Lockheed L1011 Tristar
1997 ... LGW-MAH ... SkyJet ... Douglas DC10-15
1997 ... MAH-LGW ... SkyJet ... Douglas DC10-15
2005 ... CGN-CGN ... Iran Air ... Boeing B747-186B ... EP-IAM
2006 ... AMS-MSP ... Northwest Airlines ... Douglas DC10-30 ... N234NW
2006 ... LGW-IOM ... BA Connect ... BAe 146-100 ... G-MABR
2007 ... LHR-DAM ... Syrian Arab Airways ... Boeing B747-SP ... YK-AHA
2007 ... DAM-LTK ... Syrian Arab Airways ... Yak 40K ... YK-AQE
2007 ... LTK-DAM ... Syrian Arab Airways ... Yak 40 ... YK-AQB
2007 ... DAM-ALP ... Syrian Arab Airways ... Boeing B727-200 ... YK-AGD
2007 ... DAM-AMM ... Royal Jordanian/Airquarious ... Fokker F28-4000 ... ZS-JES
2007 ... ZAM-JOL ... Asian Spirit ... NAMC YS-11 ... RP-C3339
2007 ... JOL-ZAM ... Asian Spirit ... NAMC YS-11 ... RP-C3339
2007 ... MNL-MPH ... Asian Spirit ... Dash 7-102 ... RP-C2996
2007 ... MPH-MNL ... Asian Spirit ... BAe 146-100 ... RP-C2994
2007 ... MPH-CEB ... Asian Spirit ... CASA/IPTN CN-235-110 ... RP-C5000
I've not mentioned modern day 'uncommon' aircraft which I have flown - like the A342, F50/70/100, D328, Metroliner or B732 etc... because they are not rare enough yet. Give them all another 5 or 10 years, then they will be!
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NG1Fan From Australia, joined Aug 2007, 446 posts, RR: 0
Reply 6, posted (7 years 11 months 3 weeks 6 days 9 hours ago) and read 6357 times:
I can't remember all that clearly, but here are some more exotic destinations/aircraft
Dec 77: Madrid-Rio de Janeiro Aerolinas Argentinas 747 (can't remember the series) and return in Jan 78
Jan '78: Varig DC7 Sao Paolo - Iguacu Waterfalls (whatever the closest airport was) and return
Jul 80: DC8 Europe-JFK (can't remember from which airport) and return
Jul 80: JFK-LAX on DC-10 (can't remember the airline)
Around Europe to various holiday destinations: usually DC-9, entering through the a**.
Jan 94 Shorts BNE-Gladstone-Rockhampton-Mackay, aka 'The Milk Run' on QF. Was hung over to buggery, so the constant up/down really got to me!
May 99: DL 727 ATL-OKC. Recall thinking that I was amazed that these old bangers are still flying...
April 00 F50 Luxair AMS-LUX. Noisy old bird
F70 and F100 on OS VIE-FRA, VIE-SVO, and various other european destinations.
Dash 8-300 and -400 on OS mainly
CRJ-70 and CRJ100 on OS and Lufthansa. My longest flight on CRJ was VIE-Rostov-on-Don nearly three hours, but only 7 pax!
Avro on LH Cityline recently GVA-MUC
IL-86 - Domodedovo Airlines, Aeroflot
Tu134 - Aeroflot, Samara Airlines, Pulkovo Airlines, UTAir, Air Tatarstan
Tu154 - Aeroflot, Pulkovo Airlines, GTK Rossiya, UTAir, Sibir
Yak40 - GTK Rossiya (only once -bloody slow)
Yak42 - Avialiniy Kubani
Aircraft I'd like to fly:
An-24, IL-96, IL62, Tristar, and any Convair bird.
JGPH1A From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 7, posted (7 years 11 months 3 weeks 5 days 7 hours ago) and read 6329 times:
VIntage is entirely relative, but here's some of mine...
02Dec86 CG 633 Safair B707-320 ZS-LSF GFY WKF
22Dec86 CG 630 Safair B707-320 ZS-LSF WKF GFY
07Apr89 UM 162 Air Zimbabwe B707-320 Z-WKV JNB HRE
07Apr89 UM 532 Air Zimbabwe B707-320 Z-WKT HRE FRA
10Apr89 UM 531 Air Zimbabwe B707-320 Z-WKV LGW FRA HRE
11Apr89 UM 165 Air Zimbabwe B707-320 Z-WKR HRE JNB
03Jan83 KL 138 KLM DC8-63 PH-DEH LHR AMS
21Oct92 BA 174 British Airways B747-100 G-AWNG JFK LHR
18Jul97 BA 113 British Airways B747-100 G-AWNL LHR JFK
20Mar98 VS 011 Virgin Atlantic B747-100 G-VMIA LGW BOS
04Sep98 BA 217 British Airways B747-100 G-AWNF LHR IAD
09Sep98 BA 222 British Airways B747-100 G-AWNH IAD LHR
14Aug80 SA 225 SAA B747-200 ZS-SAM LHR LPA JNB
07Dec82 KL 592 KLM B747-200 N7039E JNB NBO AMS
04Jan83 KL 591 KLM B747-200 N7039E AMS NBO JNB
24May88 SA 228 SAA B747-200 ZS-SAO JNB ABJ LHR
28Oct88 SA 286 SAA B747-200 ZS-SAM JNB MRU HKG
29Oct88 SA 287 SAA B747-200 ZS-SAM HKG MRU JNB
04Nov88 SA 286 SAA B747-200 ZS-SAO JNB MRU HKG
05Nov88 SA 287 SAA B747-200 ZS-SAO HKG MRU
06Nov88 SA 193 SAA B747-200 ZS-SAO MRU DUR JNB
23Feb89 SA 252 SAA B747-200 ZS-SAO JNB FRA AMS
07Sep89 SA 260 SAA B747-200 ZS-SAL JNB LIS FCO
13Jul90 SA 261 SAA B747-200 ZS-SAL FCO LIS JNB
25Jul92 SA 9262 SAA B747-200 ZS-SAO JNB BCN ORY
01Aug92 SA 9273 SAA B747-200 ZS-SAP ZRH BCN JNB
04Oct92 SA 201 SAA B747-200 ZS-SAP JNB SID JFK
01Jul93 SA 260 SAA B747-200 ZS-SAP JNB MXP AMS
30Oct94 NZ 017 Air New Zealand B747-200 ZK-NZZ LAX PPT
05Nov94 NZ 017 Air New Zealand B747-200 ZK-NZX PPT RAR AKL
27Nov94 NZ 050 Air New Zealand B747-200 ZK-NZW HNL LAX
24Mar98 VS 012 Virgin Atlantic B747-200 G-VJFK BOS LGW
02Jul98 BA 117 British Airways B747-200 G-BDXH LHR JFK
20Apr00 BA 215 British Airways B747-200 G-BDXD LHR BOS
23Apr00 BA 214 British Airways B747-200 G-BDXK BOS LHR
22Nov00 BA 239 British Airways B747-200 G-BDXJ LHR BOS
26Nov00 BA 238 British Airways B747-200 G-BDXB BOS LHR
19Feb01 BA 212 British Airways B747-200 G-BDXG BOS LHR
08Jul90 AZ 813 Alitalia B747-200M I-DEMD JNB FCO
06Sep90 SA 282 SAA B747-200M ZS-SAR JNB MRU TPE
06Jan96 QF 004 Qantas B747-200M VH-ECC HNL SYD
29Jun88 SA 247 SAA B747SP ZS-SPE MAD JNB
07Sep90 UA 944 United Airlines B747SP N149UA TPE SFO
02Oct90 SA 206 SAA B747SP ZS-SPE GIG CPT JNB
?????71 OU Court Line BAe 1-11 G- LTN PMI
?????71 OU Court Line BAe 1-11 G- PMI LTN
?????72 OU Court Line BAe 1-11 G- LTN PMI
?????72 OU Court Line BAe 1-11 G- PMI LTN
?????73 OU Court Line BAe 1-11 G- LTN PMI
?????73 OU Court Line BAe 1-11 G- PMI LTN
24Mar97 FR 331 European BAe 1-11 G-AVMH LTN DUB
?????68 IB Iberia Caravelle EC- EMA PMI
?????68 IB Iberia Caravelle EC- PMI EMA
??May76 BZ British Airways Viscount G-AOHV LHR GCI
??May76 BZ British Airways Viscount G-AOHV GCI LHR
18Dec93 SU 461 Aeroflot IL-62M RA86588 MLA LAD JNB
LOL, I should have added that all were round trips. If the flights were all through the same airport I didn't bother adding ORD on the return, just the aircraft change if there was one, like ORD-BOS ERJ-145/752, kind of implies a 752 on the return right? By the way, I envy your flight log.
HT From Germany, joined May 2005, 6526 posts, RR: 22
Reply 16, posted (7 years 11 months 1 week 2 days 18 hours ago) and read 6171 times:
I created a MS-ACCESS database back in 1999 and have it in use since (but updated according to new versions of MS-ACCESS). I found the reporting options of ACCESS superior to EXCEL ...
Recently I found that MS is offering a free runtime installation of ACCESS again that allows me to use the database on my homecomputer (without a full ACCESS installation) while the database itself gets maintained on my business computer from time to time.
Too many details, but here's the summary.
552 sectors for 569,772 miles (all as pax).
151 airports (incidently that's the same number as for WILCO737, but he is a professional ...)
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