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Flown On The Same Plane Twice?  
User currently offlineRollingstar101 From United States of America, joined Jul 2009, 29 posts, RR: 0
Posted (6 years 4 months 3 weeks 4 days 15 hours ago) and read 10771 times:

Has anybody flown on the same aircraft with the same registration twice or maybe more. With hundreds of aircraft in an airlines fleet what are the chances of this happening.

I had a recent experience when I was flying home on a 757 and I looked at the registration # (N523UA) and it looked familiar. I checked pics when I got on the plane and sure enough it was the same A/C.

P.S. the first flight was ORD-DCA and the second was PHX-ORD.

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User currently offlinePacNWjet From United States of America, joined Sep 2000, 980 posts, RR: 0
Reply 1, posted (6 years 4 months 3 weeks 4 days 14 hours ago) and read 10758 times:

Quoting Rollingstar101 (Thread starter):
With hundreds of aircraft in an airlines fleet what are the chances of this happening

Depends on the airline and the passenger. For example, there are people who live in Hawaii who fly Hawaiian (or flew Aloha) on inter-island flights regularly for business purposes (in some cases several times a week) or to visit relatives. It would seem to me the odds are quite high that these individuals have flown on the same aircraft on many occasions.

[Edited 2010-01-02 15:02:35]

User currently offlinePlaneguy727 From United States of America, joined Mar 2007, 1315 posts, RR: 1
Reply 2, posted (6 years 4 months 3 weeks 4 days 14 hours ago) and read 10752 times:

I have with special livery planes (US painted as PSA and Piedmont come to mind - been on each one twice).

I want to live in an old and converted 727...
User currently offlineBasilFawlty From Netherlands, joined Jun 2009, 1381 posts, RR: 1
Reply 3, posted (6 years 4 months 3 weeks 4 days 13 hours ago) and read 10740 times:

Quoting Rollingstar101 (Thread starter):
With hundreds of aircraft in an airlines fleet what are the chances of this happening.

Remember that there are more countries in the world then just the US, where in general the airline fleets are smaller so higher chances to end up in the same plane again.

I flew more than one time on the following aircrafts:

Airbus A319-131 G-DBCH 2967
19Jun08 BD102 AMS-LHR
04Nov07 BD102 AMS-LHR

Boeing 737-33V G-EZYS 29342/3127
09Jun04 EZY7002 AMS-LPL
08Nov03 EZY3211 STN-PMI

Boeing 737-306 PH-BDE 23541/1309
16Jan99 KL1606 FCO-AMS
16Jan99 KL1605 AMS-FCO

Boeing 737-7K2 PH-XRB 28256/1298
03Mar04 HV5586 NCE-AMS
14Jul03 HV5566 BOD-AMS

Boeing 737-7K2 PH-XRY 33463/1292
21Jan09 HV5448 BGY-AMS
08Nov03 HV5140 BCN-AMS
08Nov03 HV5895 AMS-STN

'Every year donkeys and mules kill more people than plane crashes'
User currently offlineCrimsonNL From Netherlands, joined Dec 2007, 2151 posts, RR: 26
Reply 4, posted (6 years 4 months 3 weeks 4 days 13 hours ago) and read 10741 times:

Twice on the PH-BFC

6 Years later

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Twice on the OO-VLV

One day later

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Photo © Paul Nichols

Twice on the EI-DES

One day later

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and 4x on the PH-DDZ, but in all fairness, she does bookable flights

Same day

Same day

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I don't really mind getting on the same plane, its kinda fun like in my first example to fly her again after so many years. However you log less registrations which is the only downturn. I know a fellow aviation enthousiast who goes insane when he's about to fly the same reg.


Always comparing your flown types list with mine
User currently offlineDFW13L From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 5, posted (6 years 4 months 3 weeks 4 days 13 hours ago) and read 10734 times:

I have quite a few times now. Here are my favorite times:

N949AN (AA 737-800), I flew it on a Saturday IAD-LAX
On Sunday, the next day, I met my family arrving at SNA. They arrived on N949AN!
A few months later I flew on it again LAX-DFW

My best example, which is actually documented in a trip report, is where I flew on BA's 777 G-VIIY on two different itineraries, in the same exact seat! So I got pictures before and after it switched into the new interior. It also has a really loud squeak when the spoilers go up that they didn't fix in the two years between times that I flew it. I made a thread on that here somewhere in Civil I think.

Here's the link to the trip report, and within the trip report are some before/after shots.

DFW-LHR-DFW On BA To Farnborough (by DFW13L Jul 30 2008 in Trip Reports)

User currently offlineDeltAirlines From United States of America, joined May 1999, 9027 posts, RR: 11
Reply 6, posted (6 years 4 months 3 weeks 4 days 10 hours ago) and read 10710 times:

Per my OpenFlights, I've done the following:

Four flights:
N131DN - Delta 767-300 (LAS-ATL twice, MCO-ATL, ATL-BOS)

Three flights:
N975DL - Delta MD-88 (ATL-MHT, ATL-GSO twice)
N389DA - Delta 737-800 (ATL-PHX, ATL-MSP, GSO-ATL)
N703TW - Delta 757-200 (ATL-ABQ, ABQ-LAS, ATL-LAS)
N956CA - Comair CRJ-100 (BOS-GSO, CVG-CLE, CVG-MSP)
N916DN - Delta MD-90 (ORD-SLC, SLC-ORD twice)

Two flights:
N10801 - Continental MD-80 (BOS-CLE, CLE-MCO)
N124DE - Delta 767-300 (LAS-ATL, SFO-ATL)
N143DA - Delta 767-300 (ATL-LAS, MCO-ATL)
N238WA - Delta 737-200 (ATL-GSO, BOS-MCO)
N316US - Northwest A320 (DTW-MKE, MKE-DTW)
N318US - Northwest A320 (BOS-DTW, DTW-BOS - surprisingly nearly a year apart to the day!)
N335UA - United 737-300 (DEN-GEG, GEG-DEN)
N359NW - Northwest A320 (MSP-LAS, SLC-MSP)
N3731T - Delta 737-800 (CVG-BOS, CVG-LAS)
N3734B - Delta 737-800 (BOS-CVG, GSO-ATL)
N37409 - Continental 737-900 (IAH-PHX, PHX-IAH)
N3742C - Delta 737-800 (CVG-SEA, BOS-CVG)
N374NW - Northwest A320 (MSP-MKE, MKE-MSP)
N3757 - Delta 737-800 (ATL-AUA, CVG-LAS)
N393DA - Delta 737-800 (ATL-MSP, MSP-ATL)
N443CA - Comair CRJ-100 (BOS-GSO, CVG-MSP)
N515US - Northwest 757-200 (LAS-MSP, DTW-BOS)
N556NW - Northwest 757-200 (MSP-FAI, MSP-DTW)
N601DL - Delta 757-200 (LAS-ATL, CVG-LAS)
N603DL - Delta 757-200 (SLC-BOS, LAS-ATL)
N669DN - Delta 757-200 (ONT-ATL, DFW-ATL)
N707SK - SkyWest CRJ-700 (ORD-GEG, GEG-ORD)
N760US - US Airways A319 (BOS-PHL, PHL-MSY)
N762US - US Airways A319 (BOS-DCA, DCA-BOS)
N781CA - Comair CRJ-100 (BOS-GSO twice)
N796CA - Comair CRJ-100 (CVG-MHT, ATL-GSO)
N804CA - Comair CRJ-100 (BOS-RDU, BOS-GSO)
N905DA - Delta MD-90 (LAS-SLC, ORD-SLC)
N908DE - Delta MD-88 (MCO-BOS, MSP-ATL)
N914DL - Delta MD-88 (ATL-MSP, GSO-ATL)
N917DE - Delta MD-88 (ATL-GSO twice)
N930DL - Delta MD-88 (MCO-CVG, ATL-MHT)
N933DL - Delta MD-88 (BOS-CVG, GSO-ATL)
N937DL - Delta MD-88 (GSO-ATL, STL-ATL)
N938DL - Delta MD-88 (GSO-ATL, CVG-MCO)
N958DL - Delta MD-88 (ATL-GSO, GSO-ATL)
N976DL - Delta MD-88 (GSO-ATL, MCO-CVG)
N995DL - Delta MD-88 (MHT-ATL, MHT-CVG).

User currently offlineAndz From South Africa, joined Feb 2004, 8594 posts, RR: 9
Reply 7, posted (6 years 4 months 3 weeks 4 days 6 hours ago) and read 10689 times:
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Quoting BasilFawlty (Reply 3):
Remember that there are more countries in the world then just the US

I'm glad someone realises this.

Maybe more of a challenge would be to ask if you have flown on every plane in an airline's fleet.

With my airline of choice only having 51 aircraft the chances of having flown on the same aircraft more than once are very high.

After Monday and Tuesday even the calendar says WTF...
User currently offlineYflyer From United States of America, joined Feb 2007, 1350 posts, RR: 1
Reply 8, posted (6 years 4 months 3 weeks 4 days 6 hours ago) and read 10684 times:

I flew SMF-SEA and back a few times during the last days of the AS MD-80s. Since they only had a few left at the time, and I was specifically booking MD-80 flights, it's not surprising that I ended up flying on N975AS twice.

I've also done *lots* of flights on my company's corporate air shuttle. Since they have 6 ERJ-135s, and I've flown much more than 6 flights on them, I know I've flown on every one of those aircraft many times.

User currently offlineWestjet!Eh! From Canada, joined Jul 2001, 153 posts, RR: 2
Reply 9, posted (6 years 4 months 3 weeks 4 days 3 hours ago) and read 10659 times:

same place twice when i was on holiday... Flew on a SQ 744 to Singapore and then flew same reg aircraft back home. Same my seat number! I was not happy with it and wanted to fly on different reg,

User currently offline02hilliert From United Kingdom, joined Feb 2007, 527 posts, RR: 0
Reply 10, posted (6 years 4 months 3 weeks 4 days ago) and read 10647 times:

I have a few actually, the most disappointing of which are Ryanair B737-800s. They have so many that I was hoping that I'd never get a repeat!

D-CMNX Manx2.com Dornier 228-202K
1st Flight: 24/05/2009 GLO-JER
2nd Flight: 25/05/2009 IOM-GLO

EI-BYO Aer Arann ATR42-300
1st Flight: 23/04/2008 DUB-CFN
2nd Flight: 23/04/2008 CFN-DUB

EI-CPT Aer Arann ATR42-300
1st Flight: 21/06/2006 LTN-IOM
2nd Flight: 22/06/2006 IOM-LTN

EI-DCO Ryanair B737-800
1st Flight: 18/03/2008 STN-BHD
2nd Flight: 18/03/2008 BHD-STN

EI-DPN Ryanair B737-800
1st Flight: 21/02/2008 STN-ORK
2nd Flight: 27/09/2008 DUB-LTN

G-BEBL British Airways DC10-30
1st Flight: 04/11/1992 ATL-LGW
2nd Flight: 18/02/1996 LGW-IAH

G-BIKA British Airways B757-200
1st Flight: 17/02/1998 LHR-CDG
2nd Flight: 17/02/1998 CDG-LHR

G-BIKX British Airways B757-200
1st Flight: 21/03/1988 LHR-AMS
2nd Flight: 28/08/1993 LHR-EDI

G-BKYB British Airways B737-200
1st Flight: 29/08/1991 LHR-AMS
2nd Flight: 31/08/1991 AMS-LHR

G-BNLN British Airways B747-400
1st Flight: 14/02/1997 LHR-LAX
2nd Flight: 05/08/2001 LGW-IAH
3rd Flight: 15/08/2001 IAH-LGW

G-BNLT British Airways B747-400
1st Flight: 20/02/2002 JFK-LHR
2nd Flight: 06/07/2004 LHR-ORD

G-BNLV British Airways B747-400
1st Flight: 23/02/1997 LAX-LHR
2nd Flight: 24/10/1997 LGW-LUN

G-BPCA Loganair BN-2B-26 Islander
1st Flight: 14/07/2006 KOI-NDY-SOY-KOI
2nd Flight: 14/07/2006 KOI-WRY-PPW-KOI

G-BTNU British World Airlines BAe 146-300
1st Flight: 01/06/1994 LGW-INN
2nd Flight: 08/06/1994 INN-LGW

G-BUSJ British Airways A320-200
1st Flight: 05/12/2007 LHR-NCL
2nd Flight: 06/12/2007 NCL-LHR
3rd Flight: 07/11/2009 LHR-NCL

G-BYGC British Airways B747-400
1st Flight: 19/08/2002 SFO-LHR
2nd Flight: 21/07/2007 LHR-JFK
3rd Flight: 05/02/2009 LHR-MRU

G-CIVM British Airways B747-400
1st Flight: 23/10/1998 LHR-KUL
2nd Flight: 06/09/2008 LHR-JFK

G-CPEL British Airways B757-200
1st Flight: 25/02/1993 GLA-LHR
2nd Flight: 11/02/2006 GLA-LHR

G-CPEM British Airways B757-200
1st Flight: 18/02/2003 ABZ-LHR
2nd Flight: 28/03/2004 LHR-MAN
3rd Flight: 28/03/2004 MAN-LHR

G-EUOG British Airways A319-100
1st Flight: 13/07/2007 LHR-ABZ
2nd Flight: 14/07/2007 GLA-LHR

1st Flight: 05/12/2009 SOU-GCI
2nd Flight: 05/12/2009 GCI-SOU

G-FLTC Jet2 (Flightline) BAe 146-300
1st Flight: 28/06/2006 LGW-MAN
2nd Flight: 28/06/2006 MAN-LGW

G-MARA Monarch Airlines A321-200
1st Flight: 17/04/2009 LTN-MAH
2nd Flight: 17/04/2009 MAH-LTN

G-OZBK Monarch Airlines A320-200
1st Flight: 07/10/2009 LTN-GIB
2nd Flight: 11/10/2009 GIB-LTN

G-RJXN bmi Regional ERJ.145MP
1st Flight: 22/03/2009 LHR-MME
2nd Flight: 22/03/2009 MME-LHR

G-WOWA Air Southwest DHC8 Q300
1st Flight: 05/07/2009 NCL-PLH
2nd Flight: 05/07/2009 PLH-LCY

OE-HBC Euromanx DHC8 Q300
1st Flight: 18/10/2006 LCY-IOM
2nd Flight: 27/03/2008 MAN-IOM

Next Up: Back to the US - Charlotte & Kansas City
User currently offlineEI320 From Ireland, joined Dec 2007, 1665 posts, RR: 1
Reply 11, posted (6 years 4 months 3 weeks 4 days ago) and read 10646 times:

EI-DVG Aer Lingus A320

1st Flight : SNN-LHR
2nd Flight : LHR-SNN
3rd Flight : ACE-ORK

User currently offlineAirtrainer From Belgium, joined Aug 2003, 1564 posts, RR: 11
Reply 12, posted (6 years 4 months 3 weeks 4 days ago) and read 10641 times:

happened to me with TP (don't remember the reg. yet), BRU-LIS and LIS-BRU one week later, on the very same seat.
Like others said, I would have preferred to fly on a different reg.

Life is short : eat dessert first !
User currently offlineAerdingus From Ireland, joined Dec 2006, 3186 posts, RR: 9
Reply 13, posted (6 years 4 months 3 weeks 3 days 23 hours ago) and read 10634 times:

Yep, C-GVKI DUB-SNN-YYZ & back. I wonder if she ever got a proper livery....my first & only A330 flight.

Cabin crew blog http://dolefuldolegirl.blogspot.ie/
User currently offlineHT From Germany, joined May 2005, 6526 posts, RR: 19
Reply 14, posted (6 years 4 months 3 weeks 3 days 22 hours ago) and read 10623 times:

Quoting Rollingstar101 (Thread starter):
Has anybody flown on the same aircraft with the same registration twice or maybe more.

A couple of ...
KL's F50 and F70's.
LH's Airbi
PrivatAir's BBJ HB-JJA
AF's EMB-145
(Incomplete list)

And, only recently, LN-BUD of SK had the honor to serve me for 2 different flight numbers on the same day routing BGO-AES-TRD and TRD-BOO-TOS.

More double usage on the same day:


Carpe diem ! Life is too short to waste your time ! Keep in mind, that today is the first day of the rest of your life !
User currently offlineIsitsafenow From United States of America, joined Feb 2004, 4984 posts, RR: 22
Reply 15, posted (6 years 4 months 3 weeks 3 days 21 hours ago) and read 10615 times:

I'm sorry to say, my list of repeat birds is endless.
N767NC,N770NC and N787NC, a couple of DC9-50's.....Ten trips each according to my log.
For model 30's, N924RW,N1332U,N962N,N964Nand N994Z.....eight times...each bird.
There are four 757's I have been on five times.
The fun repeats are with one airline and years later, the same bird with another.
I have dozen or so of those.

If two people agree on EVERYTHING, then one isn't necessary.
User currently offlineHywel From Sri Lanka, joined Apr 2008, 915 posts, RR: 3
Reply 16, posted (6 years 4 months 3 weeks 3 days 19 hours ago) and read 10604 times:

Just yesterday I flew on the same A321 for 3 flights! BUD-MUC-FRA-LHR

It was scheduled as an A319, A321 then A320 but after some substitutions, I was on the exact same A321 for all 3 legs!

User currently offlineBA319-131 From United Kingdom, joined Jan 2001, 8743 posts, RR: 53
Reply 17, posted (6 years 4 months 3 weeks 3 days 17 hours ago) and read 10588 times:
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Too many times! - just a couple of examples.


07/09/92. BA BA306 LHR CDG 767-336ER G-BNWC
18/02/97. BA BA905 FRA LHR 767-336ER G-BNWC
18/11/04. BA IB7452 BCN LHR 767-336ER G-BNWC
22/05/05. BA BA902 LHR FRA 767-336ER G-BNWC
18/02/06. BA BA478 LHR BCN 767-336ER G-BNWC


25/09/03. BA BA456 LHR MAD A320-232 G-EUUL
09/01/04. BA BA1398 LHR MAN A320-232 G-EUUL
09/05/04. BA BA441 AMS LHR A320-232 G-EUUL
23/05/06. BA BA857 PRG LHR A320-232 G-EUUL



User currently offlineRJLover From Canada, joined Dec 2006, 580 posts, RR: 1
Reply 18, posted (6 years 4 months 3 weeks 3 days 16 hours ago) and read 10576 times:

I've flown the following aircraft more than once...

16 Times.....C-FGRC
14 Times.....C-GONX
10 Times.....C-FTAK
8 Times.....C-GANQ
7 Times.....C-FADF, C-FGQK, C-GANI
5 Times.....C-FACT, C-FSOU

Last Flight(s): YYJ-YVR-YYZ-YHZ Next Flight(s):
User currently offlineVhqpa From Australia, joined Jul 2005, 1607 posts, RR: 1
Reply 19, posted (6 years 4 months 3 weeks 3 days 13 hours ago) and read 10551 times:

Even Twice in one day in some cases

16OCT09 NZ5375 CHC-ZQN ATR 72-500 ZK-MCO
16OCT09 NZ5386 ZQN-CHC ATR 72-500 ZK-MCO

04NOV08 DJ639 PER-BNE 737-8FE VH-VOT
14AUG09 DJ459 BNE-DRW 737-8FE VH-VOT




"There you go ladies and gentleman we're through Mach 1 the speed of sound no bumps no bangs... CONCORDE"
User currently offlineACDC8 From Canada, joined Mar 2005, 8027 posts, RR: 32
Reply 20, posted (6 years 4 months 3 weeks 3 days 13 hours ago) and read 10542 times:

All my flight logs are on my other computer, but I have flown on various same reg aircraft a few times, such as .....

BA B747
BA B737
BA B757
AC Dash 8
AC B767
WS B737
LH A319
LH A320
LH A321
LH B737
CP F28
CP Dash 8

A Grumpy German Is A Sauerkraut
User currently offlineB6JFKH81 From United States of America, joined Mar 2006, 2950 posts, RR: 7
Reply 21, posted (6 years 4 months 3 weeks 2 days 14 hours ago) and read 10495 times:

I can't remember what the legs were, but 4 flights in a row on B6 I was on Blue100. I really started to think the plane was stalking me LOL!

"If you do not learn from history, you are doomed to repeat it"
User currently offlineUltimateDelta From United States of America, joined Sep 2007, 2345 posts, RR: 5
Reply 22, posted (6 years 4 months 3 weeks 2 days 13 hours ago) and read 10485 times:

Most of mine are Midwest 717s...


...but there are others:


Midwest Airlines- 1984-2010
User currently offlineFbgdavidson From United Kingdom, joined Oct 2004, 3831 posts, RR: 26
Reply 23, posted (6 years 4 months 3 weeks 2 days 13 hours ago) and read 10481 times:

The only ones I know of for sure are:

G-VIIG (a BA 777) as I emigrated on it and then a few years later my wife and I flew aboard the same aircraft. My wife was in the same seat that I emigrated in.

B-HUB (a CX 747). Had it on consecutive flights (for me, not the aircraft!) and was in the same seat on each flight. We flew it LHR-HKG and then five days later on HKG-BKK. When we boarded at HKG I noticed the A/C wasn't working (as had been the case leaving LHR) and there was a rather familiar scratch on the PTV ahead of me!

Unless I'm writing a trip report I don't bother looking up the registration but statistically I've flown a few BA's 747-400s more than once.

"My first job was selling doors, door to door, that's a tough job innit" - Bill Bailey
User currently offlinePlymSpotter From Spain, joined Jun 2004, 12166 posts, RR: 56
Reply 24, posted (6 years 4 months 3 weeks 2 days 11 hours ago) and read 10468 times:

Quite a number of times unfortunately, especially with Air Southwest, although that can't be helped due to their small fleet. I only regret duplicates such as the Air China and LAN Chile A340s, where the flights have been intercontinental and spread out by weeks to months, yet I've still scored the same registration twice. Many are same day flights:

x 20:

G-WOWB ... Air Southwest ... Dash 8-300

x 18:

G-WOWD ... Air Southwest ... Dash 8-300

x 15:

G-WOWC ... Air Southwest ... Dash 8-300

x 14:

G-WOWA ... Air Southwest ... Dash 8-300

x 12:

G-WOWE ... Air Southwest ... Dash 8-300

x 5:

D-3429 ... Brausegeier Gliding Association ... ASK-21

x 4:

LN-BRV ... SAS Braathens ... B737-500 (Same Day - Four Consecutive Flights)

x 3:

CS-TGO ... SATA Air Acores ... D228-200K (Same Day - Multistop)
ER-ICB ... Grixona ... Il-18D (Same Day Return - With Extra Stop)
G-BHZH ... Plymouth School of Flying ... C152
HB-IXO ... BAe RJ100 ... x1 Swiss International Airlines
.................................... x2 Swiss European Airlines


4K-AZ75 ... Azerbaijan Airlines ... ATR42-500 (Same Day Return)
B-2385 ... Air China ... A340-313X
CC-CQC ... LAN Chile ... A340-313X
CS-TFJ ... SATA Air Acores ... BAe ATP (Same Day - Open Jaw)
D-6686 ... Brausegeier Gliding Association ... ASK-13
EI-DCM ... Ryanair ... B737-800
EI-JFK ... Aer Lingus ... A330-300
G-BNWW ... British Airways ... B767-300ER
G-BPEK ... British Airways ... B757-200ER
LN-RPJ ... SAS Braathens ... B737-700 (Same Day - Multistop)
PH-KVG ... KLM CityHopper ... Fokker 50
PH-OFI ... KLM CityHopper ... Fokker 100
RP-C3191 ... Cebu Pacific ... A319-100 (Same Day - Multistop)
RP-C3330 ... Asian Spirit ... NAMC YS-11 (Same Day Return)
TF-JMB ... Flugfelag Islands ... Dash 8-100
UR-42366 ... DonbassAero ... Yak 42D
UR-42372 ... DonbassAero ... Yak 42D (Overnight Return)
UR-WRA ... Wind Rose Airlines ... AN-24RV (Same Day Return)
UR-WUA ... WizzAir Ukraine ... A320-200 (Same Day Return)

Dan  Smile

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25 Bartonsayswhat : I'm shocked not to see GONR (841) on this list? I'be been on it about 5 times, surely you've been on it like 17,000 times. No surprise FGRC(821) tops
26 Post contains links and images N776AU : Just once on an actual mainline jet, on an A320 N951LF back when it was in Airtran colors. I flew it ATL-LAS, and then again LAS-ATL View Large View M
27 B747forever : I have flown on: G-CIVC 2x (LHR-LAX and LAX-LHR) G-BNLW 2x (LAX-LHR both times) G-CIVL 2x (LHR-LAX both times)
28 Readytotaxi : Last year I flew LGW-MCO in Club and got G-VIIT out bound, the only 777 at the time out of LGW with the new CW cabin, 8 days later it was waiting at O
29 Alasdair1982 : Had PH-BFA on a KLM booking from AMS - SFO - AMS in 2008
30 ZKEOJ : here are mine: X3 PM Cessna Grand Caravan V3-HFE 7 DEC 1992 SPR-TZA 31 DEC 1992 TZA-SPR 19 JAN 1993 TZA-SPR QO BAe J31 01 AUG 2004 CHC-DUD 06 AUG 2004
31 Adam T. : Yep - flew on a US A321 (N176UW) 3 times actually! CLT-PIT, PIT-SEA on same day, two different flight numbers - this was on a Thursday. Then on the fo
32 Post contains links and images San747 : Twice- N642AW 8/31/07 PHX-SNA 12/3/07 SNA-LAS-PHX View Large View MediumPhoto © Agustin Anaya N838HK 1/22/09 ALB-IAD 1/25/09 ALB-IAD View Large V
33 Zoom1018 : Most recently, twice on A330-200 VN-A369 and perhaps some more but I did not pay attention to registeration before.
34 Daviation : Yes, it has happened to me -- in fact, just last month. I boarded a JetBlue A320 called "Song Sung Blue" in Ft Lauderdale and realized that it was the
35 Falstaff : I have flown on several NW DC-9s mulitiple times.
36 474218 : Please tell me what prompted such a hostile response? I read Rollingstar101 entire post and could not find any reference to a specific country?
37 KingFriday013 : I've taken N678DL twice, a Boeing 757-232 belonging to Delta Air Lines. In 2002 or 2003 (I think), I flew JFK-AUA on her. That was my first Delta and
38 SAAB900 : Too many to list date,route etc but basic details are... x 2: EI-CJE B737-200 Ryanair EI-CJI B737-200 Ryanair EI-CSX B737-800 Ryanair G-UKLD B737-400
39 Isitsafenow : 474218...I think he ment small countries have airlines with smaller fleets. Compare an airline in...... example... Bolivia vs Delta Air in the USA or
40 COEWR2587 : Virgin Atlantic Tinker Bell EWR-LHR-EWR
41 Post contains links and images YXD172 : C-FTDV -- Skyservice (lsd fr First Choice) -- 757-200 View Large View MediumPhoto © Darryl Myers Flew it to LIS and back three weeks later.
42 MHG : My highest "score" is: I´vew flown 4 times with the same aircraft with two different ones: 1) D-AHLI (B 737-500) of Hapag Lloyd Express/Tuifly 2) D-C
43 Azmd80 : I 've flown many times the same AZ md80 on GOA FCO routes. Recently I remember I-DAVL "Reggio Calabria" , that i took both out and inboud flight. Sadl
44 HorizonGirl : I've been on AC's A320 C-FNVU at least three times in her Tango days. Haven't seen her in over five years though. Devon
45 WesternA318 : According to my FlightMemory I'm tied on two difffernt a/c for the 2nd highest amount of flights: N14334 - Continental Airlines 737-3T0 9x!!!! SLC - I
46 Ps76 : Hello(!), Last year when in the States I did a day trip from Chicago OHare to Minneapolis and back on United Express. I was only in Minneapolis airpor
47 Brick : Since 1994, I have 107 aircraft I have flown twice or more. Two I have flown five times: 5x N501UA....Boeing 757....United Airlines  5x N778UA....Boe
48 Babybus : I've been on all the current BA A320's at least twice and a few of them 3 times except one of them. I flew on G-EUUX for the first time last week.
49 MH017 : My list of aircraft flown 20x or more 53x PH-KAN CESSNA 172 KLM Aeroclub 26x PH-BUG BOEING 747-200 KLM Royal Dutch Airlines 21x PH-411 Schleicher K13
50 RAFVC10 : Flown same plane and same day!!! BCN-LIN --> M80 (I-DACT) LIN-LHR --> M80 (I-DACT) And all due a cancellation of my flight to LCY operated by an Avro
51 CGKings317 : Slightly OT, but you flew on a jet that has experienced some interesting history -- see my signature for the reason. ~CGKings317
52 F.pier : Many times. I've also flown twice on EI-CSW, the former registration of Ethiopian 738 which crashed yesterday......
53 F.pier : 5x EI-CSO Boeing 737 Ryanair 4x EI-CSI Boeing 737 Ryanair 4x EI-DAJ Boeing 737 Ryanair 4x EI-DAK Boeing 737 Ryanair 4x EI-DCT Boeing 737 Ryanair 3x EI
54 Akhmad : I have been on the same plane twice on 21 September last year. MS A320-232 SU-GCL.
55 Dba4U : For me flying the same reg twice is always a bit dissapointing, when I'm on the sam bird for the third time however the plane suddenly turns into some
56 Aerdingus : Oh, and N977RY DUB-FAO June 2007. The infamous 50 day stretch of rain in Ireland, which leaked through the aircraft on to me!
57 Dc863 : Yes numerous Pan Am 747s including the dreaded hangar queen ex AA 747-123 Clipper Beacon Light.
58 SpeedbirdEGJJ : My record is 42 sectors on G-GFFA, mainly between Jersey and Gatwick BOEING 737 G-GFFA Jersey Gatwick British Airways 13/11/2002 BOEING 737 G-GFFA Gat
59 ERJ135 : Many years ago I flew very frequently on Ansett Air NSW on flights from Sydney to rural towns and cities across the state of NSW. As the airline had a
60 UltimateDelta : As a result of RW's takeover of YX, I guess I can add an ERJ-170: N873RW
61 ThirtyEcho : Only twice? N59SW seemed to be stalking me many years ago. I'll bet that there are many on this board who had the same experience with this airplane.
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