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User currently offlineSRQKEF From Iceland, joined Jun 2011, 904 posts, RR: 1
Posted (3 years 2 months 2 weeks 17 hours ago) and read 5754 times:

Continuing from the airline thred. A/c in () are types I'm booked on but haven't flown yet. Same with airlines in ().

Airbus:
A319-100 - British Airways, Germanwings
A320-200 - (Air Asia), (Avianca), EasyJet, (EgyptAir), JetBlue, Vueling
(A330-200) - (Avianca)
(A340-300) - (Lufthansa)
(A380-800) - (Emirates)

ATR:
ATR42-300 - Air Iceland

Avro:
ARJ85 - Lufthansa CityLine, (Star Peru)

Boeing:
B717-200 - AirTran
B737-200 - (Peruvian), US Air
B737-300 - Southwest
B737-300W - Southwest
B737-400 - Icelandair, US Airways
B737-500 - (EgyptAir), Southwest
B737-700 - Southwest
B737-700W - AirTran, Southwest
B737-800W - Flyglobespan
(B737-900W) - (United)
B747-300 - Air Atlanta Icelandic
(B747-400) - (Cathay Pacific), (Thai)
B757-200 - Icelandair, Loftleidir, Song/Delta, Thomson
B757-300 - Icelandair
B757-300W - Icelandair
B767-200ER - Thomson
B767-300ER - British Airways, Icelandair, (United)
(B777-200) - (Thai)
(B777-200LR) - (Delta)
(B777-300) - (Thai)
(B777-300ER) - (Emirates)

Bombardier:
CRJ-700 - American Eagle

De Haviland:
DHC8-100 - Air Iceland

Dornier:
Do228 - Landsflug

Fairchild:
FC227 Metro III - Air Iceland

Fokker:
F50 - Air Iceland

McDonnell Douglas:
MD81 - SAS
MD82 - SAS

Regards,
Sveinn TH.


Flights flown: 289 - Airlines: 41 - Airports: 66 - Next flights: RKV-AEY-RKV, KEF-EWR-MCO, SRQ-LGA, JFK-KEF
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User currently offlinespacecadet From United States of America, joined Sep 2001, 3674 posts, RR: 12
Reply 1, posted (3 years 2 months 2 weeks 16 hours ago) and read 5746 times:

Mine probably won't be that long, as I tend to fly the same routes going back to when I was a kid. I don't remember all the airlines I flew these on, but I remember flying them and looking at the safety cards. I'll note the airlines where I remember them.

Boeing:
727-100 (United)
727-200 (United)
737-100 (United?)
737-200 (PeoplExpress)
737-800 (Delta)
747-100 (ANA, United)
747-400 (ANA, JAL, United, Northwest, British Airways)
757-200 (Delta, TWA, American)
767-200 (United)
777-300ER (ANA, JAL)

McDonnell Douglas:
DC-8-63 (United)
DC-9-10 (???)
DC-9-30 (Hughes Airwest)
DC-9-80 (before it was called MD-8X) (American)
MD-82 (???)
MD-83 (???)
DC-10-10 (World Airways)
DC-10-30 (United)

Airbus:
A319 (Delta)
A320 (Delta)

Embraer:
EMB-120 Brasilia (Skywest)

Canadair:
CRJ-900 (Delta Connection)

Bombardier:
Q400 (Horizon)



I'm tired of being a wanna-be league bowler. I wanna be a league bowler!
User currently offlineRJLover From Canada, joined Dec 2006, 578 posts, RR: 1
Reply 2, posted (3 years 2 months 2 weeks 16 hours ago) and read 5744 times:

Boeing 777-300ER (Air Canada)
Boeing 777-200LR (Air Canada)
Boeing 767-300ER (Air Canada)
Boeing 757-200 (Delta Air Lines)
Airbus A330-300 (Air Canada)
Airbus A321-200 (Air Canada)
Airbus A320-200 (Air Canada)
Airbus A319-100 (Air Canada)
Embraer 190 (Air Canada)
Embraer 170/175 (Air Canada and Shuttle America)
Embraer 145XR (ExpressJet)
Bombardier CRJ-705 (CRJ-900, but certified with few seats) (Air Canada Jazz)
Bombardier CRJ-700 (GoJet)
Bombardier CRJ-100/200 (Air Canada Jazz)
Bombardier Dash 8-Q400 (Air Canada Jazz and Horizon Air)
de Havilland Dash 8-300 (Air Canada Jazz)
de Havilland Dash 8-100 (Air Canada Jazz)
Beechcraft B1900D (Air Georgian and EVAS)



Last Flight(s): YHZ-YUL-YOW-YWG-YVR // YVR-YYZ // YYZ-YUL-YHZ
User currently offlineflymia From United States of America, joined Jun 2001, 7280 posts, RR: 6
Reply 3, posted (3 years 2 months 2 weeks 16 hours ago) and read 5740 times:

Boeing:
717: Air Tran
727-200: Delta
737-200: Bahamasair
737-300: ATA
737-400: US Airways, Czech Airways
737-800: ATA, American
747-300: Iberia
747-400: Virgin Atlantic, El Al, British Airways
747-400ER: Qantas
757-200: American, Delta, British Airways
767-300: American, Delta, United, Qantas, El Al
777-200: American, British Airways

Airbus:
A300: American
A319: NK, Northwest Airlines
A320: Jet Blue, Vueling, British Airways, Northwest, Swiss, Delta
A321: Spanair
A330: Swiss

Douglas:
MD-80: American, Alaska
MD-88: Delta
DC-9-32: Northwest
DC-9-51 Delta

Others:
ERJ-190: Jet Blue
CRJ-200: NW Airlink, ASA (DL)
ATR-42: American Eagle
ATR-72: American Eagle
ERJ-135: American Eagle
Cessna 206: Private
Cessna Sovereign: Private
Grumman Mallard 73T: Chalks Ocean Airways



"It was just four of us on the flight deck, trying to do our job" (Captain Al Haynes)
User currently offlineLGWflyer From United Kingdom, joined Mar 2011, 2348 posts, RR: 1
Reply 4, posted (3 years 2 months 2 weeks 16 hours ago) and read 5740 times:

Boeing 737-400 - British Airways, US Airways
Boeing 737-700 - easyJet
Boeing 737-800 - Excel Airways, Air Europa, Norwegian Air Shuttle
Boeing 757-200 - First Choice, Monarch
Airbus A320-200 - First Choice
Airbus A330-200 - Thomas Cook UK
Airbus A330-300 - US Airways
de Havilland Dash 8-Q400 - FlyBe
McDonnell Douglas MD-90-30 - British Jet
Canadair CL-600-2D24 Regional Jet CRJ-900ER - US Airways (Mesa)



3 words... I Love Aviation!!!
User currently offlinejonathanxxxx From United States of America, joined Feb 2011, 673 posts, RR: 1
Reply 5, posted (3 years 2 months 2 weeks 15 hours ago) and read 5735 times:

Again, not that much..
Embraer 190- Jetblue
Airbus A3320- Jetblue
Boing 737- Southwest, American Airlines, Delta
Beoing 757- American Airlines, Delta
Boeing 767- American Airlines
Airbus A319- Spirit


User currently offlineeicvd From Ireland, joined Mar 2008, 2193 posts, RR: 5
Reply 6, posted (3 years 2 months 2 weeks 15 hours ago) and read 5730 times:

Like my airports & airline list, my aircraft list isnt long either
737-500 Aer Lingus
737-700 Primera Air
737-800 Primera Air, Ryanair, Futura
757-200 BMI British Midland/Astraeus
A319 BMI British Midland
A320 Aer Lingus, BMI British Midland
A321 BMI British Midland


User currently offlineB747forever From Sweden, joined May 2007, 17152 posts, RR: 10
Reply 7, posted (3 years 2 months 2 weeks 15 hours ago) and read 5730 times:

747-400 (BA, LH, DL)
747-400M (KL)
777-200ER (CO)
767-400ER (CO)
767-300ER (BA)
767-300 (DL)
767-200ER (AA)
757-300W (CO)
757-300 (DL)
757-200W (CO)
757-200 (BA)
737-900ER (CO)
737-900W (KL)
737-800W (CO, DY)
737-700W (KL, TUIfly)
737-600 (SK)
737-500W (CO)
737-500 (HLX)
737-400 (US)
737-300W (DY)
737-300 (DY)
A321-200 (JK, LH)
A320-200 (BA, LH, US)
A319-100 (BA, LH)
A300-600 (LH)
MD81 (SK)
MD87 (City Airline)
Fokker 100 (OS)
Fokker 70 (OS)
Fokker 50 (BT)
Dash 8-Q400NG (BT)
BAe 146-200 (TF)
BAe Avro RJ100 (TF)
BAe Jetstream J32 (Direktflyg)
Embraer ERJ 170SE (Shuttle America)
Embraer 120 Brasilia. (Skywest USA)


Will be adding the A330-300, MD-11, CRJ 700 and MD88 to my log when flying to LAX in about two months.



Work Hard, Fly Right
User currently offlineaerorobnz From Rwanda, joined Feb 2001, 7396 posts, RR: 16
Reply 8, posted (3 years 2 months 2 weeks 5 hours ago) and read 5700 times:

Total Aircraft type 38

1.Boeing 737-300
2.Airbus 340-211
3.ATR 72-500
4.BOEING 747-400
5.Boeing 777-200ER
6.Airbus 380-800
7.Airbus 320-200
8.Airbus 330-200
9.Airbus 310-300
10.Boeing 767-300ER
11.Airbus 340-300
12.Boeing 777-300
13.Dehavilland DH3 Otter Floatplane
14.Airbus 319-100
15.Dash 8-300
16.Boeing 737-800
17.Airbus 321-100
18.McDonnell Douglas-82
19.McDonnell Douglas-83
20.Boeing 737-500
21.Boeing 737-200
22.Embraer 175
23.Boeing 737-700
24.Boeing 737-400
25.Boeing 737-900
26.Boeing 767-200ER
27.Boeing 757-300
28.Douglas DC9-51
29.McDonnell Douglas MD-88
30.Fokker 100
31.Boeing 747-200
32.Boeing 777-300ER
33.Cessna 206
34.Beech 1900D
35.Embaer Banderainte
36.Bombardier Dash 8 Q300
37.Fokker F27-500
38. Douglas DC3


User currently offlineMortyman From Norway, joined Aug 2006, 4099 posts, RR: 1
Reply 9, posted (3 years 2 months 2 weeks 2 hours ago) and read 5688 times:

1.Airbus 300 – 600
2.Airbus 310
3.Airbus 318
4.Airbus 319 – 100
5.Airbus 320 – 200
6.Airbus 321 – 200
7.Airbus 330 – 200
8.Airbus 330 – 300
9.Airbus 340 – 313X (E)
10.Airbus 380 – 800
11.Boeing 707
12.Boeing 727 – 100
13.Boeing 727 – 200
14.Boeing 737 – 200
15.Boeing 737 – 300
16.Boeing 737 – 400
17.Boeing 737 – 500
18.Boeing 737 – 600
19.Boeing 737 – 700
20.Boeing 737 – 800
21.Boeing 737 – 900
22.Boeing 747 – 100
23.Boeing 747 – 200
24.Boeing 747 – 300
25.Boeing 747 – 400
26.Boeing 757 – 200
27.Boeing 767 – 200
28.Boeing 767 – 300
29.Boeing 767 – 300 ER
30.Boeing 777 – 200
31.Boeing 777 – 300 ER
32.Douglas DC 8
33.Douglas DC 9 – 10
34.Douglas DC 9 – 20
35.Douglas DC 9 – 30
36.Douglas DC 9 – 40
37.Douglas DC 9 – 50
38.Douglas DC 10
39.McDonald Douglas MD 81
40.McDonald Douglas MD 82
41.McDonald Douglas MD 83
42.McDonald Douglas MD 87
43.McDonald Douglas MD 88
44.McDonald Douglas MD 90-30
45.McDonald Douglas MD 11
46.Fokker 27 Friendship
47.Fokker 28 Fellowship
48.Fokker 50
49.Fokker 70
50.Fokker 100
51.Lockheed L1011 Tristrar
52.Canadair CRJ 700
53.Canadair CRJ 900
54.Sud est Caravelle
55.Dash 8 – 300
56.Dash 8 q 400
57.Saab 340
58.ATR 72 – 212
59.ATR 72 - 500
60.Bae 146 – 300
61.Embraer EMB110P1 Bandeirante


User currently offlineSomedayTrijet From Ecuador, joined Nov 2010, 142 posts, RR: 0
Reply 10, posted (3 years 2 months 2 weeks 2 hours ago) and read 5682 times:

ATR:
ATR 72-500 (Bangkok Airways)

Airbus:
Airbus A319-100 (Air China)
Airbus A320-200 (Nouvelair)
Airbus A321-200 (Novair)
Airbus A330-200 (Aeroflot)
Airbus A330-300 (Aeroflot, Thomas Cook)

Embraer:
Embraer E195LR (WindRose Aviation)

Boeing:
Boeing 737-600 (SAS)
Boeing 737-700 (SAS)
Boeing 737-800 (Ryanair)
Boeing 757-200 (Icelandair)
Boeing 757-300 (Icelandair)
Boeing 767-300ER (Aerosvit)

Saab:
Saab 340 (Gotlandsflyg)



Flown on: ATR72-5, Q300, E190, E195, A319/20/21, A332/3, 734/6/G/8, 744, 752/3, 763ER, 772ER/LR
User currently offlinewilco737 From Greenland, joined Jun 2004, 9119 posts, RR: 76
Reply 11, posted (3 years 2 months 2 weeks 2 hours ago) and read 5682 times:
AIRLINERS.NET CREW
HEAD MODERATOR

Only 39:

1 Boeing 737-300 662 400.474 km 28,7 %
2 Boeing 737-500 543 345.230 km 23,6 %
3 McDonnell Douglas-11F 347 1.608.962 km 15,1 %
4 Boeing 737-800 127 232.316 km 5,5 %
5 Airbus 321 111 49.933 km 4,8 %
6 Boeing 747-400 105 752.226 km 5,0 4,6 %
7 Airbus 300 66 31.525 km 2,9 %
8 Airbus 320 65 40.862 km 2,8 %
9 BE33 64 10.458 km 2,8 %
10 PA28 43 1.515 km 1,9 %
11 Boeing 737-700 38 38.844 km 1,6 %
12 Airbus 319 29 21.611 km 1,3 %
13 PA 42 Cheyenne 17 3.958 km 0,7 %
14 Airbus 340-300 14 100.540 km 0,6 %
15 BAe 146 9 4.483 km 0,4 %
16 Airbus 330-300 7 49.362 km 0,3 %
17 Boeing 757-200 7 12.270 km 0,3 %
18 CR7 6 3.300 km 0,3 %
19 Airbus 340-600 6 44.756 km 0,3 %
20 ATR 72 6 1.654 km 0,3 %
21 Airbus 310 4 6.644 km 0,2 %
22 Boeing 737-200 4 7.472 km 0,2 %
23 BAe Avro 4 1.167 km 0,2 %
24 Dash 8 3 978 km 0,1 %
25 Fokker 100 2 2.018 km 0,1 %
26 Canadair 200 2 1.198 km 0,1 %
27 Embraer 190 2 3.379 km 0,1 %
28 Boeing 767-300 2 10.992 km 0,1 %
29 Boeing 737-600 2 958 km 0,1 %
30 Boeing 727 2 2.402 km 0,1 %
31 Embraer 135 2 1.062 km 0,1 %
32 Junkers 52 1 180 km 0,0 %
33 McDonnell Douglas-88 1 404 km 0,0 %
34 McDonnell Douglas-87 1 1.494 km 0,0 %
35 Embraer 120 Brasilia 1 209 km 0,0 %
36 Marchetti SF-260 1 0 km 0,0 %
37 Boeing 777-300ER 1 3.349 km 0,0 %
38 Boeing 777-200 1 8.472 km 0,0 %
39 Boeing 777-200LR 1 3.349 km 0,0 %

wilco737
  



It it's not Boeing, I am not going.
User currently offlineaerdingus From Ireland, joined Dec 2006, 2866 posts, RR: 15
Reply 12, posted (3 years 2 months 2 weeks 2 hours ago) and read 5680 times:

Airbus:

A300-600 Monarch
A310-300 Air Transat
A320-200 Aer Lingus
A330-300 Skyservice

Boeing

737 Aer Lingus, Futura
737-800 Futura, Ryanair
777-200 British Airways

Will soon be adding a BA 744   



Cabin crew blog http://dolefuldolegirl.blogspot.ie/
User currently offlinetrintocan From United Kingdom, joined Apr 2000, 3258 posts, RR: 4
Reply 13, posted (3 years 2 months 2 weeks 1 hour ago) and read 5673 times:

My list...

AIRBUS
A300B - Air France, Eastern
A300-600 - American
A319 - British Airways, EasyJet, Lufthansa Italia (incl operated by BMI)
A320-100 - British Airways
A320-200 - Air Jamaica, Iberia, British Airways, First Choice (incl operated by SkyService)
A340-300 - BWIA

BOEING
707 - BWIA, Pan Am
727-100 - Eastern
727-200 - Eastern, American, United
737-200 - Frontier, Air Caribbean
737-300 - United, BMI Baby
737-400 - Futura
737-700 - EasyJet
737-800 - Ryanair, Caribbean Airlines
747SP - United
747-400 - Malaysia Airlines
757-200 - United, Thomsonfly, Thomson Airways
767-300ER - British Airways
777-200ER - British Airways
777-200LR - Air Canada
777-300ER - Air Canada

FOKKER
F50 - KLM Cityhopper
F70 - KLM Cityhopper
F100 - KLM Cityhopper

McDONNELL DOUGLAS
DC-8-60 - United, Air Canada
DC-9-30 - BWIA, Air Canada, Aeropostal (as in Lineas Aeropostal Venezolana, not the current Alas de Venezuela), Eastern
DC-9-50 - BWIA
MD80 - BWIA, American, SAS
MD90 - Blue1

BOMBARDIER
Dash 8 100 - BWIA, LIAT
Dash 8 Q300 - BWIA, Bwee Express, Tobago Express, Caribbean Airlines

HAWKER SIDDELEY / BAe
HS748 - Trinidad & Tobago Air Services (TTAS), BWIA

SAAB
SF 340 - American Eagle

SHORT
SD 360 - Air Jamaica Express

NAMC
YS11 - Air Caribbean

LOCKHEED
L-1011 TriStar - BWIA, Eastern

Regards,
Trintocan.



Hop to it, fly for life!
User currently offlinelppr95 From Portugal, joined Mar 2010, 100 posts, RR: 0
Reply 14, posted (3 years 2 months 2 weeks 1 hour ago) and read 5672 times:

Airbus:
A310-300 S4 x2
A319-100 TP x4, JJ x1
A320-200 TP x2, X3 x2, LH x1, AB x1, HG x1, TU x1
A321-100 LH x2
A321-200 TP x1
A330-200 TP x2, OBS x2
A340-600 IB x1

Boeing:
737-200 TP x2
737-300 TP x4, WH x2
737-500 LH x1
737-600 TU x1
737-700 LG x1
737-800 FR x5, TO x2, AB x1, LG x1
757-200 AA x1

British Aerospace ATP: SP x2

Bombardier:
CRJ900 YW x2

Embraer:
ERJ145 TP (NI) x1

Fokker:
F100 TP (NI) x4



"Cathay 018, expect very late landing clearance, 747 departing ahead", tower said.
User currently offlineMichaelEI From Ireland, joined Jan 2011, 155 posts, RR: 0
Reply 15, posted (3 years 2 months 2 weeks ago) and read 5666 times:

Airbus

A300-600 - Monarch
A319-100 - bmi British Midland
A320-200 - Aer Lingus, bmi British Midland, Eurocypria, Cyprus Airways, MyTravel, Strategic Airlines Luxembourg.
A321-200 - Aer Lingus
A330-200 - Monarch

Boeing

737-800 - Ryanair, Eurocypria, Thomson (op. Sunwing).
747-400 - Virgin Atlantic
757-200 - Continental Airlines (Winglets), Delta, Thomson (Winglets), Monarch
767-300 - AviaJet, United, Delta (Winglets)
767-400 - Delta
777-200 - United

Bombardier

Dash 8-Q400 - Continental Connection - Colgan Air

Candair

CRJ-200 - Delta Connection (ASA), United Express (Mesa)
CRJ-700 - Delta Connection (ASA), United Express (Mesa)

McDonnell-Douglas

MD-88 - Delta


User currently offlinedeltamartin From Sweden, joined Dec 2010, 1061 posts, RR: 7
Reply 16, posted (3 years 2 months 2 weeks ago) and read 5665 times:

Airbus:
A319 ( SK )
A320 ( BA )
A321 ( SK, JK, AY )
A343 ( SK )

BAe:
ARJ85 ( TF )
ARJ100 ( TF )

Boeing:
B733 ( DY )
B736 ( SK )
B738 ( SK, FR, DY )
B752 ( FI )
B763 ( SK, BA )

Bombardier:
CRJ9 ( SK )
DH84 ( BT, BE )

Fokker:
F28 ( KF )
F50 ( DM )

McDonnell-Douglas
M11 ( AY )
M80 ( SK )
M87 ( CF )

Others:
L410 ( NM )
SD360 ( Holmstroem Air )
S2000 ( DC, V3 )

I have flights booked on:
A333
A388
B73W
S340
AT4
ATP



[Edited 2011-10-16 05:37:25]

[Edited 2011-10-16 05:49:48]

User currently offlineUltimateDelta From United States of America, joined Sep 2007, 2169 posts, RR: 6
Reply 17, posted (3 years 2 months 1 week 6 days 19 hours ago) and read 5624 times:

Aeronca (yes, I'm putting every aircraft on this list!):
7AC Champion

Airbus:
A320-200 (NW, UA)
A330-300 (NW)

Boeing:
717-200 (YX)
727-200 (DL)
737-200/300/500/800 (200- DL, 300/500- UA, 800- DL, CO)
747-400 (LH, UA)
757-200 (DL, UA)
767-200ER/300ER/400ER (200- CO, 300- DL, AA, 400 -CO)

Bombardier:
CRJ-100/200/440 (OH, 9E, EV)
CRJ-700 (OO, EV)
CRJ-900 (9E, EV)
Dash 8 Q400 (9L)

Cessna:
150G
172G/N

Douglas:
DC-9-10 (YX)
DC-9-30 (YX, NW)

Embraer:
ERJ-145 (XE)
ERJ-170 (RW)
ERJ-190 (RW)

Fokker:
F100 (AA)

McDonnell Douglas:
MD-81 (CO)
MD-82 (AA)
MD-88 (DL)

Piper:
PA-28 Cherokee/Arrow
J-3 Cub

Van's Aircraft:
RV-6

[Edited 2011-10-16 10:13:21]


Midwest Airlines- 1984-2010
User currently offlineYflyer From United States of America, joined Feb 2007, 1102 posts, RR: 1
Reply 18, posted (3 years 2 months 1 week 6 days 17 hours ago) and read 5615 times:

Airbus:
A319 -- United
A320 -- United, Northwest, JetBlue

Boeing:
737-300 -- Southwest, United, Continental
737-400 -- Alaska
737-500 -- United, Continental
737-700 -- Southwest
737-800 -- Continental, Delta
737-900 -- Continental
747-400 -- Lufthansa
757-200 -- United, Delta, Continental
767-600 -- Continental
777-200 -- United

Bombardier:
CRJ-100/200 -- ASA, Skywest, Mesa, Pinnacle
CRJ-700 -- Skywest, Mesa, GoJet

British Aerospace:
BAe 146 -- Air Wisconsin

DeHavilland Canada
DHC-2 Beaver -- Cordova Flying Service

Embraer
EMB-120 -- Skywest
ERJ-135 -- My employer's corporate shuttle
ERJ-145 -- ExpressJet
E170 -- Shuttle America

McDonnell Douglas:
MD-83 -- Alaska
MD-88 -- Delta

Piper:
PA-31 Navajo -- Denali Air Tours

Saab:
340 -- Mesaba


User currently offlineteva From France, joined Jan 2001, 1875 posts, RR: 15
Reply 19, posted (3 years 2 months 1 week 6 days 16 hours ago) and read 5611 times:

707 LAn Chile
DC8 French Air Force
Caravelle SE210 French Air Force
TU134 Aviogenex
Dart Herald : Chanel Express
732 Lan & ladeco
733, 734, 735, 738, 737: various operators
727 Ladeco, Fx
757: BA
767: BA, KLM, DL, BI
777( various models): AF, EK
DC10: NW
MD11: SR, FX, KL,
DC9: NW (of course    )
Various MD80s
A300: Air Inter
A310: Air Inter, AF, LH, ...
A318, 319, 320, 321: various operators
A340 LH, AF
A330: NW, KL, AF,
F100: FU, air UK, KLM UK, SR
shorts 330 & 360
ATP
jetstram
ATR42 & 72: FU, Air Tahiti,
BAE146 & Avro: Buzz, cityjet, SR

+ 3 helicopters (Alouette III, Super Puma, ecureuil)



Ecoute les orgues, Elles jouent pour toi...C'est le requiem pour un con
User currently offlineYflyer From United States of America, joined Feb 2007, 1102 posts, RR: 1
Reply 20, posted (3 years 2 months 1 week 6 days 12 hours ago) and read 5596 times:

Quoting Yflyer (Reply 18):
767-600 -- Continental

It's too late to edit and fix that typo -- that should be 767-200.


User currently offlineABQ747 From United States of America, joined Dec 2006, 855 posts, RR: 1
Reply 21, posted (3 years 2 months 1 week 6 days 11 hours ago) and read 5586 times:

Airbus

A319 (Frontier)
A320 (America West)
A380-800 (Qantas)

Boeing

717-200 (Hawaiian)
727-200 (Allegro, Delta)
737-200 (Aloha, Southwest)
737-300 (America West, Continental, Southwest, United)
737-400 (Qantas)
737-500 (Continental)
737-700 (Continental, Southwest)
737-800 (Continental, Delta)
737-900 (Continental)
737-900ER (Continental)
747-200 (United)
747-400 (Qantas)
757-200 (American, Continental, Delta, United, US Airways)
757-300 (Continental)
767-300ER (American, United)

Bombardier

CRJ-200 (SkyWest)
CRJ-900 (SkyWest)
Q300 (QantasLink/Sunstate Airlines)

Embraer

ERJ-140 (American Eagle)
ERJ-145XR (ExpressJet)
E-170 (Shuttle America)

McDonnell Douglas

DC-10 (American, Northwest)
MD-82 (American)
MD-83 (American)
MD-90 (Delta)



The reason New Mexico is so windy is because Texas sucks and Arizona blows.
User currently offlineWhatUsaid From United States of America, joined Feb 2007, 668 posts, RR: 0
Reply 22, posted (3 years 2 months 1 week 6 days 10 hours ago) and read 5583 times:

F-27 Pacific; Air Wisconsin; Swift Aire
CV 340 United
CV 580 Frontier, Golden Gate
DC6B United
DH7 Golden Gate, Golden West
DH8 Stateswest, Hoirzon, Air Canada Jazz
DH4 Air Canada Jazz, Horizon, Colgan
Electra Western
F28 Horizon, AIr 21
BAC111 Pacific Express, Aloha
BAC146 Westair, PSA
707 Western
720 United
720B Western
727-100 United
727-200 United, Delta, PSA
737-100 United, Frontier, Air California, Funjet, WinAir
737-300 United, Southwest, Air One
737-400 Alaska
737-500 United
737-700 American, Aeromexico, Virgin Australia
737-800 Continental
737-900 Continental
757-200 United, American, British Airways
757-300 Continental
777 United, Air Canada, American
L1011 - Delta
DC 8's - United, Canadian Pacific
DC10 - United
DC11 - American
747's - ANA, United, JAL, Singapore, Qantas, Pan AM, Cathay Pacific, Virgin Atlantic, Canadian Pacific, AIr Canada
319 Mexicana, United, US Airways, Virgin America
320 Mexicana, United, US Airways, Northwest, Jetstar, Virgin America
321 Jetstar, US Airways
DC9-10 Bonanza, Hughes AIrwest, Hawaiian
DC90-20 Allegiant
DC-30 Northwest, Hughes AIrwestm Hawaiian
DC9-50 Allegiant, Hawaiian
MD-80 Delta, PSA, American, Alaska, Allegiant
MD-90 Delta
EMB 110 - WestAir
EMB 120 - Skywest, Mesa
E135 - American Eagle
E140 - American Eagle
E145 - ExpressJet
E170 - United Express
E175 - Air Canada Jazz
E190 - Air Canada
CRJ100/200 - Skywest, PSA (US Airways)
CRJ 700 - Skywest (United), Horizon
CRJ 900 - Skywest, Mesa
F100 - American, Mesa
Metroliner - Golden Gate, Skywest, Inland Empire
ATR 42 - American Eagle
ARR 72 - American Eagle, Mt Cook Airways
Saab340 - American Eagle
YS-11 Mid Pacific
Beech1900D- Stateswest, Great Lakes
Piper Navajo - Westair

...and I'm sure that I'm missing more than a few others...

[Edited 2011-10-16 19:18:28]

User currently offlineYVRLTN From Canada, joined Oct 2006, 2560 posts, RR: 0
Reply 23, posted (3 years 2 months 1 week 6 days 9 hours ago) and read 5576 times:

Airbus

A310-300 ... Air Transat
A319-100 ... Air Canada, BMI British Midland, US Airways (HP), easyJet & Germanwings
A320-200 ... GB Airways (BA), British Airways, Lufthansa, Air Canada, US Airways (HP) & BMI British Midland
A321-200 ... BMI British Midland & Air Canada
A330-200 ... Thomas Cook Airlines UK (Air Transat booked)
A330-300 ... Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia & Air Canada
A340-300 ... Virgin Atlantic, BWIA, Air Canada & Lufthansa
A380-800 ... Air France

Beech
1900C/C1 ... Pacific Coastal Airlines

Bell
407 ... Niagara Helicopters

Boeing
737-200 ... Kenya Airways
737-300 ... easyJet, easyJet Switzerland, Hola Airlines, Kenya Airways, Air Malawi, US Airways (HP) & Air Malawi
737-500 ... CSA Czech Airlines
737-600 ... Westjet
737-700 ... easyJet & Westjet
737-800 ... Ryanair, BWIA, Westjet, Continental Airlines & American Airlines
747-200 ... Airtours International (leased from NZ)
747-400 ... British Airways & ANA All Nippon Airlines
757-200 ... Monarch Airlines & British Airways
767-200 ... Air Canada
767-200ER ... Air Canada
767-300ER ... Air Canada, British Airways & Zoom Airlines
777-200ER ... American Airlines
777-200LR ... Air Canada

Bombardier
CRJ-705 ... Air Canada Jazz
Dash 8Q-400 ... LGW Walter (opf AB)

Cessna
152 ... Professional Pacific Flying Club
180 ... Georgian Bay Airways
208B Grand Caravan ... Coastal Aviation

Douglas
DC3 ... Flagship Detroit Foundation

Embraer
ERJ135 ... American Eagle
ERJ190 ... Air Canada

Eurocopter
EC130 ... Grand Canyon Helicopters

Fokker
F50 ... VLM
F100 ... American Airlines & EUjet

Lockheed
L1011 Tristar ... British Airtours & BWIA

McDonnell Douglas
DC10-30 ... JMC Air
MD83 ... British Island Airways & American Airlines



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User currently offlinesignol From United Kingdom, joined Oct 2007, 3025 posts, RR: 8
Reply 24, posted (3 years 2 months 1 week 6 days 9 hours ago) and read 5574 times:

Airbus:
A319
A320
A321
A330
A345
A380 - booked for December

Boeing:
B727
B737
B747
B767
B777

British Aerospace:
BAe146

Canadair:
Dash 8

de Havilland:
Dragon Rapide

Embraer:
E145

Fokker:
F27
F50
F70
F100

McDonnell Douglas:
DC10
MD11
MD80
MD83

signol



Flights booked: none :(
25 CXB77L : Airbus: A300B4-200 (Qantas) A330-200 (Qantas) A330-300 (Cathay Pacific, Qantas) A340-300 (Singapore Airlines) Boeing: 737-400 (Qantas) 737-800 (Qantas
26 NWADC9 : Airbus A318-100 A319-100 A320-200 Avro RJ-85 Beechcraft 1900D Boeing 717-200 727-200 737-300 737-500 737-700 737-800? 747-100 747-200 747-400 757-200
27 aivisavia : Boeing B737-200Adv B737-300 B737-500 B737-800 Airbus A319-100 A320-200 A321-200 Fokker F50 Embraer ERJ 145
28 UALWN : ATR 72 (Binter Canarias) Embraer 120 (United Express / SkyWest?) Embraer 135 (Delta Connection / Chautauqua) Embraer 175 (US Airways Express / Republi
29 Loran : Here is my list: Boeing 707-300C Boeing 717-200 Boeing 727-200 Boeing 737-200 Boeing 737-300 +(WL) Boeing 737-400 Boeing 737-500 +(WL) Boeing 737-600
30 trintocan : Oops! One I forgot... ATR ATR42 - Air Wales. Trintocan.
31 Tupolev160 : What's the point of the thread?! The thing is not to give an endless list of letters and numbers but to share what was particular for you about a cert
32 Mortyman : Then you have missunderstood. How did you arrive to that conclusion ? The OP's innitial post:
33 Post contains images PlymSpotter : I count subtypes as well, distinguishing between LR and ER etc... Agusta 109A II Airbus A300B4-600R Airbus A310-300 Airbus A310-300ET Airbus A318-100
34 aviateur : It's funny looking at the submission. It reveals how young most A.net users are. I'm somewhere in the middle, I think. 707 (only once; TWA) 727 737 **
35 The777Man : Here's my list: Aircraft type Number of Flights Airlines Flown On DC-9-40 28 SK DC-8-62 2 DK 727-200 15 NB, US, TW, UA CV-440 2 LF Viscount 1 F.28-100
36 SASMD82 : Here we go: 1. Airbus A300-600 (Lufthansa, Korean Air) 2. Airbus A310-200 (KLM) 3. Airbus A319 (Air France, Swiss, LAN Peru) 4. Airbus A320-100 (Air F
37 exFATboy : Boeing 707 (AA) 717-200 (FL, Qantas, YX) 727-200* (AA, CO, DL, NW, TW, UA, US, PSA) 737-(all variants except -100) (AA, AS, CO, DL, HP, UA, US, WN, Qa
38 foxxray : ATR42 A300 A319 A320 A330 B737-200F B737-300F B767-200 B767-300 B767-300ER MD88 L1011 ERJ145 Fokker 27 Beech 76 Beech 90 Beech 200 Beech Premier 1A PA
39 KingFriday013 : Airbus A319-100 (BA, US) (DL upcoming) Airbus A320-200 (AC, B6, MX) Airbus A340-300 (VS) British Aerospace 146-200 (Air Nova) Boeing 717-200 (HA) Boei
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