Mine was yesterday...Thursday, October 4, 2001.
I was on Singapore Airlines Flight 36, from Amsterdam to Chicago. Our aircraft was SQ's newest 777, 9V-SVC, and it was spotless inside and out.
Our 8.5-hour journey took us over the northern tip of Scotland, over the ocean, and then over the upper reaches of Quebec and Ontario before entering the United States at the northern tip of Michigan.
The flight was memorable first because it was aboard Singapore's newest 777-200. Second, because it was only about 60% full. Third, because I had a great seat--59A (last row)--with the single seat next to me unoccupied. Next, the audio & video entertainment system was beyond belief: about twelve different movies to watch; 31 Color Gameboy games to play (my kids would have gone nuts over that!), and--best of all--interactive Trivia games throughout the flight where you went up against other passengers. I even won a round and was presented with a nice gift from the cabin crew for doing so! The movie I watched--Shrek--had me in tears I was laughing so hard. The meal service--two major meals--was superb. The flight landed on-time--TO THE MINUTE--from the arrival time 'estimated' when we left Amsterdam. Finally, the Captain executed perhaps the 'greasiest' landing I've yet experienced in 300+ commercial flights. I am still waiting to feel (or hear) the wheels touch down.
Chris in New Hampshire