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Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

Sun Feb 15, 2004 10:00 pm

Just as the topic reads, I am very curious !!

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RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

Sun Feb 15, 2004 10:20 pm

Hey,

No I haven't  Laugh out loud Far from it actually... I have only been on the 737-400!!!

Sorry!

I am sure that there are other members that have though!

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RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

Sun Feb 15, 2004 10:23 pm

Sorry,

Only 200, 300, 400, 900 for me.
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RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

Sun Feb 15, 2004 10:23 pm

Lets see, if memory serves, ive been on 737-300/400/500/700/800/900, so not the entire family.
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RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

Sun Feb 15, 2004 10:25 pm

I'm "only" missing the 100/600/900 series...

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RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

Sun Feb 15, 2004 10:27 pm

I've been on the -100, -200, -300, -400, -500, -700 and -800.

To get the -600 I'd have to fly SAS, and the -900 I guess would require Alaska (aargh! prayer cards! I think not).
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RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

Sun Feb 15, 2004 10:29 pm

I've been on:
732: AF, LH, GN
733: AF, L'aeropostale
734: BA, Icelandair
735: AF, OK
73G: CO, AT
738: CO
 
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RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

Sun Feb 15, 2004 10:40 pm

hey Cedarjet

"I've been on the -100, -200, -300, -400, -500, -700 and -800.

To get the -600 I'd have to fly SAS, and the -900 I guess would require Alaska (aargh! prayer cards! I think not)."


Hope on a KLM -900 and then a SAS -600 and you got all of them covered
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RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

Sun Feb 15, 2004 10:46 pm

737-100 : -
737-200 : BA, LH, CE, UP
737-300 : LH, DI, KL, ST, BA, EE, DE, VK
737-400 : LH, KL, DA, MH, SA)">AS, MN, LG, VK
737-500 : LH, LG, BU, BD, EI, OV
737-600 : -
737-700 : ST
737-800 : FR, SA
737-900 : SA)">AS





 
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RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

Sun Feb 15, 2004 10:48 pm

I've only flown with:

735: Mearsk (DM)
736: SAS (SK)
73G: Braathens (BU
738: SAS (SK)
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RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

Sun Feb 15, 2004 10:51 pm

Mite make it a target 2 fly the whole family

iv only been in the 300/700

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RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

Sun Feb 15, 2004 10:57 pm

Don't forget, CO operated the 737-924 too.
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RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

Sun Feb 15, 2004 11:13 pm

What do you mean operated the 737-924, CO still does operated the 737-924

anyways i have flown on all 737 types

737 - LH
732 - South African
733 - CO
734 - AS
735 - CO
736 - SK
73G - CO
738 - CO
739 - CO
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RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

Sun Feb 15, 2004 11:17 pm

COAB737 : Which is your favourite -series?


I only flew -100 (SQ) , -300 (UA,CZ and MU) , -400 (MH), -800 (MU and CZ)
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RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

Sun Feb 15, 2004 11:17 pm

I have flown,

737-200 UL, LH, DM
737-300 LH, QF
737-400 QF
737-500 DM
737-600 SK
737-700 DM
737-800 QF


so I still need to go on the -100 (very difficult) and -900


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RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

Sun Feb 15, 2004 11:22 pm

737-300: UA, Aeromaritiem, Swedair --> not sure that it was a -300

737-400: SLR

737-800: FR
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RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

Sun Feb 15, 2004 11:36 pm

I have only flown on the:
737-200

737-300

737-400

737-700

737-800

I want to use my miles for a SK-tour where I will at least get one 736 and if possible I will try to get a Lufthansa 737-500 into my plans yet too.

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RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

Sun Feb 15, 2004 11:41 pm

B731- Lufthansa Manchester-Dublin-Manchester and boarded at rear over that fold down door from stand 5 on pier B in the rain on a Saturday midday out bound !
B732- BY BA EI AF DA LH KM
B732 combi (00-SDJ) Sabena -YES in COMBI LAYOUT Manchester-BRUSSELS-Manchester
B733- AB Airlines Lisbon- Gatwick, KLM AF DA
B734 KLM
B735 Sabena Lufthansa Aer Lingus BMI

So all classics

YET NEVER GOT AN 73NG as latest flights tend to be AIRBUS i.e TAP A319,
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RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

Sun Feb 15, 2004 11:44 pm

For me:

  • 737-100: -

  • 737-200: FR

  • 737-300: LH, AF, DI

  • 737-400: AB, NM

  • 737-500: LH, AF

  • 737-600: SK

  • 737-700: ST, X3

  • 737-800: FR (without winglets), AB (with winglets)

  • 737-900: -


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    RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

    Mon Feb 16, 2004 12:06 am

    I'm just missing the -100 and -900.
    Guess the -100 is not going to happen, but maybe the -900 some day.
    Been on lots of flights on the -300, -400, -500, -600, -700 and -800, but just a few on the -200
     
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    RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

    Mon Feb 16, 2004 1:11 am

    Grade me the same as CederJet....I am still stalking the 600 and 900. Here in the states the 600 is going to be the real toughie.

    and to COAB767.....CONGRATES to you...you are a real airline "Junkie"....
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    RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

    Mon Feb 16, 2004 1:26 am


    Far from it, however, I have flown the whole mid-generation!!! hehe...

    737-300 CO, KL
    737-400 IB, KL
    737-500 CO
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    RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

    Mon Feb 16, 2004 1:26 am

    Boeing 737-200 MCO-BWI (Metrojet)
    Boeing 737-300 PHL-ORD and CLE-ORD (United) http://www.airliners.net/discussions/trip_reports/read.main/35398/
    Boeing 737-500 ORD-CLE and ORD-PHL (United) http://www.airliners.net/discussions/trip_reports/read.main/35398/

    Tony
     
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    RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

    Mon Feb 16, 2004 1:34 am

    737-200 UA
    737-300 UA, SWA, US
    737-500 UA, SWA
    737-700 SWA
    737-800 AA

    Haven't flown all of them...yet!

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    RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

    Mon Feb 16, 2004 1:51 am

    B737-100: America West
    B737-200: AirTran, America West, Delta, Frontier, United
    B737-300: America West, Frontier, Southwest, United
    B737-400: Alaska
    B737-500: Southwest
    B737-600: ---
    B737-700: Southwest
    B737-800: American
    B737-900: ---
     
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    RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

    Mon Feb 16, 2004 1:53 am


    Let's see, I know that I've flown a lot of hours on the 737. I think it goes something like this:

    732- Air Sinai, Indian Airlines, Canadian, Westjet
    733- Thai, DBA
    734- Egypt Air, BA


    I think thats it
     
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    RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

    Mon Feb 16, 2004 1:54 am

    732- Delta Express
    733- Southwest
    737-Southwest


    Alex.

    so..I need to fly....-100(aint gonna happen)


    -400(us airways or AS prolly)
    -500(UAL and WN ill have to shoot for)
    -600 how the hell is that gonan happen?
    -800(AA or DL)
    -900( CO, or AS?)

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    RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

    Mon Feb 16, 2004 1:55 am

    731
    732
    733
    734
    735
    737

    Don't think I've flown the 739 yet, or the 8 or 6. But I'm sort of close  Big grin


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    RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

    Mon Feb 16, 2004 2:11 am

    Yes, I've done all nine, so it's just myself and COA767 so far!

    My info is as follows:

    737-100 America West, about a month before '708' left service.
    737-200 Aer Lingus, including its last 732 flight in 1994
    737-300 Aer Lingus, British Midland, BA, Southwest
    737-400 Aer Lingus, KLM, Qantas, Futura, BA, British Midland,
    737-500 Aer Lingus, Continental, BA
    737-600 SAS
    737-700 Easyjet
    737-800 Ryanair
    737-900 KLM

    The KLM flight, in December 2002, completed my 737 family.
     
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    RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

    Mon Feb 16, 2004 11:17 am

    I have flown almost all of them...

    737 - UA
    732 - UA, US, DL
    733 - DL, US, UA, WN, BA
    734 - US
    735 - WN, UA
    73G - WN
    738 - DL
    739 - CO

    Still need the -600...

    John
     
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    RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

    Mon Feb 16, 2004 11:26 am

    I've been on all of AS 737's :-200combi, -400, -700, -900. In a few weeks I am going on a trip to Canada and will get to fly each of them in one trip. I find that fun. I just wish that I could fly on both the Dash8-200 and -400 but I'll only get the Q400 both ways.
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    RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

    Mon Feb 16, 2004 11:28 am

    I've flown them all in most of the US carriers and South American carriers.

    AND I've flown almost all the Boeing models. 737-100 thru 747-300

    I still need the 747-400

    Favorite is the 767-400 (which only us CAL and Delta have)... and 727-200





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    RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

    Mon Feb 16, 2004 3:59 pm

    Midway Airlines 737-200
    Southwest Airlines 737-300
    United Airlines 737-500
    Southwest Airlines 737-700
    American Airlines 737-800

    So I guess the only ones left are the -400, -600, -900....
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    RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

    Mon Feb 16, 2004 4:36 pm

    I have flown on:

    737 300 Malaysia Airlines
    737 400 Ansett
    737 700 Virgin Blue
    737 800 Qantas

    I am nowhere near all of them either. By the time I get near that the older 100 and 200 series would be in the scrap yard.
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    RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

    Mon Feb 16, 2004 5:35 pm

    9V-SVC
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    RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

    Mon Feb 16, 2004 6:07 pm

    For me it´s been

    737-100 Frontier / United
    737-200 Lufthansa
    737-300 Lufthansa
    737-500 Lufthansa / Hapag Lloyd
    737-700 Southwest
    737-800 KLM

    I´m still missing the -400, -600 and -900.
     
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    RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

    Mon Feb 16, 2004 9:46 pm

    -100: I don't know but I flew an all-coach layout America West 737 CMH-BWI in 1993 or 1994 which may have been the -100 (also could have been a -200)
    -200: United, America West, US Airways, Delta (last month!)
    -300: United, America West, US Airways, Southwest, Continental
    -400: US Airways
    -500: United, Continental
    -600: definately haven't yet
    -700: haven't yet
    -800: Delta
    -900: haven't yet

    So, I'm missing the 100 (most likely), 600, 700, and 900 series....
    Go Blue!!
     
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    RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

    Mon Feb 16, 2004 9:48 pm

    Just listing my first flown of each:

    -100 Lufthansa
    -200 Aloha
    -300 USAir
    -400 Icelandair
    -500 Lufthansa
    -600 -----
    -700 Transavia
    -800 El Al
    -900 -----
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    RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

    Mon Feb 16, 2004 9:58 pm

    732 - British Airways, Britannia, Aviogenex, Lufthansa
    733 - British Airways, KLM
    734 - British Airways, Braathens
    735 - British Airways, Braathens
    738 - Air Europa, Ryanair
     
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    RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

    Mon Feb 16, 2004 10:03 pm

    Don't forget the BBJs. For all of you claiming to have flown all the whole lot, they are hybrids and so really should count as a separate entries.

    Anders
     
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    RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

    Tue Feb 17, 2004 2:48 am

    Yep, I have

    -100 CO
    -200 WN/US
    -300 CO/US
    -400 US
    -500 CO
    -600 ---
    -700 CO
    -800 CO
    -900 CO
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    RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

    Tue Feb 17, 2004 2:54 am

    missing the 100 and 600
     
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    RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

    Tue Feb 17, 2004 2:56 am

    I've only been on the Classics - all United -200, 300 - 500 and 300/500 Shuttle birds.
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    RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

    Tue Feb 17, 2004 3:02 am

    I've been on

    732-US,WN,DLX
    733-US
    734-US
    735-WN
    73G-WN
    738-DL
     
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    RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

    Tue Feb 17, 2004 3:05 am

    I have flown all 737 series, 757 series, 767 series, 777 series, all McDonnel Douglas Series a/c. Even flew in the A300.
     
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    RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

    Tue Feb 17, 2004 3:10 am

    I have flown:
    2 737-200 with Croatia Airlines
    7 737-300's 2 with WN, 1 with HP, 2 wiith UA, one with LH.
    1 737-400- with Alaska Airlines
    2 737-700's both with Alaska Airlines
    1 737-800 with American Airlines.
    I love The boeing 737 so much. The best to me are the 737-300 and the 800.
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    RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

    Tue Feb 17, 2004 3:13 am

    Let's see:

    737-130 - PE EWR-SYR-EWR
    737-222 - UA SFO-MRY
    737-301 - PI EWR-BOS
    737-401 - US PHL-MIA, LGA-SYR
    737-522 - UA ORD-MKE
    737-600 - Not yet. Maybe on a future Europe trip
    737-700 - Not yet, though hoping to fly AS MIA-SEA this year
    737-824 - CO EWR-MIA
    737-900 - Not yet, but would probably be CO FLL-EWR if I do
     
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    RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

    Tue Feb 17, 2004 3:36 am

    For me Ive flown

    737-200
    737-300
    737-400
    737-700
    737-800

    ...and I have a flight on the -500 scheduled in about a month or so...

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    RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

    Tue Feb 17, 2004 3:43 am

    These are my 737 flights:

    737-200 Air Ukraine
    737-300 Delta, United, Lufthansa, America West
    737-400 Aeroflot, British Airways
    737-500 Egypt Air, British Airways, United


    And another 737-300 is scheduled for March 28th on Delta (DTW-SLC)
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    RE: Has Anyone Flew The Entire 737 Family?

    Tue Feb 17, 2004 4:39 am

    CedarJet,

    I would prefer having a prayer card on my tray than a bible thumper in the cockpit pushing his religeous crap over the PA. The past 4 flights I have taken on AS I haven't noticed the prayer cards. I don't know if they are still doing it. I don't go looking for them either. So go fly a AS -900 and if you see a card, at least you can turn it over and ignore it.  Innocent

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