I was very lucky to spend some very good times of my childhood around a squadron of F-104's,my father was the squadron commander back then.The aircraft was long gone out of service but I can still remember its unique engine noise.I sat on the cockpit numerous times dreaming of flying the furious jet but they didnt survive in the service until I grow up to be a pilot.
Last year I sat in the cockpit of an F-16 while I was based at Dalaman,thanks to my house mate who is an ex F-16 driver.I saw that sitting on the rights seat of the 737 for looong hours made me a little out of shape to fit easily in an F-16 let go to fly one.
Other then that aircraft which had great memories in me,I don't have any other specific types that I want to fly.I was very lucky to fly a lot of brand new airplanes during my flight carreer.Most C-172R 's were less than 200 hours on the hub when I was in ERAU,I was also lucky to fly one of the PA-44 Seminoles(N928ER) when it had only 30 hours on the hub.After coming to airline service,I was very lucky to be choosen to fly B737-800 very shortly after entered service in Turkey.They were all fresh out of factory.Again I was previllaged to fly one of the wingletted airplanes in its very first passenger service.
To be realistic I didn't ever dream of flying a 747 because there isnt any in Turkey,neither a 777.So I love what I am flying at the moment if I switch to A-321 I will love it also.I guess I'll love every plane which will help to feed my family.
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