whiskeyhotel
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Aircraft Families You've Flown

Sat Aug 20, 2005 1:18 am

Was just curious as to which entire aircraft families folks on A.Net have flown. For me it's 737 and 757:

737:
-100: CO
-200: WN
-300: CO
-400: KL
-500: CO
-600: GSM (Globespan)
-700: CO
-800: CO
-900: CO (Next week, MSY-IAH)

757:
-200: CO, DL, AA
-300: CO
 
Sabena332
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RE: Aircraft Families You've Flown

Sat Aug 20, 2005 1:29 am

I flew the complete A32X series, not only in the cabin but also on the cockpit jumpseat. Let's see:

A 318-100: AF
A 319-100: AF, LH, EW, 4U
A 320-100: AF
A 320-200: AF, LH, LT, IB, 4U, VF, UA
A 321-100: LH
A 321-200: LH, AF

Patrick
NZ1's mother is a disgusting crack-whore and his father is a worthless alcoholic!
 
ACDC8
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RE: Aircraft Families You've Flown

Sat Aug 20, 2005 1:45 am

Complete families only?

A330-200: CMM, KL, LT
A330-300: NW

ATR42: EW
ATR72: EW

B767-200: AC, DL
B767-300: AC, CP, KL, MP

Fokker F28: CP
Fokker F70: KL
Fokker F100: KL

MD11 (since there is only one version  Wink ) : KL

Aircraft I'm still missing
Boeing 737 family: -600
Airbus A32X family: A320-100
Boeing 747 family: -100
Dash 8 family: -400
Fokker turboprop family: F27
Airbus A340 family: -200, -500, -600
Boeing 757 family: -300
A Grumpy German Is A Sauerkraut
 
pdxtriple7
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RE: Aircraft Families You've Flown

Sat Aug 20, 2005 8:30 am

MD80 with the various versions on AS and AA, but not the MD90. I can't remember my yearly UA PDX-DEN-PDX flights as a youngster, but I know most were on 737's. That means I'm probably just missing the 737-600.
 
N908AW
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RE: Aircraft Families You've Flown

Sat Aug 20, 2005 10:36 am

Looks like just the 757 series for me. -200 was on NW as well as Omni, and -300 on NW.
'Cause you're on ATA again, and on ATA, you're on vacation!
 
fly707
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RE: Aircraft Families You've Flown

Sat Aug 20, 2005 9:56 pm

-Boeing 747-100,200,300,400 & SP .

-Boeing 767-200 & 300.

-Airbus 300-600 & B4-200.

-Airbus 310-200 & 300.
Without mistakes we will never learn
 
whiskeyhotel
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RE: Aircraft Families You've Flown

Sat Aug 20, 2005 9:59 pm

Seems a few folks have forgotten about the 767-400. Oddly enough, the only member of the 767 family I'm missing is the -300, quite possibly the most prolific version of the type.
 
IBERIA747
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RE: Aircraft Families You've Flown

Sat Aug 20, 2005 11:30 pm

I've flown:

Boeing:
727-200 (AA, PA)

737-200 (DL, TA, GU, AR)
737-400 (WN, KL)
737-700 (WN, U2)
737-800 (DL, KL)

747-100 (PA)
747-200 (IB, AR)
747-300 (IB)
747-400 (IB, KL)

757-200 (BA, IB, DL)

767-300 (DL, AA)

777-200 (DL)

McDonnell Douglas:
DC9-15 (KL)
DC9-30 (IB, AO)
MD-82 (JK)
MD-83 (JK)
MD-87 (IB)
MD-88 (DL, AR)

DC10-30 (IB, KL)
MD-11 (DL)

Airbus:
A310-200 (KL)
A319-100 (IB, BA, U2)
A320-200 (JK, IB, TA)
A321-200 (IB)
A340-300 (IB)
¡¡VIVA ESPAÑA!!
 
ACDC8
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RE: Aircraft Families You've Flown

Sat Aug 20, 2005 11:47 pm

Quoting Whiskeyhotel (Reply 6):
Seems a few folks have forgotten about the 767-400

Good catch on that one! I didn't even think about the B767-400. I seem to have omitted the B747SP as well.
A Grumpy German Is A Sauerkraut
 
citationjet
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RE: Aircraft Families You've Flown

Sun Aug 21, 2005 1:43 am

Complete families for me:

Boeing 747-100, -200, -300, -400, -SP
Boeing 727-100, -200
DC-9-10, -30, -50, -80
Boeing Flown: 701,702,703;717;720;721,722;731,732,733,734,735,737,738,739;741,742,743,744,747SP;752,753;762,763;772,773.
 
ual777
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RE: Aircraft Families You've Flown

Sun Aug 21, 2005 3:38 am

727-200- UA
737-200/300/500- UA
737-700- WN
747-400- UA
757-200- UA
767-200/300- UA
777-200- UA
A319- UA
A320- UA
MD-80- CO
DC-10- UA
Fokker 100- AA
CRJ-200/700- UAX/Comair
BaE 146- UAX
DhC 800- USX
It is always darkest before the sun comes up.
 
zkeoj
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RE: Aircraft Families You've Flown

Sun Aug 21, 2005 12:35 pm

while I have flown on many different types, it is interesting that one or two almost always seem to be missing, e.g. the 747SP, A318, or the 767-400... I think the only complete ones are:

ATR 42 (EW)
ATR 72 (EW, NZ)

J31 (QO)
J32 (QO)
J41 (QO, UA)


DC10-10 (UA)
DC10-30 (UA, DE, LH)

I might have had the various versions on the BAe146, but didn't log versions and/or registrations at that time  Sad

Cheers
micha

Oh wow - just the moment I typed this a DC3 was going overhead my house... Smile
 
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B742
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RE: Aircraft Families You've Flown

Sun Aug 21, 2005 3:57 pm

ATR-42/72
A300
A330-200/300
747-100/200/300/400/SP
777-200/300

Rob!  Smile
As smooth as silk
 
trekster
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RE: Aircraft Families You've Flown

Sun Aug 21, 2005 7:34 pm

737:
400 (BA)
500(BA)

757
200 (US and BA)

320:
200(BD)
200 I think (BA)

Airbus A330
300 (US)

767:
300 (QF)

747:
400 (QF/BA)
Where does the time go???
 
kilavoud
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RE: Aircraft Families You've Flown

Sun Aug 21, 2005 8:59 pm

I have been flying since 1963 in so many birds :

Airbus (310, 320)
Antonov (with the wings up)
Boeing (707, 727, 737, 747-100/300/400, 757, 777-200)
Caravelle
Convair (Metropolitan-440, Coronado)
Comet
Douglas (DC8, DC9, DC-10)
Fokker (with the wings up)
Trident
+ an exotic bird with Nepalese Royal (with the wings up)

My favorite plane : 777-200.

Cheers. Kilavoud.
 
whiskeyhotel
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RE: Aircraft Families You've Flown

Sun Aug 21, 2005 10:01 pm

ZKEOJ, There was also a DC-10-40 variant. I believe only NW and JL operated the type. JL might still have a few in service.
 
N908AW
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RE: Aircraft Families You've Flown

Sun Aug 21, 2005 10:31 pm

Quoting CitationJet (Reply 9):
DC-9-10, -30, -50, -80

Wasn't there a -20 version?
'Cause you're on ATA again, and on ATA, you're on vacation!
 
citation501sp
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RE: Aircraft Families You've Flown

Mon Aug 22, 2005 12:21 am

Full Aircraft Families

Still missing a few in the 737/767/747/DC-9

Airliners:

757-200 NW, CO
757-300 NW

Helicopters:

Bell 206 Jet Ranger
206L Long Ranger

Biz Jets:
Cessna 500 Citation I
550 Citation II
560 Citation V

Quoting N908AW (Reply 16):
Wasn't there a -20 version?

Yes there was,the DC-9-20 was built for SAS and only 20 where built. They had the short fuselage of the 10-15 series and the engines and wings of the 30 series. They called it the "Hotrod" it was designed for short runways and had incredible performance.

there was a -40 too that SAS picked up as well as a few other airlines. It fit in between the 30 and 50 in length, and capacity. I think it used the 30 wings and engines, but I could be mistaken.
Smoke and Thunder! Stage 2 FOREVER!!!
 
whiskeyhotel
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RE: Aircraft Families You've Flown

Mon Aug 22, 2005 6:12 am

I think NW had some DC-9-40's...seem to remember seeing them listed as an a/c type in the inflight magazine.
 
EurofleetLHR
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RE: Aircraft Families You've Flown

Mon Aug 22, 2005 5:24 pm

Boeing 737-200 BY, LH, BA, SN, BD, VEX, EI, SC, SA)">UA, PI, MON, AC, TP, FR, GT
AR, SA
Boeing 737-300 KL, LH, NG, RG, SN, BD, QF, NZ, US, BA, WN, DI, AN, HP, SA)">UA,
DM
Boeing 737-400 BA, KL, US, AS, OK, EI, LG, LO, TK, QF, MH
Boeing 737-500 BD, LH, EI, SN, BA, LG, SA)">UA, LO
Boeing 737-600 SK
Boeing 737-700 SK, Privatair/LH, BU
Boeing 737-800 KL, CO, DL, AA, CI, FR, AS, SK, QF
Boeing 737-900 KL

Boeing 747-100 BA, NW, TW
Boeing 747-200 BA, KU, QF,
Boeing 747SP IR, QF, CI, CA, MK,
Boeing 747-300 SA, SR, QF, CX, AN
Boeing 747-300SR JL
Boeing 747-400 BA, SQ, QF, NZ, NW, JL, LH, AF, CP, TG, CX, AC, OZ, SA)">UA
Boeing 747-400D NH

Boeing 757-200 BA, RA, FM, ET, EF, IB, MON, AA, HP, CO, DL, SA)">UA, SQ
Boeing 757-300 NW, DF

Boeing 767-200 AC, ET, SA)">UA, NZ, QF, RG, AN, KU
Boeing 767-300 BA, NZ, SA)">UA, DL, QF. LA, SPP, AZ

Boeing 777-200 BA, AF, NG, JL, JD, SQ, TG, CX, CZ, AA, CO, DL, RG, KU,
SA)">UA
Boeing 777-300 SQ, NH, TG, CX, KE, EK

Boeing 727-100 RG, SC,UA
Boeing 727-200 LH, AF, IB, VP, SA)">UA, AA,TW, AC, DL, PA
 
Delta767300ER
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RE: Aircraft Families You've Flown

Mon Aug 22, 2005 7:07 pm

Boeing 727-200 (Delta Air Lines)

Boeing 737-200 (Aloha Airlines, Delta Express, BahamasAir)
Boeing 737-300 (Continental Airlines, Southwest Airlines)
Boeing 737-700 (Southwest Airlines)
Boeing 737-800 (Delta Air Lines)

Boeing 757-200 (Delta Air Lines, Continental Airlines, Trans World Airlines, America West Airlines)

Boeing 767-300/ER (Delta Air Lines)
Boeing 767-400ER (Delta Air Lines)

Boeing 777-200 (Delta Air Lines)

McDonnell Douglas MD-80 (Continental Airlines, Trans World Airlines)
Delta Airlines (Coming in 2 weeks)

Lockheed L-1011 (Delta Air Lines)

I have flown on a majority of aircraft however I am proud to say most of them have been with Delta Air Lines  

-Delta767300ER

[Edited due to format]

[Edited 2005-08-22 12:08:47]
 
megatop
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RE: Aircraft Families You've Flown

Mon Aug 22, 2005 9:06 pm

This is my list:

Airbus 300
- B4
- 600
- 600 R
Airbus 310
- 200
- 300
Airbus 320
- 200
Airbus 330
- 300
Airbus 340
- 200
- 300

ATR 42
- 300

Boeing 720B
Boeing 727
- 200
Boeing 737
- 200
- 300
- 400
- 500
- 600
- 700
- 800
Boeing 747
- 200
- 300
- 400
Boeing 757
- 200
Boeing 767
- 200
- 300ER
Boeing 777
- 200ER

BAe 146

Caravelle

Concorde

Dash 8-Q400

DC 9
- 40
- 50
DC 10
- 30
- 40

Fokker 50
Fokker 70

HS 728 B2

Jetstream 31

L-1011-200

MD-11
MD-80
MD-87
MD-90-30

CV 440 Metropolitan

TU-154M


Megatop
 
NWADC9
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RE: Aircraft Families You've Flown

Mon Aug 22, 2005 11:51 pm

757:
757-5500 (4 main doors on either side)
757-5600 (three main doors and two window exits on either side)
757-5800 (aka 757-300)

All were NWA.
I get paid to convert dead dino juice into noise.
 
PHLBOS
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RE: Aircraft Families You've Flown

Tue Aug 23, 2005 12:58 am

Boeing:

717-200 (FL, YX)
727-100/200 (EA, NW)
737-200 (DL, FL, US)
737-300 (US, WN)
737-400 (US)
737-700 (WN)
737-800 (CO (this Wed.), DL, TZ)
757-200 (US)
767-300 (DL)

Airbus:

A319 (F9)
A320 (NW)
A321 (US)

McDonnell-Douglas:

DC-9-10/30 (EA, FL, ML, NW)
DC-9-40/50 (NW)
MD-80 (ML, US)

Lockeed:

L-1011 (TW)

Fokker:

F-100 (US)

Saab:

SF-340 (C8, XJ)

Canidair:

CRJ-200 (US/Mesa, 9E)

Embrear:

EMB-145 (CO (this Wed.), US/TransStates)
EMB-170 (US)
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ACdreamliner
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RE: Aircraft Families You've Flown

Tue Aug 23, 2005 2:42 am

mmm, tricking one this. Makes the brain think:

Boeing 757
-200, with Thomas Cook, BA, MyTravel, Air 2000, Air TransAt and maybe more
-300 with Thomas Cook i think it was. May have been first choice.

Boeing 737 [Not All, but most]
-200, RyanAir
-300, easyJet & BMIbaby
-400, BA
-500, BMIbaby
-600, n/a
-700, WestJet
-800, n/a
-900, n/a

Sounds rubbish now i think of it. I wish WW would get some NG's
Where are you going?
 
RCS763AV
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RE: Aircraft Families You've Flown

Tue Aug 23, 2005 2:51 am

Never flown a complete family!

A32S:

A318: Missing
A319: Mexicana
A320: Mexicana, Iberia, Lufthansa, Aces, LAN.
A321: Missing

757:

757-200: Delta, American, Mexicana, Avianca, Song, Iberia.
757-300: Missing

DC-9/MD-80

DC-9_10: Missing
DC-9-15: Inter.
DC-9-30: Aerorepublica
DC-9-32: AeroRepublica
DC-40, 50: Missing
MD-81: Missing
MD-82: American
MD-83: Avianca, Sam, American.
MD-87: Missing
MD-88:Delta.

F-50:

F-50-100: Missing
F-50-300: Avianca.

Those are the ones im close to fly all the types.
 
CV990
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RE: Aircraft Families You've Flown

Tue Aug 23, 2005 8:07 am

Hi!

I have a few:

Boeing

707-320B - TP
707-320C - RG

727-100 - TP
727-200 - TP, AZ, SA)">UA, IB, AT

737-100 - LH
737-200 - TP, BA, SN
737-300 - BA/GB Air, SA)">UA, RG
737-400 - BA/GB Air, US
737-500 - RG/Nordeste
737-800 - KL

747-100 - BA, SA)">TW
747-200 - SA, BA
747-400 - BA, KL

757-200 - BA

767-200 - SA)">UA
767-300 - BA

777-200 - KL

DC-9-15 - KL
DC-9-50 - SR
DC-9-81 - SR
MD82 - AZ

DC-10-10 - SA)">UA

MD11 - LX

A300B2 - AF
A300B4 - AZ

A310-200 - SR

A319 - US, HP
A320 - TP, EDW, Air Macau, LX
A321 - AC, BA/GB Air, SR

A340-300 - TP, LX

Fokker F-27 - NLM

ATR42 - FD

SH360 - FD

EMB120 - Skywest
EMB145 - US

Fokker F100 - JJ

Bac 1-11-500 - BR

RJ85 - LX

CRJ200 - HP
CRJ700 - HP

L1011-1 - SA)">TW
L1011-50 - SA)">TW
L1011-100 - SA)">TW, GF

That's it!!!
Regards
CV990, the Maserati of the skies!

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