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Have you flown the alphabet?

Fri Dec 20, 2019 5:55 am

I see the airports landed thread, how about Airlines Flown? Using the 2 digit IATA codes, have you flown the alphabet? (And the numbers?)

And I am going to count merged and bankrupt airlines of years past, so flying Pan Am counts in this thread!
Same with the regionals, go to town...


A: AA, AF, AQ, AM, AK, AS, AZ
B: B6, BA
C: CA, CL, CX
D: DL, DY, D8
E: EA, EY
F: FR, FD, FJ
G: GZ
H: HA, HM, HY
I: IW, IJ, IT
J: J2, JU, JR, JL
K: KE, KL, KC
L: LH
M: MX, MS
N: NZ, NK, NW
O: OO, OC, OZ
P: PS, PH, PU
Q: QQ
R:
S: SU
T: TW, TA, TK, T5, T6
U: US, U2
V: VV, VX, VA, VN
W: WN, W6
X: XE
Y: YV, YH
Z: Z2

1:
2:
3:
4:
5: 5J
6:
7:
8: 8M
9: 9E, 9W, 9N
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Upcoming 2018: STL, MIA, BZE, IAH, BHM, LHR, DFW, PHX
 
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Re: Have you flown the alphabet?

Fri Dec 20, 2019 8:26 am

You forgot 0 (zero)!

Have flown on 155 different airlines since I started recording flights back in 2006. Some are not listed as they dont have a 2 digit IATA code.

A: AN, AB, AC, AF, AS, AZ, AA, A2, AD, AY
B: BT, B2, BM, BA, BE, B6, BJ, BY
C: CF, CX, CI, CF, C5, CP, CO
D: DE, DL, DC, D8, DY, DI, DU, DK
E: EI, EC, EM, EY, ET, EW, EV, EE, EZ
F: F9, FI, FR
G: GA, G7, G3, G4
H: HA, H3, HS, HG, HV
I: IG, IB, I2
J: JU, JL, JQ, JO, JJ, JK
K: KM, KK, KF, KL, KU
L: LF, LA, LP, LO, LH, LW, LX
M: MQ, ME, MW, M2, MT
N: NH, NT, N7, NK
O: OS, O6, OV, OA, OH, OO
P: PC, PT, PS
Q: QX, QK, QF, QR, QS
R: RP, RS, RO
S: SN, SK, S5
T: TF, TP, TG, TU, TK
U: UX, U2, UG, UA, US
V: VK, VO, VX, VA, VY
W: WX, WP, WN, WT, WS, WR, WW, WI, W6
X: XE, XQ, X3
Y: YW, YB, YV, YX
Z: ZW, ZK, ZB

0: 0B
1:
2: 2N
3: 3O
4: 4B, 4U
5: 5M
6:
7:
8: 8Q
9: 9U, 9E
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Re: Have you flown the alphabet?

Fri Dec 20, 2019 8:02 pm

I added two airlines this year (IB and UX) and one new letter:

A AA, AB, AC, AS
B BA, BM
C CL, CO
D DL, DY
E
F F9, FR
G G4
H
I IB
J JP
K KL
L LH
M
N NK
O OO
P
Q
R
S SK, SY
T TZ
U U2, UA, US, UX
V VS, VY
W W7, WN, WX
X
Y YX
Z ZX
 
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Re: Have you flown the alphabet?

Mon Dec 23, 2019 8:18 am

My list, including airlines operating as charter/wetlease with another airline's flight number:

A: A5, AB, AF, AH, AI, AK
B: BA
C: CL
D: D7, DL
E: EH, EN, EW
F: FR, FV, FY
G: G7, GF
H: HD, HE
I:
J: JS
K:
L: LX, LH, LZ
M: MB, MH, MI, MS, MU
N: NH
O: OS
P:
Q:
R:
S: S2, S7, SN, SQ, SU, SV
T: TK
U: UX
V:
W: WF, WX
X: X3
Y: YT
Z: ZY

0:
1:
2: 2L
3:
4:
5:
6:
7:
8:
9: 9E, 9W

No IATA Code: Avanti Air
Airports 2019: ADB, ALG, AMD, ATL, BOG, BOS, CDG, CTS, DEL, DTW, DUS, EWR, FRA, FUK, HAM, HFT, HIJ, HND, HVG, IST, ITM, JFK, MUC, NGO, NUE, OKA, PHL, SIN, STN, TOS, YYZ, ZRH
Airports 2020: ALG, CTS, FRA, HKG, HND, MSQ, MUC, NUE, TLV, ZRH
 
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Re: Have you flown the alphabet?

Mon Dec 23, 2019 9:18 am

I'm bad enough with the airport codes, but I know very few airline codes. That said, I am pretty much 100% sure I've done this, probably multiple times over (not the numbers, but the letters).

A: AT
B: BI
C: CO
D: D7
E: ET
F: FP
G: G3
H: HU
I: IZ
J: JG
K: KC
L: LH
M: MD
N: NZ
O: ON
P: PY
Q: QF
R: RJ
S: SA
T: TG
U: UL
V: VA
W: WY
X: XW (And potentially XJ)
Y: Y6
Z: ZM
 
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Re: Have you flown the alphabet?

Mon Dec 23, 2019 7:44 pm

My list:

A: AA,AR,AU,AF,AM,A0,A3,AD
B: BA
C:
D: DL
E: EG
F:
G: G3
H:
I: IB,I2,IT
J: JJ
K: KM
L: LA,LP,LB,LH
M: MX
N:
O:
P: PA,PU
Q: QE
R: RG
S: SK
T: TP,T0
U: UA
V: VT,VY
W: WF
X:
Y: YW
Z:

0:
1:
2:
3:
4:
5:
6:
7:
8:
9:
 
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Re: Have you flown the alphabet?

Tue Dec 24, 2019 1:48 am

I'm the most 'illiterate' for sure:
A: Alaska, American
B: British Airways
C: Cathay Pacific
D: Delta
H: Hawaiian
J: Japan Airlines, JetBlue
L: Lufthansa
Q: Qantas
S: Southwest
 
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Re: Have you flown the alphabet?

Wed Dec 25, 2019 7:32 pm

I did better than I thought i would

http://cronkflies.com/2020/stats/lvm/index.php?lang=en

Airlines Flown

A. AA, AF
B. BA, BE, B6
C. CL, CO, CP, CT
D. DL, D8
E. EI
F. FB, FD, FI
G. GA
H. HU
I. IB, I2
J. JP, JQ
K. KL
L. LA, LH, LO, LP, LX
M. MP, MS
N. N6, NW, NZ
O. OO
P. PG
Q. QF
R. RP
S. SK, SP, SU, S3, S5
T. TG, TK, TZ
U. UA, U2
V. VA, VS, VK
W. WA
X.
Y. YH, YV, YX
Z.

0.
1.
2.
3.
4. 4M
5. 5U
6. 6T
7.
8.
9. 9E
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Re: Have you flown the alphabet?

Mon Dec 30, 2019 3:14 am

Just missing 1 myself:

1. 0B, 0D
2.
3. 2L, 2P
4. 3C, 3M
5. 4B, 4H, 4N, 4U
6. 5J, 5N, 5T, 5U, 5W
7. 6E, 6G, 6H, 6K
8. 7D, 7F, 7M, 7W
9. 8H, 8I, 8P, 8R, 8Z
10. 9K, 9M, 9U, 9X

1. A5, AA, AB, AC, AF, AI, AK, AN, AQU, AR, AT, AU, AYT, AZ
2. B2, BA, BD, BE, BG, BR, BS, BT, BY
3. CA, CJ, CL, CO, CX
4. D8, D9, DB, DD, DE, DG, DI, DL, DP, DV, DY
5. E7, EI, EJU, EK, EN, ET, EW, EY, EZS, EZY
6. F6, F7, F9, FB, FD, FH, FI, FKI, FMR, FN, FR, FV, FY
7. G8, GA, GNX, GR, GRX
8. HG, HR, HU, HY
9. IB, IK, ILL, IOS, IQ, IR, IZ,
10. J2, J4, JJ, JK, JN, JQ, JS
11. K2, KB, KC, KE, KG, KL, KM, KQ, KU, KV
12. LA, LC, LH, LNQ, LO, LS, LX,
13. M9, ME, MH, MT, MU,
14. NK, NM, NT, NW, NX, NY, NZ
15. O8, OD, OE, OL, OS, OY, OZ
16. PC, PM, PNP, PR, PS, PU, PZ
17. QF, QR
18. R6, RA, RB, RC, RE, RJ, RL, RMK, RO, RSB, RX
19. S4, SG, SI, SK, SKT, SL, SN, SP, SU, SY, SZ
20. T3, TCX, TG, TK, TOM, TP, TQ, TR, TS
21. U2, UA, UG, UL, UP, US, UT, UX
22. V3, V7, V9, VA, VG, VS, VV, VX, VY
23. W6, W9, WE, WN, WOW, WS, WU, WW, WY
24. X3, XE, XG
25. YG, YS
26. Z6, Z9, ZB,


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Re: Have you flown the alphabet?

Mon Dec 30, 2019 7:01 am

I never really understood how these sorts of posts could be interesting to anyone reading this, other than to the people replying with comments.

Each response: Just a bunch of letters. Yeah. Fun. Not a lot of interesting content for anyone else reading threads on this forum. Far be it for me to judge: When posted on the Civil Aviation: Questions akin to "Have you flown the alphabet?" get eaten up like crack.

[I must be cranky tonight lol. No offense but: ....#snooze]

Nonetheless: Happy New Year to everyone on this forum. :) May you all continue racking up your alphabets in 2020.
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Re: Have you flown the alphabet?

Mon Dec 30, 2019 2:08 pm

I have all letters except R, however my numbers need some work!

A: AA, AB, AC, AF, AI, AS, AY
B: BA, BT, BY, B6
C: CA, CC, CL, CX, C5
D: DL, DU, DY, D8
E: EC, EI, EK, EN, ET, EV, EW, EY
F: FI, FL, FR, F9
G: G7
H: HH, HU
I: IB, I2
J: JE, JO
K: KF, KL
L: LA, LH, LX
M: MH, MM, MN, MQ, MT
N: NK, NY
O: OH, OK, OM, OO, OS
P: PF, PK, P9
Q: QK, QS, QX
R:
S: SA, SK, SQ, SU, S5, S7
T: TA, TG, TK, TO, TR, T0
U: UA, US, U2
V: VY
W: WA, WF, WN, WS, WW, WX, WY
X: X9
Y: YV, YW, Y2
Z: ZW

0:
1: 1I
2:
3: 3U
4: 4U, 4Z
5:
6:
7:
8:
9: 9W
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Re: Have you flown the alphabet?

Mon Dec 30, 2019 3:16 pm

A: AZA
B:
C: CES, CSZ
D: DAL
E:
F:
G:
H:
I:
J:
K: KLM
L:
M:
N: NWA
O: OAL
P:
Q:
R:
S:
T:
U:
V:
W:
X:
Y:
Z:
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Re: Have you flown the alphabet?

Mon Dec 30, 2019 5:08 pm

A: AC
B: BR
C:
D: DL
E: ET, EV
F: F8
G: G7
H: H3
I:
J: JB
K: KV
L:
M: MQ
N:
O: OO
P: PG, PD
Q: QK, QX, QR
R: RV
S: SQ, S5
T:
U: UA, US
V:
W: WS
X:
Y: YX
Z: ZX, ZW

0:
1:
2: 2K
3:
4:
5:
6:
7:
8: 8K
9:
 
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Re: Have you flown the alphabet?

Tue Dec 31, 2019 2:56 am

rjsampson wrote:
I never really understood how these sorts of posts could be interesting to anyone reading this, other than to the people replying with comments.

Each response: Just a bunch of letters. Yeah. Fun. Not a lot of interesting content for anyone else reading threads on this forum. Far be it for me to judge: When posted on the Civil Aviation: Questions akin to "Have you flown the alphabet?" get eaten up like crack.

[I must be cranky tonight lol. No offense but: ....#snooze]

Nonetheless: Happy New Year to everyone on this forum. :) May you all continue racking up your alphabets in 2020.

Happy new year to you too.

This is just another forum pissing contest. Heck someone mentioned flying on 155 different airlines. That's more times than I've taken to the sky. Aaannd let's not forget this is the internet. Having been a mod at one of the largest political forums years ago, while there are many who are the real deal, not all are. We caught many who were highly glorifying their lives. No doubt to some degree it happens here too. How much *shrugs* and I certainly would not be surprised that there has been or maybe still are imposter pilots. I've never paid any attention of anyone member and I am not suggesting any particular poster. Just that it is likely to happen to some degree.

No doubt though that this forum will have many frequent flyers, most of those who do business and fly to their destinations. Pilots and FA's I'm not even adding since they obviously fly more than any of us, as it's their job.

A few who have lots of money and travel for luxury and vacations will take flights simply because of a plane that's about to be retired, a brand new plane on the market... trying out different airlines.

You've got your Sam chui's how many hundreds of flights must he have taken by now? And there's several like him doing essentially the same thing.

While there are many members on here that have an incredible amount of facts and data, the amount of individual planes owned by say Delta. Knowledge of flights, flight numbers. It's quite impressive. It's just not me though. I'm more interested in the overall experiences, a little on history and how far we've come in just 5 or 6 decades. I do also enjoy military aviation and spaceflight. I'm hoping we can get our act together and start flying into space again. It's pretty sad that our current astronauts are being ferried to the I.S.S. In what looks like a giant bucket. But, it does work.
 
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Re: Have you flown the alphabet?

Tue Dec 31, 2019 3:59 am

asr0dzjq wrote:
A: AZA
B:
C: CES, CSZ
D: DAL
E:
F:
G:
H:
I:
J:
K: KLM
L:
M:
N: NWA
O: OAL
P:
Q:
R:
S:
T:
U:
V:
W:
X:
Y:
Z:


Wrong thread, this is the airline one. ;)
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Re: Have you flown the alphabet?

Tue Dec 31, 2019 1:36 pm

SRQKEF wrote:
Wrong thread, this is the airline one. ;)

I was using ICAO identifiers, not IATA.
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Re: Have you flown the alphabet?

Tue Dec 31, 2019 3:08 pm

asr0dzjq wrote:
SRQKEF wrote:
Wrong thread, this is the airline one. ;)

I was using ICAO identifiers, not IATA.


Ah, gotcha. Just saw the 3-letter DAL code and thought it stood for Dallas Love Field, should've checked the other codes. :)

The OP mentions that one should use IATA codes, but it's not af is those rules are set in stone.
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Re: Have you flown the alphabet?

Tue Dec 31, 2019 6:34 pm

Let see...(I'll just list the first airline that I can think of that start with the letter/number)
A: AA
B: BR
C: CX
D: DL
E: EK
F: FL
G: GK
H: HX
I:
J: JL
K: KE
L:
M: MM
N: NH
O: OZ
P:
Q: QR
R: RS
S: SQ
T: TG
U: UO
V: VN
W: WN
X:
Y: YV (Cheating...I know)
Z: ZW (Cheating...I know)

0:
1:
2:
3:
4:
5:
6:
7: 7C
8:
9: 9E (Cheating...)

The number one are hard. But for A-Z I've flown more alphabet than I thought (Although I cheated a little bit using the codes for regional carriers in USA).
 
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Re: Have you flown the alphabet?

Tue Dec 31, 2019 8:27 pm

A: AZ
B:
C:
D: DL
E:
F:
G:
H:
I:
J:
K: KL
L:
M: MU
N: NW
O: OA
P:
Q:
R:
S:
T:
U:
V:
W:
X:
Y:
Z: ZH
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Re: Have you flown the alphabet?

Wed Jan 01, 2020 8:56 pm

rjsampson wrote:
I never really understood how these sorts of posts could be interesting to anyone reading this, other than to the people replying with comments.

Each response: Just a bunch of letters. Yeah. Fun. Not a lot of interesting content for anyone else reading threads on this forum. Far be it for me to judge: When posted on the Civil Aviation: Questions akin to "Have you flown the alphabet?" get eaten up like crack.

[I must be cranky tonight lol. No offense but: ....#snooze]

Nonetheless: Happy New Year to everyone on this forum. :) May you all continue racking up your alphabets in 2020.


For me at least, the interest is in the meaning behind the letters, and not just a dick-swinging contest. And that's not just the direct meaning of each code, but the actual experiences associated with being able to claim to have flown IA or similar. I'm admittedly not particularly interested in the common ones - your AAs, BAs, EKs etc... but the unusual or deeply historical ones are fascinating.
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Re: Have you flown the alphabet?

Thu Jan 02, 2020 2:01 am

Not to many (yet)

A: AF, AB, AA
B: BU, B6
C: CL
D: DY, D8, DL (DC)
E: (EV)
F: FH, FR
G:
H:
I:
J: JK
K: KL
L: LH, LO, LX
M:
N: NT
O: (OO)
P:
Q:
R:
S: SK, SN
T:
U: UX, UA
V: VX
W: WF, WN (WX)
X:
Y:
Z: (ZN)

0:
1:
2:
3:
4:
5:
6: 6B
7:
8:
9: (9E)

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Re: Have you flown the alphabet?

Thu Jan 16, 2020 11:35 pm

PlymSpotter wrote:

For me at least, the interest is in the meaning behind the letters, and not just a dick-swinging contest. And that's not just the direct meaning of each code, but the actual experiences associated with being able to claim to have flown IA or similar. I'm admittedly not particularly interested in the common ones - your AAs, BAs, EKs etc... but the unusual or deeply historical ones are fascinating.


^^ Exactly this.

Funny thing: Having lived here for over 15 years I just realized G4 is in my back yard (well, other side of the valley) and should be relatively easy to do. Now I have a reason to try for an Allegiant flight this year.
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Re: Have you flown the alphabet?

Fri Jan 17, 2020 10:32 am

PlymSpotter wrote:


For me at least, the interest is in the meaning behind the letters, and not just a dick-swinging contest. And that's not just the direct meaning of each code, but the actual experiences associated with being able to claim to have flown IA or similar. I'm admittedly not particularly interested in the common ones - your AAs, BAs, EKs etc... but the unusual or deeply historical ones are fascinating.[/quote]

I know that Air Namibia is SW because South-West Africa, but I don't think I know any stories behind the other not-super-expected ones, like UM for Air Zimbabwe or QQ for Reno Air.

I'm not going to take up space with my unimpressive list (18 mainline carriers plus Colgan, Trans States, Atlantic Coast, Atlantic Southeast, ComAir, SkyWest), just to note that I'm missing G, I, J, K, L, P, Q, R, S, V, X, Z and 0 through 8.

I want to fill "G" with Ghana Airways and "P" with Pan Am. :biggrin:
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Re: Have you flown the alphabet?

Fri Jan 17, 2020 11:29 am

I've listed ICAO codes for carriers without their own IATA code.

A. AF, AN
B
C
D. DJ, DY
E. EAG, EK
F. FI, FNA, FQ
G
H
I
J. JL, JQ
K. KL
L. LA
M. MI
N. NC, NH, NM, NTL, NY, NZ
O. OT
P. PBN
Q. Q6, QF, QLK, QQ
R
S. SK, SQ, SSQ, SZS
T. TT
U.
V. VA, VC
W. WF
X
Y
Z. ZL
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Re: Have you flown the alphabet?

Sun Mar 08, 2020 1:48 pm

A:
B:
C:
D: DD, DJ
E: EK
F: FD
G:
H:
I:
J: JQ
K:
L: LA
M:
N:
O:
P: PG
Q: QF, QQ, QZ
R:
S:
T: TG, TL, TT, TZ
U:
V: VA
W: WE
X: XJ
Y:
Z: ZL

3: 3K
 
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Re: Have you flown the alphabet?

Wed Mar 11, 2020 3:23 am

With the recent addition of XE to my list, I'm only missing an IATA code starting with "1" which all appear to be registered to travel organisations as opposed to airlines.

A: AA
B: B6
C: CA
D: DL
E: EI
F: F9
G: GF
H: HP
I: IR
J: JR
K: KS
L: LA
M: MU
N: N5
O: OS
P: PD
Q: QR
R: RE
S: SU
T: TF
U: US
V: VX
W: WP
X: XE
Y: YR
Z: ZK

0: 0B
1:
2: 2N
3: 3M
4: 4B
5: 5J
6: 6G
7: 7H
8: 8C
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Re: Have you flown the alphabet?

Thu Mar 12, 2020 12:57 am

American
British
Air China
Delta
Aerlingus
Frontier
Garuda Indonesia
Uzbekistan Airlines
Indian Airlines
Japan Airlines
KLM
Lan Peru
Egyptair
ANA
Olympic
Bangkok Airways
Horizon
Royal Jordanian
Saudia
Turkish Airlines
United
VIVA Aerobus
W
X
Y
Z

not sure if I'm missing the last four (does anyone have a comprehensive list that isn't wiki?)

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