Flanker7 wrote:747, taken me all over the world. Comfortable aircraft and for me especially the A zone in business, I even prefer that over the upper deck.
eastafspot wrote:Aircraft where I got a free upgrade on long haul routes: A380 & B77W
WesternDC6B wrote:From my childhood: DC6B
The present day: A330
hoons90 wrote:Any aircraft type that allows me to sit by the window AND allows me to be no more than one seat away from the aisle (in Economy class). For long haul flights, that would be the 767 and most A330/A340s. For short haul, it's less important, but I think I would choose to take an A220 or E-Jet over a 737 or A320.
jetwet1 wrote:Flanker7 wrote:747, taken me all over the world. Comfortable aircraft and for me especially the A zone in business, I even prefer that over the upper deck.
Yep, being able to look forward was something special.
A close 2nd would be the Concorde, noisy sure, not that comfortable sure, but still, so special.
sabby wrote:E175 , A332, B788. I'd love to fly the 767 but unlikely to get the chance. Looking forward to fly the A220 in the next year.
SFOThinker wrote:Lockheed Electra, Convair 880, Sud Caravelle, Vickers Viscount
keesje wrote:BAC 1-11, S61, F27, P3C, Beech200, Tu154, DC8, Bonanza, F28, Beaver, L1011 and many jumpseats.
N965UW wrote:A332, CRJ7, E190, and pretty much any high-wing Cessna
325i wrote:In order,L1011.500, B757,B787/9 AB380 ,AB359.:
vhqpa wrote:From a pure comfort perspective
- Airbus A350-900
- Airbus A380-800
- Embraer 170/190
From a fun to fly perspective
- Boeing 717-200
- DHC-6-300 Twin Otter
- Dash 8-100/200/300/400
- Fokker 70/100
From a special aircraft perspective
- Boeing 727-200 (Glad I managed to fly on one as a kid before they were retired
- Boeing 747-300/400/400ER (Goes without saying)
- Boeing 757-200 (To be honest it felt just like a longer 737, but still happy I got the chance to fly on one)
Can you tell I have a hard time picking favourites...
The strange thing is each time I fly on a 737 (especially an -800 series) I know they're not particularly exciting, I can't help but feel a comforting sense of familiarity.
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