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  1. #16
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    Yeah, the pilots of an NW A333 let me on board and showed me everything, they were cool. I was actually just looking at it, taking pictures, and the pilot comes out of the jetway and calls me over and asks if I would like to go on, how could I object? ;)
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    KLM
    737
    777
    (MD-11, Dc-10, not sure)

    Finnair
    Md-11

    LOT
    767
    737

    SAS
    dash8 -400
    A330

    Lufthansa
    A340
    737
    747

    Virgin
    A340

    British
    777
    767
    747
    737

    USairways
    A319
    A321
    757

    American
    A300
    ATR-72

    Delta
    757 (SONG)

    United
    737
    CL65

    C172

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    here goes...

    i've flown:

    A36
    Bell 206
    Bell 412
    C-172
    C-172RG
    C-208
    C-310
    C-650
    G-III
    T-38A
    UH-60A


    i've flown on:

    AA MD83 Y
    BA A319 Y (nonrev)
    BA B744 F
    DL B733
    US A319 Y/F (nonrev)
    US A320 F (nonrev)
    US A321 Y/F (nonrev)
    US DH8 Y (nonrev)
    US SF3 Y (nonrev)
    US E45 Y (nonrev)
    US CR2 Y (nonrev)
    HP 319 Y (nonrev)
    HP CR9 Y (nonrev)
    TW MD83 Y
    LO B733 Y (nonrev)
    LO B734 Y
    LO B762 Y
    LO B763 B/Y (nonrev in B)
    LO ATR42 Y
    LO ATR72 Y
    LH A332 Y (nonrev)
    TZ B738 Y
    F9 B733 Jumpseat
    CO B733 Y
    CO MD 80 Y
    AY MD-11 Y
    AY MD80 Y
    USAF C-130E
    USAF C-5A
    LX IL-62 Y
    WN B733 Y
    Netjets G-IV (nonrev)
    Netjets G-V (nonrev)
    it is mathematically impossible for either hummingbirds, or helicopters to fly. fortunately, neither are aware of this.

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    AirTran
    B737-200 (out of ISP!)

    American
    MD-82 (tomorrow the 14th)

    Comair
    CRJ200

    jetBlue
    A320
    E190

    Piedmont
    737-200

    Presidential
    Bae146

    Southwest
    B737-300 / B737-700

    United ... (Whew!)
    A319
    A320
    B727-100 / 727-200
    B737-200 / 737-300 / 737-500
    B747-100 / 747-200 / B747-SP!!!
    B757
    B767-200 / B767-300
    DC-8-62 / DC-8-71 / DC-8-72
    DC 10-10

    United Express
    E-120
    JS31
    JS41
    CRJ200

    also....
    Piper Warrior - 60hrs in type
    EuroCopter EC135 (passenger in the front seat)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steven Holzinger
    Military: CF-18
    CF-18 :?: Canadian Hornet? Please tell us the story.
    I'm learning to fly, around the clouds. But what goes up must come down. - Tom Petty

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    American West
    A319-100

    American
    A300-600
    B757-200

    Delta
    B757-200
    B767-200 (Spirit of Delta)
    MD-88

    Delta Shuttle
    B737-300

    Independence Air
    CRJ-200

    jetBlue
    E170-100

    Song
    B757-200
    Christos

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    Iberia

    A340-600
    A340-300
    A321
    A320
    A319
    757-200
    MD-88
    MD-87

    Air Europa

    737-800
    737-400

    Alitalia

    A321
    MD-82

    KLM

    747-400
    777-200
    737-800
    737-400

    Air France

    747-400
    777-300ER
    777-200
    A340-300
    A330-200
    A321
    A320-200
    A320-100
    A319
    A318
    BAE-146

    Virgin Atlantic

    747-400
    747-200
    A340-300

    American Airlines

    MD-11
    767-300
    767-200
    757-200
    727-200
    A300
    ATR-72
    ATR-42

    Continental Airlines

    777-200
    757-300
    757-200
    737-800
    737-700
    737-500
    727-200
    B-1900

    Delta Airlines

    757-200
    737-800

    Aeromexico

    MD-82

    TWA

    767-300
    767-200
    757-200

    jet Blue

    A320

    I think that's it...

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    I may be forgetting a few, especially from my early childhood, but here goes:

    AA: M82, M83, 762, 763, D10
    AC: CRJ, D93, 320, 321
    AC/CP: 732
    Arkia: DH7
    Braniff 2: 722
    Brockway: B19
    BTA: ER3, ER4
    Carnival: 732
    CO: A300, M82, 722, 733, 735, 772
    EA: L10, 752
    EGF: ER3
    FL: 732, D93
    LY: 742, 744
    NW: D93, 319, 320
    Piedmont Express: SF3
    UA: DC8, D10, 752
    WN: 733, 73G

    Private: Cessna 172, Beech F33A Bonanza, Beech B36TC Bonanza, Piper PA-28

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    Accurate since 1994

    Aer Lingus
    330

    AA
    A300
    737
    757
    767-200/300
    777
    S80
    CRJ and EMB (both American Eagle)

    AC
    A320
    DC-9
    Dash 8-100

    AF
    A320
    A321
    777-300ER

    Air Botswana/Executive Aeorspace
    HS 748

    Air Botswana/Air Quarius
    F28

    Alaska
    MD-80

    Allegiant
    MD-83

    Aloha
    737

    AWA
    319
    320
    737
    757
    CRJ (Mesa)

    B6
    320
    E-190

    BA
    319
    747-100/200/400
    767
    777

    CO
    737-300/500/700
    757-300

    DL
    727
    737-200/300/800
    757
    767-200/300/400
    777
    MD-11
    MD-88

    easyJet
    737-700

    Harmony
    CRJ

    Independence
    CRJ
    319

    NWA
    A319
    A320
    757-200/300
    DC-9

    Philippine Airlines
    A340-300

    Song
    757

    Spirit
    A319
    A321
    MD-80

    Tower Air
    747

    TWA
    MD-80
    757

    UAL
    A319
    737-500
    757 (regular and p.s.)
    777

    US Airways

    A319
    A320
    A321
    737-200/300/400
    757

    USA 3000
    A320

    Virgin Atlantic
    A340-300/600
    747-400

    I blame most of this of wanting to take connecting flights. :twisted:

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    OH and I forgot multiple Tower 747 trips on my list
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    TWA
    MD82
    MD83
    L-1011
    727
    DC9

    AA
    MD82
    MD83
    752

    SWA
    733
    735
    73G

    ATA
    738

    AWA
    731

    NWA
    A319
    752

    Mesaba
    Avro

    Delta
    MD88
    732
    727

    RegionsAir
    J-32

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    AA ---> 737, 762, 777
    Aloha ---> Dash 8, 737
    Air New Zealand ---> 763
    Air Tahiti ---> Dash 8
    British Airways ---> 744
    Continental ---> 737
    Delta ---> 757, 763, 764, L1011
    Icelandair ---> 757
    Jetblue ---> E190, A320
    Mexicana ---> 757
    NatureAir (Costa Rica) ---> Dash 8
    RenoAir ---> MD80
    Southwest ---> 737
    United ---> 737, 757, 763, 777, DC10
    Virgin Atlantic ---> A346


    think that's about it!

    - Josh
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    Quote Originally Posted by hiss srq
    OH and I forgot multiple Tower 747 trips on my list
    That's easy to forget...or at least try to. :P
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    Got to thinking about it, and forgot to mention one other for my "flown on" list - TWA Convair 880

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    Man I am jelaous, spoke to my dad before he flew the EAL 720 and DC8, in addition to the rest of their fleet. That is so cool.

    Here's mine quickly as best I can remember.


    Cessna 172

    Piper Tomahawk and Cherokee

    EAL - DC9, 727, 757, L1011

    AA - Mad Dog, F100, 757, 767, ATR (yuck!)

    UA - 757, 767, Dash 8,

    Delta - 757, CRJ200

    RG - MD11, 767

    Alitalia 747

    CO- 737, EMB 145

    B6 - EMB-190

    WN (What else they fly?)

    SCY 738

    USAir - DC9, 757


    Few I forgot but this is taking too long.
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