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    DH Chipmunk
    HP Hastings
    B Britannia
    DH Comet
    AW Argosy
    EE Canberra b16
    DH Dove
    B 7o7
    B 747
    DC9

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    Airbus A320-200; on Valuair (CGK-SIN-CGK), Indonesia AirAsia (CGK-JOG-CGK, CGK-DPS-CGK), and AirAsia (CGK-KUL-CGK)

    -Boeing 737 Classics; all GIA routes prior to 2009
    -Boeing 737-800; 2x - CGK-MES-CGK and CGK-SIN-CGK
    -Boeing 737-900ER; CGK-SIN-CGK
    -Boeing 747-400; 2x - CGK-DPS and HKG-CGK

    CASA 212; BDG-HLP

    F28-4000 on a field trip to HLP; performed 2 touch-and-go's.

    McDonnell Douglas MD-82; CGK-SUB-CGK

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    OK....Here's my meagre selection.

    B737-200,300,400,700,800
    B747-100,200,SP
    B757-200
    B767-300
    B777-200,300
    DC-10-30,40
    BAC 1-11
    Viscount 800
    Fokker 100
    BAe146-200,300
    A319,320,321,330
    DC-3
    Cessna 150,152,172
    Pa-28 Cherokee
    Grumman AA-5A
    Pa-18 Super Cub 150
    Citabria
    Pitts S-2A
    Jet Ranger
    Twin Squirrell
    Hughes 500
    ASK-21 Glider
    BN-2 Islander
    Robin 200
    ATR-42
    PA-23 Apache
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    Flown:
    Cessna 172 Civil Air Patrol Took the controls at age 15
    Piper Cherokee 180 Took the controls at age 8, absolutely terrifying for my brother in the back seat.
    Flown in:
    Boeing 737-700 Southwest Airlines
    McDonnell Douglas MD-83 American Airlines
    Cessna 402
    Bell 206B Jetranger
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    Dc-8 -62, and -63 models,
    B727
    B737
    B747
    Schweitzer 262
    Schweitzer 232
    (both of which I was qualified in when I was 14. Very proud moment for me!)
    and a fun one: Beech B35 Bonanza. ONCE. My father took me with him on a "tour" of some possible investments he was thinking of making around Fresno, group or him and a couple other investors, the pilot an me. Spent a nice day, looking at cotton fields, various orchard types etc. On the way back, I got to sit left seat (what?? I was 15, only recently qualed in the gliders, but, if I may say so, pretty good for a guy my age!). The pilot asked if I wanted to take the controls for a bit. Naturally I jumped at the chance! Dad mentioned from the back about my glider flying, leaned back and tighted his seat belt. Tight. He knew...I asked the pilot the various VNE speeds for this load, the plane weight, the max G-Load, etc, as I was gently and lightly testing the controls. Once I was satisfied, I started doing a few minor aerobatic maneuvers. Gently of course! But the pilot paniced a bit, thinking I had lost it totally. He grabbed it back, settled it down...and then, once dad explained about how I used to chase hawks around the cliffs in the SGS-232, thus learning aerobatics from the very best there is (hawks, of course! they are a LOT better than we can ever be!). After this the pilot lost the panic-y look he'd had (somewhat), but he wouldn't let me fly any more (/pout). Guy had no sense of humor...
    I was never invited again. Pity.
    Oh! almost forgot the Citabria a friend of the family owned. Great guy, let me have lots of fun in it. Till an FAA rep was waiting on the ramp for us to shut down...once again, never invited back. I really needed to settle down...
    And finally,
    Piper Tomahawk Reg. #25-818 (no idea how I recall the reg #. I did memorize it for the lessons, for use on the radio) for lessons in Yuma when I was older, till I lost an eye. Put an end to those...Never had a chance to do any aerobatics in that, sadly.
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    Hmmm... I know the SWS 2-32, 2-33, 1-26, etc, but I don't know the 262, and can't find it referenced on the web. Any hints to help identify what it looks like?

    Thanks,

    Larry N.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lnuss View Post
    Hmmm... I know the SWS 2-32, 2-33, 1-26, etc, but I don't know the 262, and can't find it referenced on the web. Any hints to help identify what it looks like?

    Thanks,
    Could it be a 1-26-2 meter?

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    After this the pilot lost the panic-y look he'd had (somewhat), but he wouldn't let me fly any more (/pout). Guy had no sense of humor...
    I was never invited again. Pity.
    I don't think I'd have a sense of humor, either, with aerobatics in an aircraft not stressed for them, especially from someone who had never flown such an aircraft, who was an unknown. I can understand his attitude.

    And you don't want to do aerobatics in a Tomahawk, either.

    Larry N.

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