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    Let's see...

    Commercial Jet
    Boeing
    737-200
    737-300
    737-400
    737-500
    737-800
    737-900ER
    747-400
    767-200
    777-200LR/ER
    777-300
    McDonnell Douglas
    MD-83
    MD-90
    Airbus
    A320-200
    A330-200
    A330-300

    Commercial Prop
    ATR-72
    ATR-42
    de Havilland DHC-6
    Fokker 27

    Non-Commercial
    Cessna
    C185
    C206 (Amphibian)
    C208 (Amphibian)
    C208B
    Helio
    H-295 Courier
    Piper
    PA-23F Aztec
    Quest Aircraft
    Kodiak 100
    Pilatus
    PC-6B2/H2
    PC-6B2/H4
    PC-12/47
    Bell
    206L Longranger IV

    Soon to come:
    C172
    Citabria 7KCAB
    DA-42

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    C-172
    Pa 28
    Pa 34
    B 737

    And that's all

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    J-3 Cub
    Aeronca 7AC
    Piper PA-12 super Cruiser
    Cessna 120
    Cessna 140
    Cessna 150
    Cessna 152
    Stearman PT-13
    Stearman PT-17
    Cessna 170
    Cessna 180
    Cessna 172
    Cessna 182
    Ryan PT-22
    Ryan STA
    Vultee BT -13
    Fairchild PT-19
    Fairchild PT-26
    NA AT-6
    Beech 18
    Cessna T-37
    Northop T-38
    B-52B
    B-52C
    B-52D
    B-52E
    B-52F
    B-52G
    TF-102
    C-124
    C-130
    Switzer 2-33
    Switzer 1-26
    Cirrus Sr-20

    That's all.
    Green Bean

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    Airbus A319/A320 don't remember

    Boeing 737-300

    Boeing 737-700

    Boeing 767-300

    Boeing 717-200

    Boeing 777-300

    Boeing 747-400

    Boeing 757-200


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    Airbus
    Airbus A319
    Airbus A320
    Airbus A321
    Airbus A330-200
    Airbus A380-800

    Boeing
    Boeing 737-800
    Boeing 747-400
    Boeing 747-400ER
    Boeing 757-200
    Boeing 767-300

    Bombardier
    CRJ-900

    Cessna
    206

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    Too many to list all the specific model variants ...

    DC-3
    DC-4
    DC-6
    DC-7
    DC-8 (including Stretch)
    DC-9
    DC-10
    MD-11
    707
    720 (including in jump seat)
    727
    737
    747
    757
    767
    Convair 990
    Viscount (including in jumpseat)
    Martin 404
    Trident
    D-18 (hands on but not PIC)
    Bonanza (hands on but not PIC)
    Cherokee (PIC)
    150 (PIC)
    172 (PIC)
    182 (hands on but not PIC)
    Citabria (PIC)
    Connie
    Super Connie (including in jump seat)
    Electra (after wing fix)
    L-1011
    Jet Ranger
    Vertol (I forget the model -- tandem twin rotor)
    Gulfstream 4
    Twin Otter (including riding shotgun)
    A310
    A319
    Caravelle

    There are probably others. First flight was LGA to what became today's LAX in a DC-3 in 1948 when I was four years old.
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    Boy, I don't know how this thread escaped me for so long. I've been reading these forums for the better part of ten or twelve years and never saw this one before. To bad, too, because back when it first started, I might have remembered everything I had flown in as well as all the planes I have personally flown. However, all this time seems to have passed and I've grown considerably older. So old, in fact, that I can't remember where my car keys are, let alone what airplanes I flew, or flew in. I know I flew my own airplane, a 415-C Ercoupe (I have pictures to prove it, that's how I know). I also have a picture of myself flying George Bishops SNJ, and I remember him letting me fly it if I filled the aux tank (cost me $90.00 back in 1961, that's how I remember that one). My dad took me to New York with him on "The Wings of Man" before Eastern was promoting itself that way. I was about ten, and the plane was a DC-3. I would fly in that plane with many carriers and over many years as the DC-3 found its way from the major airlines to the commuters.

    I learned to fly in 1961, and flew just about anything you could find around a local landing field (we called them that back then). Cesssnas, Cubs, Stinsons, Champs, etc. My first twin was a Piper Apache, my most recent twin was a Baron. I could probably spend an hour or so with a yellow pad and pencil and come up with as long a list as any here, but to what purpose. I've lived a long and full life, and there were lots of flights, some as a passenger, others as P.I.C. How many planes? Lots. I enjoyed my rides in each and every one, especially those in which I flew myself!

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    i havent flown in many aircraft because im young but so far this

    1.Aer Lingus A320 x4
    2.Ryanair 737-800 x6
    3.Thomson 757-200 x2
    4.Air Transat A310 x2
    5.cessna 172 x1
    6.CHC Ireland Sikorsky 92A SAR
    7.Aer Arann(now Aer Lingus Regional) ATR-42-320

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    GA: Grumman Tiger
    Cessna 172
    Cessna 182
    Tiger Moth (one stoped by an air show by me, and i won a chance to fly passenger in a raffle. now THAT was fun)

    Airliners:

    Dash 8-200, 400
    Boeing 737
    Boeing 757

    MD-11

    Airbus A319, 320, 321

    thats all i can think of.

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    I was fortunate enough to have a long career as a professional pilot. So...

    Other than the big iron with Eastern Airlines, I was PIC in all aircraft:
    J-3 Cub...land and floats
    PA-18 Super Cub...land and floats
    Piper Tri-Pacer
    Piper PA-140 & 160
    Piper Apache
    Piper Aztec
    Piper Seneca II
    Piper Navajo (a very sturdy, dependable IFR platform)
    Aeronca Champ
    Citabria
    Cessna 140
    Cessna 150
    Cessna 152
    Cessna 177RG Cardinal
    Cessna 180
    Cessna 210 Centurion (non-pressurized)
    Cessna 402
    Cessna 404
    Cessna L-19 Bird Dog
    Beech B-58 Baron
    Beech King Air 350
    de Havilland Beaver
    North American T-6
    Stearman
    PT-19
    Boeing 727...100, 200 & QC
    Douglas DC-3 (wonderful, just wonderful)
    Douglas DC-9-30
    Douglas DC-8-61 & -63


    Bell 47
    Bell 206, 206L1 & L3
    Bell 222
    Augusta A109
    Aerospatiale AS360 Dauphin (one of my all-time favorites: fenestron and a tail-wheel! - but autorotation was a bear)
    Aerospatiale AS365 Twin Dauphin
    Aerospatiale AS350 A-Star
    Aerospatiale AS355 Twin-Star
    Aerospatiale SA342 Gazelle
    Sikorsky S-76A, B & C+
    Sikorsky S-58T (a wonderful, docile beast)
    MBB BO-105 (testy little devil, especially landing on a dolly downwind, but built like the proverbial battleship...check this out:
    http://www.flixxy.com/bo105-helicopter-aerobatics.htm)

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