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Thread: What all aircraft has everyone flown in? (Real Life)

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    I'll look like an amateur, but :

    -Light personal planes :
    Cessna 172, hell if I remember what version, I was a kid

    -Airliners :
    Boeing 777-200
    Boeing 777-300
    Airbus A319
    Airbus A920
    Yak-42
    Embraer 195
    Bombardier CS100
    An-148

    -Utilitary :
    An-2

    -Rotary wing
    Mi-8
    Mi-17
    Ka-226

    When it comes to airliners, I really like the Airbus ones, you have ten times as much space for your legs and arms as in the Boeing planes. Do the Americans make airliners for 5', 100 pound people with stubby legs? Even the Soviet era Yak-42 was a more pleasant plane to fly in. The Embraer E195 isn't half bad as well, but I only flew on one of these once, for a 1h30 flight, so I couldn't really make my mind about it.

    But speaking of comfortable flights, I must be a privileged person : I had the honor of flying a luxury Bell 525 Relentless, fully decked in designer furniture and with on-board champagne, over Greece in summer, checking out these houses for an, ahem, very well-off Russian client. The guy's name isn't that obscure so I won't tell more, but it sure was the peak of my career as an interpreter!

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    I have flown in: (as a passenger)

    Boeing:
    717
    737-800
    737 MAX 8
    747-400
    757-200
    767-300
    767-300ER
    777-200
    777-200ER
    777-300
    777-300ER
    787-8

    Airbus:
    a319
    a320
    a321
    a330-200
    a330-300
    a340-300
    a350-900
    a350-1000

    Bombardier:
    Dash 8 Q400
    CRJ 200
    CRJ 700
    CRJ 900

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flatpack39 View Post
    Do the Americans make airliners for 5', 100 pound people with stubby legs?
    YES! American airliners are made for five foot tall and thin persons, but those are the luxury models that don't have an economy class - all the seats are "Business Class" on those

    Sean
    'Glichy' controls or switches and don't want to pay for new ones? Read on... You can bring a controller back to life by exercising it through it's full range of motion or from maximum to minimum and back again 50 times. I had a Logitech joystick that gave left rudder without touching it but turning it 50X fixed it.

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    A319-100 US Airways
    737-400 US Airways
    737-800 Southwest
    737-700 Southwest

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    Cessna 172

    Boeing 737-800 (Transavia (2008, 2010 and 2011), ArkeFly (2009) and Ryanair (2016 and 2019))
    Boeing 737-700 (Transavia (2015) and KLM (2017))
    Airbus A320 (Aer Lingus (2018))

    If I did choose to fly from Düsseldorf to Berlin March 2017 I would've probably flown the Dash 8 Q400 of Air Berlin, and flown the Boeing 767 if I went to London in August 2017 with British Airways

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