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List The Airlines/Aircraft You've Flown On

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I'm bored, so what aircraft/airlines have you flown on?

My list ...

Airbus A300 - Lufthansa

Airbus A310 - KLM, Lufthansa, Wardair

Airbus A319 - Air Canada, British Airways, Eurowings, Lufthansa

Airbus A320 - Air Canada, British Airways, Lufhansa

Airbus A321 - Lufthansa

Airbus A332 - Air Transat, Canada 3000, LTU

Airbus A333 - Air Canada, Northwest

Airbus A343 - Air Canada, Lufthansa

Antonov An2 - Private

ATR 42 - Eurowings

ATR 72 - Eurowings

Bell 407 - Private

Boeing B732 - Canadian, Lufthansa, Pacific Western, WestJet

Boeing B733 - KLM, Lufthansa, United

Boeing B734 - KLM

Boeing B735 - Lufthansa, United

Boeing B737 - EasyJet, WestJet

Boeing B738 - Ryanair

Boeing B742 - British Airways, KLM, Lufthansa

Boeing B743 - KLM

Boeing B744 - British Airways, KLM, Lufthansa

Boeing B752 - British Airways, Canada 3000, Delta, Northwest, United

Boeing B762 - Air Canada, Delta

Boeing B763 - Air Canada, British Airways, Canadian, Condor, KLM

BAe 146 - Air BC, Eurowings

Cessna 150 - Private

Cessna 152 - Private

Cessna 170 - Private

Cessna 172 - Private

Cessna 303 - Private

Cessna Citation CJ1 - Private

DeHavilland Canada Dash 8 100 - Air BC, Canadian Regional

DeHavilland Canada Dash 8 300 - Air BC, Air Ontario, Canadian Regional

Douglas DC8-63 - Air Canada

Fokker F28 - Canadian Regional

Fokker F50 - KLM Cityhopper

Fokker F70 - KLM Cityhopper

Fokker F100 - KLM Cityhopper

Hawker Siddley Trident - British European Airlines

Jetstream J31 - Alberta City Connector

Junkers Ju32 - Ju Air

Lockheed L1011 Tristar - Air Canada, Air Transat

McDonnell Douglas DC10 - Canadian, Lufthansa

McDonnell Douglas MD11 - KLM

McDonnell Douglas MD83 - Alaska Airlines

And since I have my PPL with multi-engine and night ratings ... I've flown the following myself ...

Cessna 150

Cessna 152

Cessna 172

Cessna Citation CJ1

Piper 34-200T

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Not too impressive...

Airbus A319 - Northwest

Airbus A320 - JetBlue (the vast majority of my recent flights over the past four years)

Airbus A340 - Virgin Atlantic (as of the upcoming Saturday)

Boeing 717 - AirTran

Boeing 737 - Air China, China Eastern, Southwest

Boeing 747 - Air China

Boeing 757 - ATA

Boeing 767 - American, Delta

Boeing 777 - American, Continental

Embraer 190 - JetBlue

McDonnell-Douglas DC-10 - American

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Let me know how you like VS ... I've never flown on them as of yet ... still waiting for them to finally start service out of YVR.

Hope you'll like the A340 ... super quiet cabin ... by far one of my favourite modern jetliners to fly on.

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Edited April 18, 2017:

Airbus A300 - Air China, China Eastern
Airbus A319 - Air China, American, Northwest
Airbus A320 - Aeroflot, Air China, American, Cebu Pacific, China Eastern, Delta, Northwest, TransAsia, United, Uzbekistan Airways
Airbus A321 - Aeroflot, EVA Air
Airbus A330 - China Airlines, Delta, Cathay Dragon, EVA Air, Hawaiian Airlines, Qatar Airways

Airbus A340 - Lufthansa
BAe Avro RJ85 - Uzbekistan Airways
Boeing B727 - Champion Air, TWA
Boeing B737 - Alaska Airlines, American, China Airlines, China Eastern, Continental, Delta, Southwest, United, US Airways, Xiamen
Boeing B747 - Delta, Korean Air, EVA Air, Japan Air, Northwest, United
Boeing B757 - American, Air Astana (Kazakhstan), Delta, Northwest, TWA, United, Xiamen
Boeing B767 - Aeroflot, American, ANA, Hawaiian Airlines, Japan Air, US Airways
Boeing B777 - American, ANA, Cathay Pacific, Delta, EVA Air, Japan Air, Korean Air, United, Scoot

Boeing B787 - American, Japan Air, Scoot, Qatar Airways
McDonnell Douglas DC-9/MD80/MD90 - American, Air Canada, Delta, Northwest, TWA, Uni Air
Bombardier CRJ - American Eagle, Air Canada Jazz, Delta, Go!, Northwest, United Express
Embraer ERJ - American Eagle, Continental Express, United Express
Embraer E-Series - American Eagle, Delta,Mandarin Airlines, Northwest, US Airways
Lockheed L1011 Tristar - TWA

These are the ones I can think of off the top of my head. I am sure that I missed a few, but I can add those later. Also note that some of these airlines are now defunct, such as TWA, Northwest, and Champion Air.

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Edited June 4, 2013

Airbus A300 - Air France, Thai

Airbus A310 - Air Transat, CP Air

Airbus A318 - Mexicana, United

Airbus A319 - Air Canada, United, Mexicana, Mandala

Airbus A320 - Air Canada, Asiana, Canadian, United, Air Asia, Mexicana, Lufthansa, Ted, Northwest

Airbus A321 - Air Canada, Air Macau, Air China

Airbus A330 - Air China, Air Canada, Canada 3000, Garuda, Asiana, Thomas Cook, Dragonair

Airbus A340 - Air Canada, Northwest, SriLanka, Singapore, Cathay Pacific, Philippines

Airbus A380 - Singapore

Boeing B707 - Air Philippines (a charter airlines, not PR)

Boeing B727 - Air Canada, Ansett, CP Air, Continental, Delta, US Air, Eastern, Northwest, Western

Boeing B737 - Alaska, CP Air, Canadian, Continental, Jet Airways, Lufthansa, Pacific Western, WestJet, Air China, Garuda, South West, Virgin Blue, Korean, Malaysian, Xiamen, Zip

Boeing B747 - Air Canada, CP Air, Canadian, Cathay Pacific, Lufthansa, Japan Airlines, EVA Air, Thai, United, Qantas, Air New Zealand, Wardair, Korean Air

Boeing B757 - American, Canada 3000, Harmony, Northwest, United, Xiamen

Boeing B767 - Air Canada, Canadian, Delta, Pacific Western, Qantas, LAN

Boeing B777 - Air Canada, Air New Zealand, Cathay Pacific, Korean, Malaysian, Singapore

Canadair CRJ all series - Air Canada, Jazz, United Express (Skywest)

DC-8 - Air Canada, CP Air

DC-9/MD80/MD90 - Air Canada, Alaska, American, Ansett, Continental, Uni Air, US Air, Northwest, Hughes Airwest

DC-10/MD11 - CP Air, Canadian, American, Japan Airlines, Korean Airlines, Trans International

DeHavilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter - Grand Canyon Airlines

DeHavilland Canada Dash 7 - US Air

DeHavilland Canada Dash 8 - Canadian Regional, Jazz, Horizon

Embrear 175 - Air Canada

Embrear 190 - Air Canada

Fokker F28 - Horizon

Hawker Siddley Trident - CAAC

Lockheed L1011 Tristar - Air Canada, Cathay Pacific

Saab 340 - American Eagle

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Boeing 737: Canadian Airlines*, Westjet, Continental, Southwest Airlines.

Boeing 757: Nationair Canada*, Continential Airlines

Boeing 767: Canadian Airlines*, Air Canada

Bombardier Dash 8-100: Air Canada Jazz

Embraer RJ-135: Continential Express

Embraer 175: Air Canada

Airbus A319: Air Canada

Airbus A320: Air Canada

L-1011 Tristar(?) Air Canada.

I also flew on Waidair Canada*, except I don't know what type of plane it was. All I know is that it was NOT a widebody. I flew from Toronto to Tampa Florida and back in the early 1990s.

*Defunct airline

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From what I can recall offhand...

Boeing 737 - Westjet, KLM

Boeing 747 - Cathay Pacific

Boeing 757 - Harmony Airways

Boeing 767 - Delta Airlines, Air Canada?

Boeing 777 - EVA Air, Singapore Airlines

Airbus A319 - Cebu Pacific, Tiger Airways

Airbus A320 - Cebu Pacific, Canada 3000, Air Canada (really don't remember, definitely an AC from YVR-YUL in 2003)

Airbus A330 - Cathay Pacific, Air Canada, China Eastern

Airbus A340 - China Airlines

ATR-72 - Cebu Pacific

De Havilland Beaver - West Coast Air

De Havilland Twin Otter - Harbour Air

McDonnell Douglas MD-11 - KLM

I've also flown on Air Transat a couple of times, but have absolutely no recollection of the aircraft type. My most recent flight with them was in August of 2000 from Vancouver to Montreal, which was particularly memorable because the flight number was TS911. No way that would happen nowadays! I also remember being on an Air Transat flight from London Gatwick to Toronto in 1992 that suffered a birdstrike on the takeoff roll that forced the pilots to abort and everybody got put up in hotels for the night.

There is a remote chance I may have flown with Canadian at one point or another in the early to mid 1990s. There are definitely a number of flights unaccounted for on this list, not least of which are YYZ to London UK in 1990, as well as several YVR-YYZ and YVR-YUL in 1994, 1996, 1997 and 1999. Most of these were with Canada 3000 but I can't say for sure whether they all were.

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Short list here:

KLM: Boeing 777, DC10/MD11

Japan Airlines: DC10/MD11, Boeing 747

Philippine Airlines: Boeing 777

WestJet: Boeing 737-700

Malev: Boeing 737-400, 737-200

I've also flown on Canadian airlines, but I don't remember what I flew because I was only 2 at the time.

- Bryan "Goggles"

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Not impressive at all.

Cathy Pacific A340-200 [Toronto to Hong Kong]

Cathy Pacific A340-200 [Hong Kong to Toronto]

Air Canada A340-300 [Toronto to Hong Kong]

Air Canada A340-500 [Hong Kong to Toronto]

Air Canada 777-300ER [Toronto to Sydney]

Air Canada 777-300ER [sydney to Vancouver]

Air Canada A320-200 [Vancouver to Toronto]

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Great lists everyone ... nice to see a lot of variety in airlines that we've all flown :)

Looks like Tom1112 and me are the only ones so far that haven't been on a T7 yet :unsure: As for me, I'm trying to avoid it, don't know why though :lol:

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Looks like Tom1112 and me are the only ones so far that haven't been on a T7 yet :unsure: As for me, I'm trying to avoid it, don't know why though :lol:

When I was travelling in Asia last summer, when possible I tried to create as much variety of aircraft types (and airlines) as I could. That meant that when selecting my flight from Taipei to Hong Kong (CX), I deliberately chose a flight that would have an A330 as I knew I didn't have that aircraft booked for any of the other flights I was taking. (Even though I then later flew on one with China Eastern which I had not planned to do.) Then, when selecting a flight from Tokyo for my second visit to Taipei, I booked it with EVA Air (because I would be flying with China Airlines back home to YVR) and on a flight that would have a 777-300ER (because I had not yet flown that type; my two flights with Singapore Airlines were both on 777-200s). I suppose if I'd been willing to forgo the CX A330 I could have taken a 777-300 non-ER... :)

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When I was travelling in Asia last summer, when possible I tried to create as much variety of aircraft types (and airlines) as I could. That meant that when selecting my flight from Taipei to Hong Kong (CX), I deliberately chose a flight that would have an A330 as I knew I didn't have that aircraft booked for any of the other flights I was taking. (Even though I then later flew on one with China Eastern which I had not planned to do.) Then, when selecting a flight from Tokyo for my second visit to Taipei, I booked it with EVA Air (because I would be flying with China Airlines back home to YVR) and on a flight that would have a 777-300ER (because I had not yet flown that type; my two flights with Singapore Airlines were both on 777-200s). I suppose if I'd been willing to forgo the CX A330 I could have taken a 777-300 non-ER... :)

I'm the same way :unsure: I'll usually try to find a routing to my destination that'll give me a chance to fly one different airlines, aircraft and through different airports ... usually ends up to be cheaper too :lol:

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when possible I tried to create as much variety of aircraft types (and airlines) as I could.

Same here.

Latest sampling: EVA Air (YVR-TPE-CGK, HKG-TPE-YVR), Air Asia (KUL-SIN) and Thai (SIN-BKK-HKG). HKG-TPE was actually in a Uni Air MD-90.

Also new sampling: SIN-KUL by coach (bus). Actually I intended to ride the train, but the trains were sold out for the week (end of school year in Singapore).

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Also new sampling: SIN-KUL by coach (bus). Actually I intended to ride the train, but the trains were sold out for the week (end of school year in Singapore).

I think you were probably better off riding the bus anyway. The KTM trains have a tendency to run late much of the time. Although the sleeper cars are pretty decent.

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I think you were probably better off riding the bus anyway. The KTM trains have a tendency to run late much of the time. Although the sleeper cars are pretty decent.

I heard the worst in riding the train is going through Malaysian and Singapore customs. You have to drag your luggage off the train, bring them with you to the customs counter (that can be a long, long walk), stamp your passport, x-ray, then you drag them back to the train (your seat). NO HELP offered. No porter !!!

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A310-300: CSA Czech Airlines; Air Transat

A320-200: Air Canada

A330-200: Air Transat

A330-300: Air Canada

A340-300: Lufthansa

B737-700: WestJET; Southwest

B737-800: WestJET

B737-900: Continental Airlines

B747-400C: Air Canada

B757-300: Delta Air Lines

B767-200ER: LOT Polish Airlines

B767-300ER: LOT Polish Airlines, Air Canada

B767-400: Continental Airlines/ United (In May 2011)

ATR-42-500: EuroLOT

ATR-72: EuroLOT

MD-83: JetsGO

Q400: Augsburg Airways

CRJ200: EuroWings

CRJ700: Air Canada

Concorde: British Airways

ERJ145: Chautauqua Airlines

E170: Air Canada

E190: JetBlue

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Flown on (not a very good record):

B747-400: EVA Air, All Nippon Airways

B767-200ER: Air Canada

B767-300ER: Air Canada

B777-200LR: Air Canada

B777-300ER: EVA Air

MD-90: EVA Air (Operated by UNI Air)

A320: Air Macau

A321: Air Macau

A330-200: EVA Air

A330-300: Air Canada

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Short list here:

KLM: Boeing 777, DC10/MD11

Japan Airlines: DC10/MD11, Boeing 747

Philippine Airlines: Boeing 777

WestJet: Boeing 737-700

Malev: Boeing 737-400, 737-200

I've also flown on Canadian airlines, but I don't remember what I flew because I was only 2 at the time.

Updated list, recent flights in bold.

KLM: Boeing 777, DC10/MD11

Japan Airlines: DC10/MD11, Boeing 747

Philippine Airlines: Boeing 777

WestJet: Boeing 737-700

Malev: Boeing 737-400, 737-200

Harbor Air: DeHavilland DHC-3 Turbine Single Otter - C-FODH

WestCoast Air: DeHavilland Twin Otter - C-FGQE

- Bryan "Goggles"

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Nothing huge:

B752 - Delta

B753 - Delta

B764 - Delta

A319 - Spirit

A320 - Delta

A321 - Spirit

MD82 - Spirit

MD88 - Delta/NWA

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For me, I flown so many airlines and different aircraft as well~~

A300 : Thai Airways

A318 : Mexicana

A319 : Air Canada, China Eastern, China Southern, Delta (Northwest), US Airways

A320 : Air Asia, Air Canada, China Eastern, Dragonair, US Airways, Valuair

A321 : Air Canada, Dragonair, MAI

A330 : Cathay Pacific, China Airlines, Dragonair, EVA Air (-200), Korean Air, KLM (-200), Malaysia Airlines, Thai Airways

A340 : Air Canada, Air China, Cathay Pacific, China Eastern (-600), Gulf Air, Iberia (-600), Philippine Airlines

A380 : Singapore Airlines

B732 : CAAC, Zip

B734 : Alaska Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Thai Airways

B735 : United

B736 : Westjet

B737 : Alaska Airlines, China Southern, Continental, Westjet

B738 : Alaska Airlines, China Airlines, Continental, Korean Air, Westjet, Xiamen Airlines

B739 : Alaska Airlines

B742 : Japan Airlines

B743 : Cathay Pacific, Japan Airlines, Swissair

B744 : All Nippon Airways, British Airways, Canadian, Cathay Pacific, EVA Air, Korean Air, Japan Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways

B752 : American, Harmony Airways, Skyservice

B753 : Delta (Northwest)

B762 : Air Canada

B763 : Air Canada, All Nippon Airways, Canadian

B772 : Air Canada (LR), All Nippon Airways (ER), Cathay Pacific, China Southern (ER), Korean Air (ER), Malaysia Airlines (ER), Singapore Airlines (ER), Thai Airways

B773 : Air Canada (ER), Cathay Pacific (Both regular and ER), Singapore Airlines (Both regular and ER)

DC10 : Canadian, Northwest

MD11 : Finnair, KLM

MD80 : American

MD90 : China Eastern

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I'll list mine by airline

Alaska: MD-83

American: 707,727,747,757-200,767-200,767-300,MD-82, DC-10

Britt Air (Continental Connection): Fokker F-27

Delta: 727

Eastern: 727, L-1011

jetBlue: A-320

National: 727, DC-10

Ozark: DC-9

Pan Am: 737-200

Reno Air: MD-87, MD-90

Southwest: 737-300, 737-700

TWA: 707,727,747,L-1011,DC-9

United: 727,737-300,747,757,767-200,DC-10,A-320

US Airways: A-321,737-400

D'OH! Forgot

Piedmont 737-200

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I can now add Air Canada Jazz Bombardier CRJ-100 regional jet to the list.

Also, what's a T7?

Boeing 737: Canadian Airlines*, Westjet, Continental, Southwest Airlines.

Boeing 757: Nationair Canada*, Continential Airlines

Boeing 767: Canadian Airlines*, Air Canada

Bombardier Dash 8-100: Air Canada Jazz

Embraer RJ-135: Continential Express

Embraer 175: Air Canada

Airbus A319: Air Canada

Airbus A320: Air Canada

L-1011 Tristar(?) Air Canada.

I also flew on Waidair Canada*, except I don't know what type of plane it was. All I know is that it was NOT a widebody. I flew from Toronto to Tampa Florida and back in the early 1990s.

*Defunct airline

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