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Old 27th October 2015, 10:49 PM   #16
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I think my most exotic was on a BAe146, SIN-XCH rtn.
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Old 30th October 2015, 10:29 AM   #17
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OK, I'll bite... I'm taking this from my flight log books, so it is in order of first time I flew the type and then added the sub types...

Boeing 737-200/300/400/500/700/800/900
Boeing 727-100/200
Douglas DC 8-50/70
Boeing 747-100/100M/200/300/300M/400/400M/SP
Douglas DC 10-10/30
Lockheed L1011-1/250/500
Douglas DC9-30/50
McDonnell Douglas MD80/81/82/83/87/88
Boeing 757-200
Boeing 767-200/200ER/300/300ER/400ER
Sweringen Metro
NAMC YS-11
Airbus A310-200/300
BAE 146-200
Dehavallind DHC 8-100/200/300/400
Fokker F28-1000/4000
Jetstream J31
Beechcraft 1900
Beechcraft 1300
Dehavallind DHC-7
Boeing 707-320
Saab SF340B
Airbus A320-200
Airbus A300-100/600/600R
Aerospatiale ATR-72
Fokker F-100
Boeing 777-200/200ER/300/300ER
Canadair CRJ-100/900
McDonnell Douglas MD-90
McDonnell Douglas MD-11
Airbus A330-200/300
Airbus A340-300/500/600
Embraer ERJ-!40
Airbus A319-200
Eurocoptor AS 350
Avro ARJ-100
Boeing 787-8
Airbus A380-800

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Old 30th October 2015, 01:25 PM   #18
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Right - as I have an almost complete reckoning of the flying I've done, I can actually break it down - I'm missing an estimated 400 registrations from when i was younger, but all up it's a little over 2200 individual scheduled segments, a little more if you add joyrides, and nonscheduled. That makes me quite old

The most flown type is the 777-200 and 200ER variants with 399 rides so far.

Will add the QR346, QR788, Comair ZA 73H, Mango 73H in the next 2 weeks - so something new to add.

Am regrettably still on a single 727 ride and missing the concorde, 707, 747sp and DC8 amongst others. The rest of it is here:

727 SQ

737-100 SQ
737-200 MH,BA(comair ZA),SA and MJ, EF
737-300 PMUA, LH, MI, GA, NZ, RG, U2, FD, AK, MU
737-400 MH, TG, BA (comair ZA), BA mainline, QF, DD, GA
737-500 MH, LH, PMUA
737-600 SK
737-700 AR, RG
737-800 Non Winglet DJ
737-800 Winglet TK, MH, GA, DJ, QF, KE, FY, SA, DD, AA, PMCO, SK, NH, OD
737-900ER ID, OD, JT

747-200 SQ
747-300 TG, MH, SQ
747-400 TG, MH, SQ, PMUA, LH, BA, CX, KL, OZ, QF, VS, NZ
747-8I LH

757-200 SQ, AA, PMUA, CZ, RA, BA
757-300 PMCO

767-200 RG, NZ
767-300ER PMUA, BA, NZ, QF, LA, DL, JL, NH, ET, AA
767-400ER PMCO

777-200 and 200ER SQ, MH, TG, PMUA, PMCO, BA, CX, NZ, EK, RG, DL, OZ, AF, OS, AA, TZ
777-300 SQ, TG, EK, KE, CX
777-300ER SQ, TG, BA, CX, TK, EK, KE, KL, JJ, MS, BR, EY, QR

787-8 NH, BI, RJ, TG, JL
787-9 TZ, NH

A300B2/B4 SQ, TG, MH
A300-600R TG, LH, EK
A310-200 SQ
A310-300 SQ, TK

A318 BA, LA
A319 PMUA, LH, MI, BA, TK, LX (Swiss incarnation), BD, LA, A3, US, O6, IB
A320 WE, PMUA, MI, LH, AK, BA, SR, TK, LX Swiss, NZ, QZ, A3, 3K, VF, TR, U2, JJ, FD, BD, KA, AF, NH, PG, B6, JK, LA, UL, EY, SK, OS, EI, I2
A321 LH, BA, SR, BD, SK, US, UL, SN sabena, TK, A3, AA, IB, BR, AF, AY

A330-200 MH, TK, JJ, RJ, SR, TK, GA, UL, WY
A330-300 SQ, MH, TG, TK, QF, CX, LX swiss, D7, QR, CI

A340-300 SQ, TK, LX swiss, VS, UL, CX, PR, LH, SK, LA
A340-500 SQ, TG
A340-600 LH, TG, CX

A350-900 QR

A380-800 SQ, MH, TG, KE, EK, EY, BA

DC-10-30 MH
MD11 - SR, RG

L1011 - CX

MD80/81/82/87/88 LX (Crossair), SK, AA

ATR42 - VT
ATR72 - NZ, FY, IW, VT, IT

CRJ200/900/1000 GA, DL, PMUA, MU,

Jetstream41 - PMUA, DL

Fokker 50 - 9P, MH
Fokker 70 - BD
Fokker 100 -OS tyrolean,

Dornier DO228 - 9P

Avro RJ85/100 LX Crossair, KF, SR

Saab 340 - LX Crossair

Dehavilland Dash 7 - J8, 6K
Dehavilland Dash 8 - A3(OA)

Let L410 - 6K

Embraer E170/5 - BA
Embraer E190/5 - RJ, BA

Beechcraft B1900 - U4

Plus I've flown in a Britten norman Trislander on some joyride flights, worked on a Cessna 206 Amphibious for a few months, rode a pair of citation (a C3 and C7) like a mad fool over the course of 3 weeks

As well as a few Bell 206, a single Aerospatiale AS365 dauphin ride and last but not least quite a few ultralight flights.
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Old 30th October 2015, 04:03 PM   #19
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Right - as I have an almost complete reckoning of the flying I've done, I can actually break it down - I'm missing an estimated 400 registrations from when i was younger, but all up it's a little over 2200 individual scheduled segments, a little more if you add joyrides, and nonscheduled. That makes me quite old

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What an amazing list!

You should highlight the one where you had to wear the oxygen mask!
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Old 30th October 2015, 05:46 PM   #20
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What an amazing list!

You should highlight the one where you had to wear the oxygen mask!
Oxygen mask flight with free decompression (now everyone can breathe less air!) was 25 May 2010 on AK739 from BKK (yeah suvarnabhumi back then) to KUL.

Registration was 9M-AHG and my seat was 14F
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Old 2nd November 2015, 01:27 AM   #21
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Here's my list.

CR7: UA
E175: BA, MS, AR
ATR72: IW, 9W
MD-11: AY

A300: LH, QR, TG, MU
A319: LH, UA, MU, CZ
A320: 3K, QZ, FD, AK, TR, AZ, QR, BA, LH, UA, LA, JQ, MU, CZ, VY, AY, UL, TK, A3, EZY
A321: VN, JQ, MS, AI, TK

A332: VN, MU, CZ, QR, BR, FM, GA, EY, UL
A333: CI, CZ, CA, MU, OZ, KE, LH, D7, MH, SQ, GA, EY, QR, CX, TK
A343: SQ
A346: QR, TG
A380: LH, TG, MH

B733: CZ
B734: MH, GA
B737: CZ, AR
B738: CZ, QF, 9W, MH, GA, BG, CA, FR
B739: JT, UA
B744: TG, SQ, MH, UA, LH, KL, CX, JL
B752: UA, CZ, FI, AA
B763: NH, JL, LA, FM, BA
B772/77E: SQ, UA, KE, MH, TG, NH, JL
B773: TG, CX, SQ, EK
B77W: TG, CX, NH, SQ, EK, QR, MS
B787: QR, NH, AI

Probably missing a few. But this is pretty much 90% of it.
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Old 2nd November 2015, 02:40 PM   #22
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Oxygen mask flight with free decompression (now everyone can breathe less air!) was 25 May 2010 on AK739 from BKK (yeah suvarnabhumi back then) to KUL.

Registration was 9M-AHG and my seat was 14F
Amazing record keeping, SQflyergirl, very akin to symptoms of COD.
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Old 2nd November 2015, 03:35 PM   #23
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Amazing record keeping, SQflyergirl, very akin to symptoms of COD.
It is not akin to OCD. It IS OCD

Jokes aside - there was one time my obsession actually had a practical purpose and saved me a bit of money as my complete set of records actually helped me prove tax residency (or rather, lack thereof)
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Old 3rd November 2015, 06:42 PM   #24
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That trip, a conducted tour of the USA by a new defunct but much beloved tour agency, Ken Air (If you remember that, I can probably guess your age), was memorable as well for the huge number of domestic sectors flown on 727's, on airlines such as Eastern Airlines, Western Airlines etc. I will always remember Eastern Airlines because the pilot on one of the flights was quite kid-friendly and let me sit in the cockpit of a 727 after we landed.
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do you remember the name of your blue and white shirt-clad tour escort?

up until the mid-90s, US airlines took children on tours of the cockpit and gave them wings. you could even ask for stationery on domestic flights. all that's history now
Yes, in fact I do remember the name of the Ken Air Tour Manager on our tour! It was too cold on that trip to wear the signature blue/white Hawaiian style Ken Air shirt, though. He is the gentleman in the suit on the far right of the picture below, which I took on the tarmac after some of our tour group deplaned from the front stairs of an Eastern Airlines 727.



Yes, even back then I was taking pics on the tarmac

On that same flight, just before deplaning, the very friendly pilot treated all the kids in our tour group to a 727 cockpit tour...love the cockpit with real dials and the large numerals "1", "2", "3", above the engine panel...



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Yes, in fact I do remember the name of the Ken Air Tour Manager on our tour! It was too cold on that trip to wear the signature blue/white Hawaiian style Ken Air shirt, though. He is the gentleman in the suit on the far right of the picture below, which I took on the tarmac after some of our tour group deplaned from the front stairs of an Eastern Airlines 727.

Yes, even back then I was taking pics on the tarmac

On that same flight, just before deplaning, the very friendly pilot treated all the kids in our tour group to a 727 cockpit tour...love the cockpit with real dials and the large numerals "1", "2", "3", above the engine panel...
priceless memories indeed it was an era when children really fell in love with aviation and became true blue #avgeeks. a salute to the pilots of eastern, twa, northwest, etc who instilled in children a lifetime love of civil aviation.

did you collect any exotic-looking timetables from hotel lobbies during your tour?

in the states, it was a pre-911 world when you could greet loved ones at the very disembarkation gates.

you should organize some of your vintage photos into a slideshow and/or a picture book one of these days
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Great vintage pictures yflyer!

Incidentally, the majority of the times I visited the cockpit inflight was on SQ flights, including on a 727.
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priceless memories indeed it was an era when children really fell in love with aviation and became true blue #avgeeks. a salute to the pilots of eastern, twa, northwest, etc who instilled in children a lifetime love of civil aviation.

did you collect any exotic-looking timetables from hotel lobbies during your tour?

in the states, it was a pre-911 world when you could greet loved ones at the very disembarkation gates.

you should organize some of your vintage photos into a slideshow and/or a picture book one of these days
Yes, a very different era! I didn't collect timetables, but did amass a whole lot of plastic airline badges and other souvenirs. No longer have them though...discarded over the years -- something I regret now!

I never got to fly TWA or Pan Am, but I did get to fly Northwest several times before they merged with Delta.
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Great vintage pictures yflyer!

Incidentally, the majority of the times I visited the cockpit inflight was on SQ flights, including on a 727.
Thanks, SQGamespeed! The pics were all on 35mm negatives and prints, 36 pictures to a roll, so I didn't snap quite as many pictures as I do now on my iPhone or digital camera.

Nice to know SQ also gave cockpit tours in the past! I've got friends who are SQ pilots now, but even if I ran into them on flights, I doubt current rules would allow them to invite me into the cockpit....
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Old 23rd November 2015, 03:20 AM   #29
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Just booked a flight with a 737-600, not a common type.
Gutted the aircraft has been subbed with a 737-700
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Old 31st December 2015, 11:46 AM   #30
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End of year, so look back at how much I had travel, just go into my Flightdiary.com.....




Number of flights I took was less then in 2014 (93 flights against 68), but distance clocked was 6450 less then 2014....

Likely will be flying less in 2016, don't know whether that is good or bad.... but guess that will leave me more time to spend at home to make sure my fish tanks are thriving....

Below were the flight I had took, mostly on THAI....
2015-11-29 TG409 BKK SIN 881 16:35 19:55 THA B77W HSTKV 12G (A)
2015-11-27 TG917 LHR BKK 5 958 21:35 16:00 THA B77W HSTKX 20J (A)
2015-11-26 TG910 BKK LHR 5 958 00:15 06:20 THA A388 HSTUB 2A (A)
2015-11-25 TG414 SIN BKK 881 15:55 17:15 THA B788 HSTQF 12B (A)
2015-11-07 SQ214 PER SIN 2 433 17:30 22:45 SIA B772 9V-SQN 19D (A)
2015-11-04 VA468 BNE PER 2 244 17:30 21:05 VOZ B738 VH-VUB 2D (A)
2015-11-03 VA327 MEL BNE 859 12:00 13:10 VOZ B738 VH-VUV 2C (A)
2015-11-02 SQ237 SIN MEL 3 754 23:55 10:20 SIA B773 9V-SVG 15D (A)
2015-11-01 TG409 BKK SIN 881 16:35 19:55 THA B773 HS-TKC 31H (A)
2015-10-30 TG677 NRT BKK 2 892 17:30 22:30 THA A380 HS-TUD 80 (A)
2015-10-24 TG676 BKK NRT 2 892 07:35 15:45 THA A380 HS-TUC 45A (W)
2015-10-23 TG414 SIN BKK 881 15:55 17:15 THA B772 HS-TJB 32H (A)
2015-10-11 TG409 BKK SIN 881 16:35 19:40 THA B772 HS-TBF 31J (A)
2015-10-09 TG402 SIN BKK 881 07:40 09:00 THA B772 HS-TJA 31D (A)
2015-09-16 SQ5117 KUL SIN 185 14:30 15:30 SIA A320 9V-SLI 18D (A)
2015-09-13 SQ5426 SIN KUL 185 10:15 11:15 SIA A320 9V-MLO 06D (A)
2015-09-06 TG407 BKK SIN 881 13:50 17:05 THA A333 HS-TBG 14E (A)
2015-09-04 TG693 LAX BKK 8 268 01:25 11:15 THA B772 HS-TJT 15J (A)
2015-09-03 UA1284 EWR LAX 2 452 18:13 21:20 UAL B739 N67815 5B (A)
2015-08-31 UA1199 LAX EWR 2 452 06:55 15:29 UAL B739 N37456 1B (A)
2015-08-30 TG692 BKK LAX 8 268 13:20 17:35 THA B77E HS-TJS 16J (A)
2015-08-28 TG414 SIN BKK 881 15:55 17:15 THA B772 HS-TJT 14F (A)
2015-08-09 TG413 BKK SIN 881 11:15 14:30 THA B773 HS-TKE 15D (A)
2015-08-07 TG693 LAX BKK 8 268 01:25 11:15 THA B77E HS-TJS 14F (A)
2015-08-06 UA1496 IAH LAX 1 378 16:41 18:16 UAL B738 N33292 3E (A)
2015-08-06 UA4493 VER IAH 752 11:44 13:57 UAL E145 N11150 2A (W)
2015-07-27 CM361 LAX PTY 3 014 06:04 14:43 CMP B738 HP-1728CMP 1E (A)
2015-07-26 TG692 BKK LAX 8 268 13:20 17:35 THA B773 HS-TJW 12F (A)
2015-07-25 TG402 SIN BKK 881 07:40 09:00 THA B772 HS-TJB 15J (A)
2015-07-21 TG409 BKK SIN 881 16:25 19:40 THA B77W HS-TKB 18E (A)
2015-07-20 TG693 LAX BKK 8 268 01:30 11:15 THA B77E HS-TJR 16E (A)
2015-07-12 TG692 BKK LAX 8 268 13:20 17:35 THA B773 HS-TJR 16E (A)
2015-07-09 TG414 SIN BKK 881 15:55 17:15 THA B772 HS-TJV 11E (A)
2015-07-02 TG407 BKK SIN 881 13:50 17:05 THA A330 HS-TBF 15A (W)
2015-07-01 TG641 NRT BKK 2 892 11:00 15:30 THA B787 HS-TQB 11E (A)
2015-06-24 TG672 BKK KIX 2 588 11:00 18:30 THA A330 HS-TBB 16J (A)
2015-06-23 TG404 SIN BKK 881 12:25 13:45 THA B77W HS-TKM 11B (W)
2015-06-07 TG407 BKK SIN 881 13:50 17:05 THA A330 HS-TBE 14B (A)
2015-06-02 TG911 LHR BKK 5 958 12:30 05:45 THA B747 HS-TGB 14J (A)
2015-06-02 IB3162 MAD LHR 775 08:30 09:50 IBE A320 EC-JFN 7D (A)
2015-06-02 IB8999 VLC MAD 177 06:30 07:25 IBE CRJX EC-LPG 2C (A)
2015-05-25 LH1006 FRA BRU 190 08:25 09:20 DLH B735 D-ABIW 14C (A)
2015-05-24 TG920 BKK FRA 5 598 23:45 06:00 THA A388 HS-TUB 12K (W)
2015-05-22 TG404 SIN BKK 881 12:25 13:45 THA B77W HS-TKQ 14J (A)
2015-05-10 SQ917 MNL SIN 1 477 14:15 17:45 SIA B77W 9V-SWD 47G (A)
2015-05-07 SQ910 SIN MNL 1 477 09:35 13:10 SIA B77W 9V-SWD 35D (A)
2015-05-04 TG404 SIN BKK 881 12:25 13:45 THA B772 HS-TJG 15E (A)
2015-05-01 TG413 BKK SIN 881 11:15 14:30 THA B77W HS-TKQ 12A (A)
2015-04-15 TG409 BKK SIN 881 16:25 19:40 THA B77W HS-TKR 21A (A)
2015-04-11 TG404 SIN BKK 881 12:25 13:45 THA B77W HS-TKO 15A (A)
2015-03-29 TG401 BKK SIN 881 19:40 22:55 THA B772 HS-TJF 14E (A)
2015-03-28 TG643 NRT BKK 2 892 11:45 16:45 THA B787 HS-TQD 11E (A)
2015-03-23 TG622 BKK KIX 2 588 23:15 06:25 THA A388 HS-TUE 14J (A)
2015-03-23 TG410 SIN BKK 881 21:00 22:10 THA B77W HS-TKU 14E (A)
2015-03-21 SQ917 MNL SIN 1 477 14:15 17:50 SIA B77W 9V-SWR 47C (A)
2015-03-14 SQ910 SIN MNL 1 477 09:35 13:10 SIA B77W 9VSWN 41D (A)
2015-03-10 TG409 BKK SIN 881 16:25 19:35 THA B772 (A)
2015-03-09 TG474 BNE BKK 4 517 14:00 20:10 THA B772 HS-TJT (A)
2015-03-05 TG475 BKK SYD 4 675 17:50 07:10 THA A346 HS-TNB 17E (A)
2015-03-05 TG404 SIN BKK 881 12:25 13:30 THA B77W HS-TKW 21G (A)
2015-02-08 TG409 BKK SIN 881 16:35 19:55 THA B773 HS-TKF 15A (A)
2015-02-05 TG935 BRU BKK 5 762 13:30 06:20 THA B77W HS-TKX (A)
2015-02-01 LH2478 MUC LHR 586 16:00 17:05 DLH A319 D-AIBA (A)
2015-02-01 LH1643 GDN MUC 506 13:10 14:50 DLH E195 D-AEBP 27C (A)
2015-01-30 LH1376 FRA GDN 515 08:30 10:00 DLH B735 D-ABIS 7D (A)
2015-01-29 TG920 BKK FRA 5 598 23:40 05:30 THA A388 HS-TUB 16J (A)
2015-01-29 TG414 SIN BKK 881 15:55 17:15 THA B772 HS-TJT (A)
2015-01-03 TG409 BKK SIN 881 16:35 19:55 THA B773 HS-TKV 19A (A)
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