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Old 1st February 2016, 01:34 AM   #31
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Added the A321-100 to the list yesterday.
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Old 3rd March 2016, 11:08 PM   #32
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Mine will be boring cos parents can't afford to bring me anywhere that requires a plane ride. It's only when in army and started working my flight adventure begins.
B757-200 (SQ)
B744 (CI, SQ, CX, BA)
B767 (qantas)
B737-400 (BA, MH)
A300 (TG)
A310 (SQ)
A330 (MH, SQ, CX)
B772 (SQ, UA, CX)
B773 (SQ, CX)
B77W (SQ)
A380 (SQ)
A319 (TR, MI, easyjet)
A320 (MI, TR, 3K, VX, VA, easyjet, Aeagen, JetBlue)
A321 (BA, Aeagen)
ATR 72 (firefly)
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Old 25th September 2018, 07:29 PM   #33
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Alright people, out with them! What's your list of all aircraft types and sub-types you've traveled on? I'll begin!

Airbus:

- A300B4-200* (AI)
- A310-200* (AI)
- A319-100 (IC, AI)
- A320-200 (IC, AI, 6E, AK, QZ, MI)
- A321-100 (IC, AI)
- A330-200 (MH)/-300 (CX, D7)
- A340-300 (UL)

Boeing:

- B737-400 (MH)
- B747-400 (SQ)
- B777-300 (CX)
- B787-8 (AI)

*Foggy memories of it, I may have traveled on these types.
Decided to give this an update!

Airbus:

- A300B4-200* (AI)
- A310-200* (AI)
- A319-100 (IC, AI)
- A320-200 (IC, AI, 6E, AK, QZ, MI)
- A321-100 (IC, AI)
- A330-200 (MH)/-300 (CX, D7)
- A340-300 (UL)
- A380-800 (MH)

ATR:

- 72-500 (9W)
- 72-600 (AI)

Boeing:

- B737-400 (MH)
- B737-800 (MH)
- B747-400 (SQ)
- B777-300 (CX)
- B787-8 (AI)

*Foggy memories of it, I may have traveled on these types.
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Old 26th September 2018, 06:30 PM   #34
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Updated mine too (Edited my original post...). Quite a few edits since 2015...
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Old 28th September 2018, 04:41 PM   #35
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Lots and lots. Unfortunately I only started tracking recently.

Most memorable in the last month: Cessna 208B and Pilatus PC12 both on CQ. One flight with all female crew. The kids have tarmac (more like dirt strip) pictures just in case they grow up to be aviation geeks and feel the need to post on threads such as this.

Most memorable ever: Sabah Air Bell 206B from SDK to a timber concession inland (I just looked up the model, as I remember the call number vividly from 22 years ago). It was in the days before GPS was widely available so the pilot (ex Sri Lankan Air Force) flew with a paper map on his lap, identifying major landmarks along the way with the help of the concession owner seated next to him. No pictures, sadly.

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Old 5th November 2018, 12:09 PM   #36
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Lots and lots. Unfortunately I only started tracking recently.

Most memorable in the last month: Cessna 208B and Pilatus PC12 both on CQ. One flight with all female crew. The kids have tarmac (more like dirt strip) pictures just in case they grow up to be aviation geeks and feel the need to post on threads such as this.

Most memorable ever: Sabah Air Bell 206B from SDK to a timber concession inland (I just looked up the model, as I remember the call number vividly from 22 years ago). It was in the days before GPS was widely available so the pilot (ex Sri Lankan Air Force) flew with a paper map on his lap, identifying major landmarks along the way with the help of the concession owner seated next to him. No pictures, sadly.
Wow, those flights all sound really cool. Definitely unique experiences!
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