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halls120 (Plank Owner) 08 Oct 18, 14:58Post
Aer Lingus: A320

Aero Republica: MD-80
Air Canada: A330-300, A320, 767-300ER 

Air France: A319, A320, 777-200ER, 777-300ER, A380

Alaska: 737 combi, 737-400, 738-800
Aloha: 737-200
American Airlines: 707, MD-80, DC-10, MD-11, 727-200, A321, 738 752, 763ER, 772ER
ANA: 787

Austrian: 767-300ER

Avianca: A-320, MD-83
British Airways: A319, A320, A321, 747-400, 767-300ER, 777-200ER, A380

British Midland: A-319, F100
Brussels Airlines: A319, A320, A330-300

Cathay Pacific: 747

Delta: 727-200, 737-800, 737-900ER, 757-200, 767-300ER, A320, MD-80

Delta Connection: CRJ-200, ERJ145

Eurowings: A320

Finnair: E190

FlyBe: ATR72-600

Hawaiian: 717

Icaro Air: B732 - first and only time I was truly scared to fly
JetBlue: E190, A320

KLM Cityhopper: E190

KLM: 767, 777-200ER
Korean: B744
LAN Chile: 788
Lufthansa: A319, A320, A321, A340-200, 737-300, 737-500, 747-400, A380

Lufthansa Cityline: CRJ700
Malaysia Airlines: 777-200ER

Mark Air: 737-200
Northwest Airlines: DC-9, DC-10, 747-200

Pilgrim: DHC-6
PSA: 727-200
SAS: 737-600, 737-700, A330
Silk Air: A-320
Singapore Airlines: 747-400, 777-200

Southwest Airlines: 737-500, 737-700, 737-800

Swiss: A320
TAP: A320

Ted: A320
TWA: L-1011, DC-9

United: A319, A320, DC8, DC10, 735, 737-700, 738, 739/9ER, 752, 753, 763, 764, 772, 747, 789

United Express: ERJ-145, CRJ200, CRJ700
, E170
US Airways: A319, A320, A321
Westjet: 737-800

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DAL764 08 Oct 18, 17:30Post
It's been over 10 years since I've last been on a plane, so my memory may be a bit hazy, but let's see:

Air France - A319, A320, 747, 772

Delta Air Lines - 727, 732, 733, 738, 752, 762, 763, 764, 772, L10, L15, M11, M88, M90

Delta Connection (ASA) - AT7, CRJ, EM2
Delta Connection (Comair) - CRJ, CR7
Delta Connection (Skywest) - CRJ, EM2

Deutsche BA - 733

KLM - 737, 747, D10
KLM Cityhopper - F28, F50, F70

Lufthansa - 300, 319, 320, 321

Sabena - ARJ, 146, 340
"I mean, we're in a galaxy far, far away, and we still have to change in Atlanta" (Stewie Griffin as Darth Vader)
tangoscar 06 Dec 18, 23:49Post
Still no Dreamliner ... :|

A221 - Swiss
A310 - Hapag Lloyd
A319 - AB, LH, UA
A320 - BA, CP, JetBlue, LH, UA, US Airways, Swiss
A321 - BA, LH
A333 - Air Canada, Cathay Dragon, SAS, Swiss
A343 - LH, SAS, Swiss
A346 - LH
A359 - LH, SIA (ULR)
A380 - LH

733 - LH
735 - LH
737 - Southwest
738 - AA, Ryanair, Southwest, UA
739 - Delta
742 - Air Canada, BA, LH
743 - KLM
744 - Air Canada (-400M), BA, LH
748 - LH
752 - BA
763 - Air Canada, BA, UA
772 - Air Canada (LR), UA
773 - Air Canada, EVA, Swiss

MD-11 - Delta

CRJ200 - Cimber Air
CRJ700 - Jazz, LH
CRJ900 - LH, SkyWest

DHC-8 100 - Jazz
DHC-8 300 - CommutAir
DHC-8 400 - Augsburg Airways, FlyBe

E145 - bmi regional, ExpressJet
E190 - JetBlue, KLM, LH
E195 - LH

F70 - KLM
F100 - AirUK, dba, KLM

AVRO/BAe146 - Ryanair, Swiss

Beechcraft 1900 - Air Georgian
Lucas (netAirspace ATC & Founding Member) 07 Dec 18, 09:21Post
halls120 wrote:Aer Lingus: A320

Aero Republica: MD-80
Air Canada: A330-300, A320, 767-300ER 

Air France: A319, A320, 777-200ER, 777-300ER, A380

Alaska: 737 combi, 737-400, 738-800
Aloha: 737-200
American Airlines: 707, MD-80, DC-10, MD-11, 727-200, A321, 738 752, 763ER, 772ER
ANA: 787

Austrian: 767-300ER

Avianca: A-320, MD-83
British Airways: A319, A320, A321, 747-400, 767-300ER, 777-200ER, A380

British Midland: A-319, F100
Brussels Airlines: A319, A320, A330-300

Cathay Pacific: 747

Delta: 727-200, 737-800, 737-900ER, 757-200, 767-300ER, A320, MD-80

Delta Connection: CRJ-200, ERJ145

Eurowings: A320

Finnair: E190

FlyBe: ATR72-600

Hawaiian: 717

Icaro Air: B732 - first and only time I was truly scared to fly
JetBlue: E190, A320

KLM Cityhopper: E190

KLM: 767, 777-200ER
Korean: B744
LAN Chile: 788
Lufthansa: A319, A320, A321, A340-200, 737-300, 737-500, 747-400, A380

Lufthansa Cityline: CRJ700
Malaysia Airlines: 777-200ER

Mark Air: 737-200
Northwest Airlines: DC-9, DC-10, 747-200

Pilgrim: DHC-6
PSA: 727-200
SAS: 737-600, 737-700, A330
Silk Air: A-320
Singapore Airlines: 747-400, 777-200

Southwest Airlines: 737-500, 737-700, 737-800

Swiss: A320
TAP: A320

Ted: A320
TWA: L-1011, DC-9

United: A319, A320, DC8, DC10, 735, 737-700, 738, 739/9ER, 752, 753, 763, 764, 772, 747, 789

United Express: ERJ-145, CRJ200, CRJ700
, E170
US Airways: A319, A320, A321
Westjet: 737-800



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airtrainer 07 Dec 18, 14:24Post
Need to add two to my list :

Thai Vietjet Air: A320
Singapore Airlines: A330-300
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Yokes 19 Jan 19, 08:31Post
Update:

Aegean Airlines (A3) - A320
Aer Lingus (EI) - A320
Air Berlin (AB) - A319, A320, A332, B737, B738, F100
Air Canada (AC) - B77W, B789
Air France (AF) - A380, B77W
American Airlines (AA) - B738
British Airways (BA) - A320, B734, B763
Cityjet (WX) - RJ85
Czech Airlines (OK) - AT7
Darwin Airlines (0D) - SB20
Delta (DL) - A333, B738, B739, B752, B763, B764, MD88
Eurowings (EW) - CR9, A320
Finnair (AY) - E170
Flybe (BE) - DH8
Garuda Indonesia (GA) - B77W
Germanwings (4U) - A319
Hawaiian Airlines (HA) - B717
Hop (A5) E190
Icelandair (FI) - B752
Island Air (WP) - DH8
Jetblue (B6) - A320, E190
KLM (KL) - B744, MD11
KLM Cityhopper (KL) - E190, F70
LAN (LA) - B788
Laudamotion (OE) - A320
LTU (LT) - L1011
Lufthansa (LH) - Ju52, A319, A320, A321, B735, B748
Lufthansa Regional (LH) - E195
Olympic Air (OA) - DH8
Pegasus Airlines (PC) A320, B738
Ryanair (FR) - B738
SAS (SK) - MD82
Sichuan Airlines (3U) - A333
Singapore Airlines (SQ) - B744
Southwest Airlines (WN) B737
Swiss (LX) - A333, A343
TAP Portugal (TP) - E190
United (UA) - A319, B739, B752, B764, B772, B744
US Airways (US) - A320, A321, A332, A333, B734
VBird (VX) - A320
VLM (VO) - F50
Vueling (VY) - A320
Westjet (WS) - B738
Winair (WM) - DH6
Wissair (W6) - A320
Zak (netAirspace FAA) 27 Feb 19, 00:15Post
Time for an update:

Air Astana - A320, A321, B757-200, B767-300, F50
Air Baltic - DHC-8
Air Berlin- B737-300, A319, A320

Air France - A320, B747-400
Alaska Airlines - A320
American Airlines - B737-800, B777-300
Bangkok Airways - A319

Blue1 - BAe Avro, MD-83
bmi - A319
Breitling - L-1049F

British Airways - A319, A320, A321, A380, B777-200
Classic Wings - An-2
Condor - B757-300, B767-300

Delta Air Lines - A330-300, B767-300, CRJ, MD-88
easyJet - A319, A320
Emirates - A380, B777-300

Etihad - A319, A330-200
Eurowings - A319, B737-700, AT72, CRJ
Finnair - B737-200, E170, E190

Germanwings - A319, A320, CRJ
Hamburg International - B737-700
Hapag-Lloyd Flug - A300-600

JetBlue - A320
KLM - A330-200, B737-700, B747-400, B767-300, B777-200, B787-9 {yuck} , E170, E190, F70, MD-11
Korean Air - A380
LOT - E170

LTU - B757-200
Lufthansa - A300-600, A320, A321, A330-200, A330-300, A340-300, A340-600, A380, B737-300, B737-400, B747-400, B747-8i, CRJ
MIAT Mongolian Airlines - B767-300

Nationwide Airlines (South Africa) - B737-200
Pegasus Airlines - B737
Ryanair - B737-800

SAS - CRJ
Singapore Airlines - B777-300
Southwest Airlines - B737-700
Swiss - A320, A340-300, B777-300, BAe Avro

TAP - A319
Thomas Cook - B757-200
TuiFly - B757-200

Turkish Airlines - A320, A321
United - B767-200, E175
Winair - DHC-6

tangoscar wrote:Still no Dreamliner ... :|

You didn't miss anything there. Just when I thought you couldn't top the claustrophobic experience in LH's A346 or A388, KL crammed me into a 9-abreast 789 that was actually worse in Y+ than LH's slave ships were in standard eco. {crazy}

I crossed it off the list, and now I shall avoid it like the plague, unless it would be in 2-4-2 config.
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ShyFlyer (Founding Member) 27 Feb 19, 01:59Post
Updated list (in italics)

American Airlines
B763
B772
M83

Piedmont
B732

USAir
B734
F28
DC9

Delta
B722
M88
B752
B762

Continental
B733

Southwest
B732
B733
B737
B738

TWA
B722

Comair (OH)
EMB120
Metro III

SkyWest
CR2
EMB120

Republic
E170
Q400

GoJet
CR7

ExpressJet
CR2
E135
E145

Christman
B99
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tangoscar 27 Feb 19, 03:02Post
Zak wrote:Time for an update:

Air Astana - A320, A321, B757-200, B767-300, F50
Air Baltic - DHC-8
Air Berlin- B737-300, A319, A320

Air France - A320, B747-400
Alaska Airlines - A320
American Airlines - B737-800, B777-300
Bangkok Airways - A319

Blue1 - BAe Avro, MD-83
bmi - A319
Breitling - L-1049F

British Airways - A319, A320, A321, A380, B777-200
Classic Wings - An-2
Condor - B757-300, B767-300

Delta Air Lines - A330-300, B767-300, CRJ, MD-88
easyJet - A319, A320
Emirates - A380, B777-300

Etihad - A319, A330-200
Eurowings - A319, B737-700, AT72, CRJ
Finnair - B737-200, E170, E190

Germanwings - A319, A320, CRJ
Hamburg International - B737-700
Hapag-Lloyd Flug - A300-600

JetBlue - A320
KLM - A330-200, B737-700, B747-400, B767-300, B777-200, B787-9 {yuck} , E170, E190, F70, MD-11
Korean Air - A380
LOT - E170

LTU - B757-200
Lufthansa - A300-600, A320, A321, A330-200, A330-300, A340-400, A340-600, A380, B737-300, B737-400, B747-400, B747-8i, CRJ
MIAT Mongolian Airlines - B767-300

Nationwide Airlines (South Africa) - B737-200
Pegasus Airlines - B737
Ryanair - B737-800

SAS - CRJ
Singapore Airlines - B777-300
Southwest Airlines - B737-700
Swiss - A320, A340-400, B777-300, BAe Avro

TAP - A319
Thomas Cook - B757-200
TuiFly - B757-200

Turkish Airlines - A320, A321
United - B767-200, E175
Winair - DHC-6

tangoscar wrote:Still no Dreamliner ... :|

You didn't miss anything there. Just when I thought you couldn't top the claustrophobic experience in LH's A346 or A388, KL crammed me into a 9-abreast 789 that was actually worse in Y+ than LH's slave ships were in standard eco. {crazy}

I crossed it off the list, and now I shall avoid it like the plague, unless it would be in 2-4-2 config.


Sorry to hear :(

How was your experience with B6 and WN compared to Alaska, DAL and AAL?
airtrainer 27 Feb 19, 05:25Post
Zak wrote:You didn't miss anything there. Just when I thought you couldn't top the claustrophobic experience in LH's A346 or A388, KL crammed me into a 9-abreast 789 that was actually worse in Y+ than LH's slave ships were in standard eco. {crazy}

I crossed it off the list, and now I shall avoid it like the plague, unless it would be in 2-4-2 config.


I was about to say that the A350 is way better, but I remembered my flight on IB last year: {redflag}
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Yokes 27 Feb 19, 17:33Post
Zak wrote:Swiss - A340-400



New type of the A340? Or did they finally fit more powerfull engines to the -300? {laugh} {nut}
Zak (netAirspace FAA) 27 Feb 19, 21:50Post
Yokes wrote:
Zak wrote:Swiss - A340-400



New type of the A340? Or did they finally fit more powerfull engines to the -300? {laugh} {nut}

{grumpy} :))

It managed to take off in JNB, albeit after accelerating on the ground for what felt like an eternity. So I figured it couldn't have been a regular -300.

tangoscar wrote:How was your experience with B6 and WN compared to Alaska, DAL and AAL?

TR to follow, hopefully this weekend.

In short - DL flight was canxed b/o wx. B6 was fine. AS was great, but I flew in first, so it's hard to compare. WN was fine.

In general, when having to chose between DL and AA, I'd pick DL these days.
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ANCFlyer (netAirspace ATC & Founding Member) 27 Feb 19, 23:15Post
Zak wrote: AS was great, but I flew in first, so it's hard to compare. WN was fine.

In general, when having to chose between DL and AA, I'd pick DL these days.


Curious about the AS flight, it was a 320 but . . . was it modified with AS interior? That is: 45" pitch in F or the VX pitch of 54". AS still hasn't completed the interior mods after seizing control of VX. If you were lucky enough to get on a still outfitted VS bird count your blessings. I'd like to have a set of the F seats in my living room! AS definitely dumbed down the VX product in a BIG way. Sad to say.

As DL or AA. For me a toss-up. AA has begun squeezing in more Y/Y+ seats therefore the pitch in F has gone down to 44" and all the new 738Max ships are coming from Boeing already cattle-cared (30" pitch in Y). I flew DL a bit ago from MCO-MSP-ORD, strangely, both were 757s, and they were fine. Delta 1 is a great product. I have avoided UA in the last two/three years as AS is a mileage partner with AA (DL was as well until a year ago) and I find UA generally more $$$ for very similar flight (usually ORD-MCO-ORD) and seat (F) - fat old crusty grumpy CSM doesn't do Y. {drillsergeant}
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PA110 (Founding Member) 02 Mar 19, 17:37Post
Eleventy-billion UA 737-900ER and 737-800 flights, but finally caught a ride on UA's new Max 9. Larger windows, redesigned cabin walls and seat-back tray table configuration. Much quieter. Very cool LED lighting that changes progressively over the course of the flight. Will be flying AA's new Max 8 next month, as well as Latam Argentina A320, Latam Chile A321, and Aerolineas Argentinas B738.
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PA110 (Founding Member) 02 Mar 19, 17:44Post
Zak wrote:Just when I thought you couldn't top the claustrophobic experience in LH's A346 or A388, KL crammed me into a 9-abreast 789 that was actually worse in Y+ than LH's slave ships were in standard eco. {crazy}

I crossed it off the list, and now I shall avoid it like the plague, unless it would be in 2-4-2 config.


UA B788 standard config is 9-abreast. I'm a big guy and I didn't find it particularly tight. Then again, I had an aisle seat. I suspect window seats might be a little more cramped due to the cabin wall.
Look, it's been swell, but the swelling's gone down.
Zak (netAirspace FAA) 15 Mar 19, 14:23Post
ANCFlyer wrote:Curious about the AS flight, it was a 320 but . . . was it modified with AS interior? That is: 45" pitch in F or the VX pitch of 54". AS still hasn't completed the interior mods after seizing control of VX. If you were lucky enough to get on a still outfitted VS bird count your blessings. I'd like to have a set of the F seats in my living room! AS definitely dumbed down the VX product in a BIG way. Sad to say.

Sorry Pep, I missed that question. I've never flown VX (or AS before), so I can't be sure. But it was a lie flat seat with endless pitch, so I'm guessing it was still the old VX interior. It was AS branded, though.

PA110 wrote:Will be flying AA's new Max 8 next month

No, you won't {mischief}
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ANCFlyer (netAirspace ATC & Founding Member) 16 Mar 19, 09:32Post
Zak wrote: I've never flown VX (or AS before), so I can't be sure. But it was a lie flat seat with endless pitch, so I'm guessing it was still the old VX interior. It was AS branded, though.



VX interior then . . . .


Zak wrote:
PA110 wrote:Will be flying AA's new Max 8 next month

No, you won't {mischief}


Now that's just mean . . . . {laugh}
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Yokes 08 Jun 19, 07:32Post
Update:

Aegean Airlines (A3) - A320
Aer Lingus (EI) - A320
Air Berlin (AB) - A319, A320, A332, B737, B738, F100
Air Canada (AC) - B77W, B789
Air France (AF) - A380, B77W
American Airlines (AA) - B738
British Airways (BA) - A320, B734, B763
Cityjet (WX) - RJ85
Czech Airlines (OK) - AT7
Darwin Airlines (0D) - SB20
Delta (DL) - A333, B738, B739, B752, B763, B764, MD88
Eurowings (EW) - CR9, A320
Finnair (AY) - E170
Flybe (BE) - DH8
Garuda Indonesia (GA) - B77W
Germanwings (4U) - A319
Hawaiian Airlines (HA) - B717
Hop (A5) E190
Icelandair (FI) - B752
Island Air (WP) - DH8
Jetblue (B6) - A320, E190
KLM (KL) - B744, MD11
KLM Cityhopper (KL) - E190, F70
LAN (LA) - B788
Laudamotion (OE) - A320
LTU (LT) - L1011
Lufthansa (LH) - Ju52, A319, A320, A321, B735, B748
Lufthansa Regional (LH) - E195
Motor Sich (M9) AN24
Olympic Air (OA) - DH8
Pegasus Airlines (PC) A320, B738
Ryanair (FR) - B738
SAS (SK) - MD82
Sichuan Airlines (3U) - A333
Singapore Airlines (SQ) - B744
Southwest Airlines (WN) B737
Swiss (LX) - A333, A343
TAP Portugal (TP) - E190
Ukraine Int. Airlines (PS) B738
United (UA) - A319, B739, B752, B764, B772, B744
US Airways (US) - A320, A321, A332, A333, B734
VBird (VX) - A320
VLM (VO) - F50
Vueling (VY) - A320
Westjet (WS) - B738
Winair (WM) - DH6
Wissair (W6) - A320
PA110 (Founding Member) 09 Jun 19, 01:15Post
Update

Aer Lingus (EI) B741
Aeroflot (SU) TU142
Aerolineas Argentinas (AR) B737, B742, B747SP
Air Afrique (RK) DC10, B727 (W/L), B763 (W/L), A300-600, A310
Air BVI (BL) DC3
Air Canada (AC) DC9, L1011, B727, B767, A319, A320, E175
Air France (AF) B741, B744, A320, A321
Air Greenland (GL) B757, A330, DH7
Air Jamaica (JM) B727, A300
Air Malawi (QM) HS748
Air Namibia (SW) B747SP, B732, B1900
Air New Zealand (NZ) B762, B744
Air Niugini (PX) A310, F28, DH7
Air Pacific (FJ) B762, B744
Air Zimbabwe (UM) Viscount 800, BAe146
Alaska (AS) MD80, B733, B734, B738, B739
Aloha (AQ) B737, B732
American (AA) DC9, DC10, MD80, MD11, B727, B733, B738, B762, B763, A321
American Eagle (AA): ATR42, ATR72, Shorts 360, 
ANA (NH) B763, B773
Ansett Australia (AN) B762
Ansett New Zealand (ZQ) BAe146
Blue1 (KF) MD80
British Airways (BA) VC10, B742, B744, B757, B767
British Midland (BM) B734
Canadian (CP) B732, B763, DC10
Caribbean (BW) ATR72
Cayman (KX) B733, DHT
Cebu Pacific (5J) A320
Command (DD) Shorts 330, Shorts 360
Continental (CO) DC10
Cook Island Air (KH) DHT
CSA (OK) IL62
DAT (QG/SN) F27
Delta (DL) DC9, MD80, B727, B737, B757, B767, L1011
Eastern (EA) DC9, B727, B757, L1011
El Al (LY) B720
Emirates (EK) A380
Empire (EM) F28
Gulf Air (GF) A340, A330, A320
Iran Air (IR) B732, B727
JetBlue (B6) A320
Kenya Airways (KQ) A310
KLM (KL) DC8, B734, B767, A310, B742, B744, B772, F100
Latam (LA) B762, A321
Latam Argentina (4M) A320
Lufthansa (LH) B732, B727, B744, DC10, A346, CRJ
Malaysian (MH) B743, B744, B734, DC10
MIAT Mongolian (OM) B727, AN24
National (NA) B741
New York Air (NY) DC9, MD80, B733
New York Helicopter (??) Sikorsky S-58
NLM Cityhopper (HN) F27
Nordair (ND) B732
Northwest (NW) B742, B744, DC10
Pan Am (PA) B707, B727, B732, B733, B741, B742, A300, A310, L1011
Piedmont (PI) B732, B733, B727
Pilgrim (PM) DHT
Prinair (PQ) DH114, C212
PSA (PS) MD80, BAe146
Qantas (QF) B763, B742, B743, B744
Royal Air Maroc (AT) B707, B742
Royal Jordanian (RJ) B727, L1011
Quebecair (QB) B732
Sabena (SN) B732, B741, DC10
Scandinavian (SK) MD80, B742, A340
Silk Air (MI) A320
Singapore (SQ) B757, B744, B773
SkyWest (OO) CRJ
South African (SA) B744, A300, A320
TACA (TA) A320, Shorts 360
Talair (??) DHT
TAME (EQ) A319, A320, E190
Thai (TG) B737, A300
TWA (TW) B727, B742, MD80, L1011
United (UA) DC8, B727, B732, B733, B736, B737, B738, B379, B7M9, B757, B762, B763, B764, B772, DC10, A319, A320, B744, B788
USAfrica (E6) MD11
USAir (US) B727, B732, B733, F100, B757, A320, BAe146
Varig (RG) DC10
Virgin America (VX) A320
Virgin Atlantic (VS) B742, B744, A346
Virgin Islands Seaplane (3G): Grumman Mallard
Western (WA) B727, DC10
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