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Texas T
12-07-2003, 21:11
I know this is going to be nothing compared to many of you, but I thought it would be another way to help get the forum rolling.

Piper Arrow
Piper Traumahawk (Tomahawk)
Cessna 172

The Arrow belonged to a co-worker and I got to fly it for a little on a trip from Reno back to Livermore.

The 172 belonged to my boss and I got to fly it when we would visit one of our stores in Fresno.

The Tomahawk was my trainer. Nice little airplace but pretty sensitive in a stall. My instructor was quick to grab the controls one day when one wing dipped all of a sudden. :)


T

Superfueler
12-07-2003, 21:25
Lets see.....

PA-28-180 (Hershey bar wing)
C-172 (120 hours or so in that)
BE-99
C-208
PC-12 (all of .5 hours....woohoo!)
C-172RG
C-210
C-206

Thats all I can think of for now.

phone*guy
12-07-2003, 21:45
R-22
R-22B
R-44
H269
B206BIII
B206L
MD500C
AS350
S58-T
~2

Texas T
12-07-2003, 21:52
Phone guy... got a preference out of that list?

C150J
12-07-2003, 21:54
C150A
C152
C172
C208B
PA-28
M20J
Extra 300L
PA-44
PA-31
BE20
8KCAB
R22
S-76
B777 Simulator (1 hour logged)

sopdan
12-07-2003, 21:59
Hmmmmm, so many to remember.....



















C-172R

does a Frasca 142 count??? :)

phone*guy
12-07-2003, 22:04
Originally posted by Texas T
Phone guy... got a preference out of that list?

The 500C, no question about it.

Texas T
12-07-2003, 22:06
Originally posted by C150J
B777 Simulator (1 hour logged) Details!!! An inside contact? A freebie? Or....?

rwg_bt
12-07-2003, 22:12
Citabria 7ECA
Aeronca 7AC Champ (few feelings in the world like hand-propping a plane made in '46 and then flying it.)
Cessna 152
150 Aerobat (woohoo, legal aerobatics! this was a kind favor from my CFI.. it is owned by his dad's friend.)
and of course a 172N

So far, PIC only in the 172.

C150J
12-07-2003, 22:17
Texas T - although my website is VERY outdated (2 years and hundreds of flight hours), there are pics from my 777 ride on it: www.maasaviation.com . My dad managed to get me some time, but after 9/11, I hear they aren't too keen on such things. I also flew in a KC-135 sim on an ANG base, but that wasn't loggable.

Justin

F14Scott
12-07-2003, 22:23
As Aircrew:
T-34C
T-39
T-2
F-14A
E-2
F-18B
Cessna 152 (as a civilian)

As Passenger:
H-60
C-2
C-130
C-whatever the jet C-130 is
C-141
C-9
C-12

rwg_bt
12-07-2003, 22:30
Originally posted by F14Scott

Cessna 152 (as a civilian)


One would hope so! ;f

Texas T
12-07-2003, 22:31
Originally posted by C150J
Texas T - although my website is VERY outdated (2 years and hundreds of flight hours), there are pics from my 777 ride on it: www.maasaviation.com . My dad managed to get me some time, but after 9/11, I hear they aren't too keen on such things. I also flew in a KC-135 sim on an ANG base, but that wasn't loggable.
I'll take a look. I've got some right seat time in a KC-97 (that's going back some years), but since I was about 8 years old at the time I couldn't log it either. ;f


T

BillCola
12-07-2003, 23:22
C-150
C-152
C-172
C-172XP
C-172RG
C-177RG
C-182
C-182RG
C-TR182
C-T210
C-P210
C-310
C-T310

Piper Warrior
Piper Archer
Piper Arrow
Piper Turbo Arrow

Beech Sundowner

Mooney M20E

Bellanca Citabria
Bellanca Decathlon

1/2 hr demo flight in Bell 47

flybywire
12-07-2003, 23:49
T41, T37, T38 (AF UPT)
F-4C/D/E
F-16C/D
F-18A/B

DC-9-30
MD-88
B-727 (flight engineer only)
B-757-200
B-767-200/300/300ER (for one of the airlines bleeding cash)

about 20 different light acft (CFI/CFII)
Huey, Cobra - helo demo flights

That's all.

Medpilot 2
12-08-2003, 03:28
C-150/2
C-172 and RG
C-182 and RG and turbo
C-210 and turbo
C-414/421

PA-28
PA-34
PA-38
PA-44

BE-36
BE-58

DA-20 (Katana)

SY-6M (Slingsby)

A310 Level D Simulator

That's about it for me. :)

Edit: Out of all of them, the BE-58 (Baron) is my fav. :cool:

mighty_cherokee
12-08-2003, 05:35
C-150
C-152
C-172
Piper Cherokee
Piper Tomahawk
Twin Bonanza
Beech Baron
Britten-Norman Islander

cmuncy
12-08-2003, 07:39
I once stayed at a Holiday Inn...

Does that count?? ;f

HerrGlock
12-08-2003, 10:13
OH-58A
OH-58A+
OH-58C
OH-58C/S
OH-58D
OH-58D[I]
OH-58D/R
UH-1H
UH-1M

Piper Cherokee, WOOHOO! 7.7 hours ;j

DanH

Semper Glock
12-09-2003, 09:22
The usual ga stuff, plus:

Ce 208
Ce 310
Ce 402b/c
Ce 404
Ce 441
Emb 110
Sa 227
Mu 2
Lr 24
AVRO 146

sf340flyer
12-09-2003, 13:17
another XJ driver?

glockandme
12-09-2003, 13:33
c-150
C-152
c-172p
C-172R (fuel injected)
;f

Slabside
12-09-2003, 13:49
Among many...OV1D Mohawk. Not pretty but very aerobatic.

http://www.imagestation.com/picture/sraid92/pe87bfa211b997c509c8efe42a997de19/fa57a451.jpg

Semper Glock
12-09-2003, 15:18
Originally posted by sf340flyer
another XJ driver?


Sad, but true.;f

Lew-G17
12-09-2003, 21:07
152
172
120
RV-4
O2A
L19
T28
AN2
Piper ? Single Engine
Piper ? Twin
Aeronca Champ

flybywire
12-09-2003, 21:28
Originally posted by Lew-G17
AN2


where from?

S2CPitts
12-09-2003, 21:33
172
172RG
182
T-41
PA-18-150 Supercub
Duchess
C410
Twin Bonanza
BE1900 Sim

lakersfan16
12-09-2003, 22:51
Cessna 120
Cessna 150
Cessna 152
Cessna 172
Piper Warrior PA-28-161
Piper Arrow PA-28-180
Piper Seminole PA-44-180
Piper Pacer PA-20
Luscombe 8E
Glass Air I
Super Decathlon

Bullman
12-10-2003, 06:00
A 1965 Piper Commanche 265. Unfortunately, none of the times I spent at the controls are loggable hours, because I don't have a license, Dad just let me take over for him for the fun of it. Never took off or landed either.

I have a lot of hours on the Microsoft combat flight simulator on lots of different types, I know that probably doesn't count for much either.

M2 Carbine
12-10-2003, 15:03
Piper Colt and Tri Pacer
J3 Cub
Aeronca Chief and Champ
Luscomb
Mooney
Stinson
Cherokee
Commanche
Cessna 150,152,172,182
Citibria
Dehavaland Beaver L20
Hiller OH23 B,C,D
Brantly B-2
Hughes TH55 (killer)
Sikorsky H19 C,D
Bell OH13, G47 D,G,G3B1,H
Bell 206 B,B3,L,L1,L3
Bell UH1 A,B
Sikorsky S76 (One day when my Bell 206L's skid cross tube broke on landing offshore, a couple buddies picked me and my passengers up to take us to the beach. One of the pilots gave me his seat and the other said take us in. I ragged them all the way in about how easy the S76 was to fly and it took two of them to fly it. They even let me land it at Galveston Airport. If a company offical would have seen us we all would have been fired);f
Bell 407
Quicksilver (ultralite airplane)
PPC (powered powerchute)

ateamer
12-10-2003, 16:05
PA-38-112 Tomahawk
PA-28-161 Warrior II
C-172M
C-172N
C-150F
BE-33 Debonair (Okay, only five minutes, but I was the sole manipulator)
J-3-85 (15-20 minutes) - Second most fun aircraft I have ever been in - the most fun was an R-44 Astro, but just as a passenger.

Lew-G17
12-10-2003, 17:54
flybywire,

It was at the air show in Asheboro, NC (W44). I was involved in managing the show and got a chance to go for a ride in Big Bubinski which is based at the museum in Charlotte, NC. While we were riding around I was asked if I wanted to try it. I got about 15 minutes of time in it, including 1 stall. They are great planes, and very easy to fly.

40Cal
12-10-2003, 23:13
C152
C172
C172R
C172SP
C182
Piper Warrior
Piper Arrow
Piper Seneca

That's it so far but hopefully we'll be adding some military aircraft to that list in the next 3 or 4 years.

neofite
12-11-2003, 09:25
edited

neofite
12-11-2003, 09:27
C-150,172,182,310(G,H,&R),340,402,401
PA31-350(ok 140 also)
Beech 35,55,58TC
DeHavilland DHC-6 Twin Otter(muy fun a/c)
Shorts SD-330,typed(box the Otter came in)
Convair 580,typed as 340/440,580 is an STC(love this a/c)
ATR 42/72,typed(French trash)
Saab SF 340,typed
Embraer 145,typed
MD-80,no type(frown)
almost forgot...
Lockheed L-18 Lodestar
one trip in a DC-3

Patriot328
12-11-2003, 18:35
Originally posted by sf340flyer
another XJ driver?



Good luck guys. DH is behind you!! I'll buy ya lunch at the panda express in CVG any time.



Brings the question, since DAL and NWA now code out of CVG, I would assume any flying y'all do in or out of CVG would be considered struck work and CMR or ACA should not fly it, correct?

Patriot328
12-11-2003, 18:38
Hmmm.. if this doesn't give away my education/employement history, I don't know what will...

C152
C172(rg)
C182
TB-9
M20J
PA-44 seminole
Seneca
King Air 90
Metro III
J-41
DO328JET
oh, and 20 min at the controls of a 767-300ER that had less than 15hrs on the airframe.. not loggable, but fun as hell for someone who hadn't flown anything bigger than a king air!!

not a long list..

if you include the BS sim stuff

727
737
757
767
777
MD11
L1011...

TheGrinch
12-14-2003, 11:40
...

flybywire
12-14-2003, 15:13
Originally posted by TheGrinch
First flight lesson- December 17, 1978 - 75 year anniverary of first powered flight.

Piper-

Tomahawk
Warrior
Archer
Seminole
Navaho

Beech-

V35 Bonanza
King Air 200
T34B
T34C

Cessna (or as my friend's son calls it- Cnessna)
150
152
172

Others-

Experimental-

Glasair I - FT and RG
Glasair II - Super II RG
Glasair III
GlaStar

Fun Jets-

T2C
TA4J
F5F
F14A

Fat Jets-

B757 200
B767 200,300, 300ER
MD88
MD90

Easiest to fly- F5F
Most fun to fly- Glasair Super II RG
Best entry level airplane- Glastar
Favorite Airliner- B757
The one I miss the most- F14A

Best,

Grinch

Let me guess: Navy background (that was the easy part). Currently DFW based M88/90 with DAL? recently displaced from 767?

mbsigman
12-14-2003, 23:28
Single Cessnas
Single Pipers
Debonair
Bonanza F33
AA5B
Citabria
Mooney 201

PA34
PA44
C402 (great landing airplane -makes you look good!)
C421
BE58TC (fast!)

Diesel Three

DHC6 Twin Otter (GREAT airplane)

BA14 Jetstream (Miserable airplane. Ever see the movie Alien? "In space no one can hear you scream." They got it wrong. In a Jetstream no one can hear you scream. Which is probably a good thing!)

DHC8 Dash-8 (FANTASTIC airplane! Grossly overpowered and terrific handling. Quiet. A dream to fly.)

Saab SF340 (good cockpit but grossly underpowered. Turn on engine anti-ice and your climbing days are over.)

ATR42/72, mostly the 72. (Quirky as hell and ice-critical, but can haul tons of gas, tons of bags and tons of pax.)

EMB145. (Great airplane, all glass, fast. Like a sports car.)

DC9

MD80

Mike

TheGrinch
12-14-2003, 23:38
Originally posted by flybywire
Let me guess: Navy background (that was the easy part). Currently DFW based M88/90 with DAL? recently displaced from 767?

Almost...

Exile
12-15-2003, 05:11
DH Chipmunk
Sedbergh
Motorfalke
C150
C152
SA Bulldog
Aerospatiale Gazelle
Robin Alpha
Robin Dauphin
C172
Piper Cherokee
Piper Warrior

Also some short but cherished handling on;

Hawker Hunter
Bell 47
Bell 427
Piper Twin Comanche
AS 355 F2(Twinstar to you colonials)
Boeing Stearman

busdriver
12-18-2003, 20:23
Lots of Cessna, Beech & Pipers ...
Mooney Ranger, Stinson Voyager, Citabria ...
Taylorcraft, Luscomb, Champ ...

DC-6
BAC 111
DC-9
MD-80
Airbus A319/320/321

http://www.airbusdriver.net

G17/26

4TS&W
12-18-2003, 21:05
(Seated 2 place) powered parachute
Ultralight
C-150
Piper Commanche


:)

flybywire
12-20-2003, 23:06
Originally posted by TheGrinch
Almost...

Displaced from DFW to ATL, and still on the 767?

JonnyB
12-22-2003, 07:30
Let's see...

Readers, please see if you can spot a trend here.

Bellanca 7ECA
Bellanca 7GCAA
Bellanca 7GCBC

Aeronca 7AC/CCM
Aeronca 7AC/DC
One of the above was on floats - I can't recall which - and I got a seaplane rating in it.

Piper PA-18-150 Super Cub - just after the skis came off. Dang! This was a real lightweight, and really hauled ass. Fun, fun, fun.

A hint for those not familiar with any of the above: They're all two-place, tandem-seat, high-wing, tailwheel aircraft. They range from 85 to 150 HP. I have yet to fly a nosewheel aircraft as PIC. There's just something wrong with 'steering wheels', too, but in the case of a Cessna 180 or 185, I'd make an exception.

JB

W. Bell
12-24-2003, 21:31
Beech 18
DC-3
Queen Air
F-27
Gulfstream I
Metroliner III
Lear Jet, 20,30
Jetstar
Falcon 20
Chalenger 600, 601
Sabre
Hawker 700, 800,
EMB-145

Stearman C3R

Texas T
12-24-2003, 21:37
W.Bell, excuse me while I wipe the drool from my keyboard. :( ;f


T

W. Bell
12-24-2003, 21:57
Texas T, You are a little North and West of IAH. What town?
Dont worry, No one can hide on a fourm.

Texas T
12-24-2003, 22:43
www.thewoodlands.com

T

BTM203
01-03-2004, 17:34
Piper Tomahawk

AS350BA Squirrel
UH-1H Iroquois
S-70A-9 Blackhawk

The joys of working in military aviation.

If it can't hover, don't bother!

dozing4dollars
01-04-2004, 11:09
Cherokee 140
Cessna 172
Cessna 310
Cessna 404

T-37
T-38
AT-38
OA-37

B-727
A-320
B-757
DC-10
A-330
B-747/400

Favorite: B-747/400- the "electric whale" is awesome! It has taken me up over the North Pole, down under to SYD and everywhere in between. I am very grateful and humbled to have flown her for nearly a decade... ;f

Superfueler
01-04-2004, 14:47
Originally posted by dozing4dollars

B-727
A-320
B-757
DC-10
A-330
B-747/400



Lemme guess, you fly for NWA? :)

What do you currently fly?

dozing4dollars
01-05-2004, 13:43
Let's just put it this way:

"Its not on a Boeing that I be going ! ;f

Glocknsgreat
01-08-2004, 01:17
I have flown EVERY aircraft that Microsoft has ever made. ;f

freight dog
01-08-2004, 12:26
The handle tells the tale;

C-150/A
C-152
C-172
C-182
C-182RG
BE-V35B
Yak-15
PA-28
PA-38
PA-31-310
PA-31-T
PA-44
PA-60-600 I love the Deathstar!
C-208B I like when ATC says "Traffic is a Boeing anything on five mile final, make short approach, cleared for the visual approach." I imagine the local controller looking up and going "cool" or "what the hell is that?".;a


Favorite departure; 18L at CVG during the evening Comair/Delta push in the Caravan. They'll put me in position but ask me to roll down just a bit, put Comair/Delta in position behind with traffic on 4 mile final. When landing traffic is clear, they'll clear me for takeoff with an immediate left turn to 090, count to 8 and clear Comair/Delta to go. There is an observation deck midfield on the east side, they always get a close up of the smile on my face. That is a great example of a good controller knowing the capabilities of the aircraft he is dealing with and keeping things moving. I often get a "nice job" before the handoff. The guys at CVG are top notch.

Top of the wish list; my own Pitts S1-11B, anyone got one just sitting around?

amprecon
01-08-2004, 20:12
Cessna 172R, S
Cessna 170
Piper PA28-181
....and one catapult shot in a C-2 Greyhound as a passenger of course

FB3
01-08-2004, 20:34
Aeronca 7AC
C-150
C-172
C-180
C-182
J-3
PA-22
PA-18
PA-28
PA-30
PA-31
Pitts S2-B
Extra 300
T-33
T-37
T-38
C-141
OV-10
L-188
B-727
DC-9
A-300
L-1011
B-767

God I'm old!

Texas T
01-08-2004, 20:42
Originally posted by FB3
God I'm old! Perhaps, but you have the envy of those of us sitting back in the paying seats. :)


T

Glockspiel
01-12-2004, 11:17
.

RobBob
01-20-2004, 07:02
C-150
C-152
C-152 Aerobat
C-172
C-172RG
C-182
C-182RG
C-210
C-310

Pipers (I can never remember the number designations):

Cub
Pa-32-140
Warrior
Archer
Arrow
Lance
Cherokee Six
Dakota
Pathfinder
Comanche
Seminole
Seneca
Navajo

Misc:

R-22
Mooney M20
Varga Katchina
Diamond Katana
Socata
Tobago
Baron 58
Beech Skipper

Beech 1900D
DeHavilland Dash-8
CRJ 200
CRJ 700
CRJ 900

Most of those were accumulated through my years flight instructing in the Los Angeles area.

Rob

Superfueler
01-20-2004, 09:26
How do you like the CRJ 900 compared to the other CRJ's?

Santa CruZin
01-20-2004, 13:38
Beech Skipper
C-152
C-172
Tomahawk
Cherokee
Dutchess (not rated)
Tri-Pacer

RobBob
01-21-2004, 17:29
Originally posted by Superfueler
How do you like the CRJ 900 compared to the other CRJ's?

The 900 is a very nice flying plane. Of all the variants of the CRJ the 900 is the only one that feels "big". When you are taxiing you have to remember that there is a lot of airplane behind you. On takeoff when you rotate you feel like you are on an elevator before the mains leave the ground. Performance is great but not spectacular. FL 350-370 is a good cruise altitude for most weight/ambient conditions. Speed is good, .80 is standard. I wish that it performed like the CRJ700. The 700 has a much better power to weight ratio and overall is a better performer.

Rob

Superfueler
01-21-2004, 21:50
I've heard that the first -700's had problems with reliablity. Has Bombardier sorted that out with the -900, or are they still coming on the line and having problems?

(sorry to keep bugging you with questions.......)

RobBob
01-22-2004, 04:34
Originally posted by Superfueler
I've heard that the first -700's had problems with reliablity. Has Bombardier sorted that out with the -900, or are they still coming on the line and having problems?

(sorry to keep bugging you with questions.......)

No problem at all! The first 700's did have some minor glitches. I don't recall exactly what they were since they were all worked out by the time I started flying it. I do remember one about not being able to carry max fuel for some reason, and another involving APUs generating a lot of fault codes. Luckily Bombardier learns quickly and the 900 does not have any of the problems that the 700 had initially. The difference between the 900 and the 200 are like night and day! The 200 had numerous teething problems that were patched to one extent or the other and of course there is no comparison in performance. When I started in the -200 I was told that it was a jet below 25,000 and a really fast turboprop above!

Rob

jetstar
01-26-2004, 11:33
c-150
c-172
c-172rg
c-182
c-207
c-210
c-310
c-402
c-421
be-55
be-58
be-99
pa-28
pa-31
hs-125 700,800
c-560
c-560xl
c-750
l-1329

Superfueler
01-26-2004, 14:23
I have to say that I think the Jetstar has to be one of the sexiest biz-jets out there. Its lines are straight out of the 1950's. How did/do you like flying it?

jetstar
01-27-2004, 20:44
The Jetstar was a great airplane easy to fly made the pilots look good.

jcbugg
01-31-2004, 11:48
Starting with the 7AC and ending with the t craft on floats

AERONCA 7ECA
AERONCA 7AC
AERONCA CHIEF
AERONCA L 16B
BEECH D18S
CESSNA 150
CESSNA 152
CESSNA 177
CESSNA 172
CESSNA 206
CESSNA 305
CITABRIA 150HP W/FLAPS NUMBER ??
CITABRIA 7GCA
DECATHLON 8KCAB
GRUMMAN TR 2
LINK
LUSCOMBE 8A
MOONEY MITE M-18-L
PIPER COLT
PIPER L-3
PIPER PA 18
PIPER PA 22
PIPER PA 23
PIPER PA 28
PITTS S2A
TAYLORCRAFT DO NOT RECALL MODEL

SlimlineGlock
02-06-2004, 07:51
C-150
C-172
C-182
C-210
Citabria
Cherokee
T-37
T-38
O-2A
F-5
F-4C/C/E
A-10
DC-10
B-737
B-757
B-767
B-777

AK_Stick
02-07-2004, 02:40
anyone ever fly the OV-10?