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Update March 2017 (new ones are bolded):-

 

Malaysia Airlines MH

F50, B734, B738, A333, A388

MASwings M-

ATR72-500, ATR72-600

AirAsia AK

B733, A320

AirAsia X

A333

Singapore Airlines SQ

A388

Silk Air MI

A319

Royal Brunei Airlines BI

B77E

Dragonair KA

A333

HongKong Airlines HX

A320

Qantas QF

B744

KLM/KLM Cityhopper KL

E190, B77W

British Airways BA

A319, A320, A321, B77E, B77W, B789

Tiger Airways TR

A320

Xiamen Airlines MF

B737

Aegen Airlines A3

A321

Olympic Air OA

A320

easyJet U2

A320

Ryanair FR

B738

Monarch Airlines ZB

A321

Air Canada AC

B77W

Lufthansa/Lufthansa CityLine LH/CL

E190, B744

 

Not sure if it's okay to do so, but recorded and uploaded the videos on my recent travels here on my channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/BorneanWingz

Critics and comments are welcome

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2018 Update

 

Malaysia Airlines DC10-30/737-400/500/800/747-400/777-200ER/A330-300

MAS Wings ATR 72-500

Firefly ATR 72-500/600

Air Asia A320-200

Air Asia X A330-300

Malindo ATR 72-600/737-900ER

Berjaya Air ATR 72-500

Singapore Airlines 757-200/777-200/777-300

Royal Brunei 767-300/A320-200

Thai Airways 777-300/200

Japan Airlines 747-300

Asiana Airlines B777-200

Air Busan A321-200

Cathay Pacific B777-200/B747-400/A330-300

China Southern Airlines A319, A320-200, 777-300ER

Qantas 747-400/767-300

Virgin Blue 737-700/800

KLM 747-400M

Austrian 777-200/A321

Austrian Wings DHC8-Q400

Tyrolean DHC8-Q400

Lauda Air 777-200/737-400

Malev Hungarian Airlines 737-500/CRJ 200

Croatia Airlines 737-200

Lufthansa 747-400

Royal Jordanian A330-200

Lion Air 737-900ER

Vietnam Airlines A321-200

Qatar Airways A330-200/A330-300/A340-600/777-300ER/787-8

Emirates Airline A380-800, A330-200, 777-300ER

American Airlines 737-800

United Airlines 757-200

 

New Aircraft in 2017

 

Icelandair 757-200/767-300ER

British Airways 767-300ER

Iberia A320/A321

Malaysia Airlines A380-800

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Updating:

Malaysia Airlines (MH): F27, F50, B732, B734, B735, B738, B744, B77E, A300B4-200, A332, A333, DC-10-30
Air Asia (AK) - B733, A320
Singapore Airlines (SQ): A312, A313, B742, B743, B77E, B77W, B744 (-412, -4H6), B773, A388, A333, A359
Cathay Pacific Airways (CX): A343, B773, A333, B744 (-412), B77W
Dragonair (KA): A320, A321, A333
Korean Air (KE): A333, B743, B744, B77W, A388, B748
Philippine Airlines (PR): A300B4-200
Shenzhen Airlines (ZH): B733, B738
Xiamen Airlines (MF): B737-700, B738
Shanghai Airlines (FM): B738, B752
Qantas Airways (QF): B733, B734, B763, B744, B747-438ER, B712, A332
Qantas New Zealand (QF): BAe146
Air New Zealand (NZ): B732, B733, B762, B763, A320, ATR72-500
Ansett New Zealand (AN): BAe146
Pelita Air, Indonesia (6D): Hercules C-130
Freedomair, NZ (SJ): B733
Origin Pacific Airways, NZ (QO): DHC-8
Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF): B752, Hercules C-130
Jetstar.com (JQ): A320, A321
LAN Chile (LA): A343
Polynesian Blue (DJ): B738
Pacific Blue (DJ): B738
China Southern Airlines (CZ): ERJ145
Japan Airlines (JL): B763
Emirates Airlines (EK): A345, A388, B77W
Air Pacific (FJ): B763
V Australia (VA): B77W
VirginBlue (DJ): E170
Virgin Australia: B738
Tiger Airways Australia (TT): A320-200
Silk Air (MI): A320-100
China Eastern (MU): B733, A300B4-600R
Royal Brunei (BI): B77E, A319
Thai Airways (TG): B772, B744, A388, B77W, A346, A333
Hainan Airlines (HU): A346, B788
Vietnam Airlines (VN): A321
Air France (AF): B77W
Garuda Indonesia (GA): B77W
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (KL): B77E
Air China: B744, A321, B77W, B748, A333
Hong Kong Airlines: A320
Easy Jet A319, A320



Types:

Airbus:
A300B4-203, A300-600R, A310-200, A310-300, A319-100, A320-100, A320-200, A321-200, A330-200, A330-300, A340-300, A340-500, A340-600, A350-900, A380-800

ATR:
ATR-72-500

British Aerospace:
BAe-146

Boeing:
B717-200, B737-200, B737-300, B737-400, B737-500, B737-700, B737-800, B747-200, B747-300, B747-400, B747-400ER, B747-8i , B757-200, B767-200, B767-300, B777-200, B777-200ER, B777-300, B777-300ER, B787-8

DeHavilland Canada:
DHC-8-300

Embraer:
ERJ-145, ERJ-170

Fokker:
F-27 Friendship, F-50

Lockheed:
C-130 Hercules

McDonnell Douglas:
DC-10-30
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Airlines I have been on so far:

 

Malaysia Airlines

B737-400

B737-800

B747 (presumably, on a flight to LGK from old KUL back in 1994 as I remember we sat on the upper deck and as I walked down the long stairs, I saw those two huge engines on the left wing)

B777-200ER

A330-300

 

MASWings

ATR 72-500

 

Firefly

ATR 72-500

 

AirAsia Group

A320-200

A330-300

 

Malindo Air

B737-900ER

 

Royal Brunei Airlines

B757-200

 

Emirates

B777-300ER

A380-800

 

Jetstar Airways

A320-200

 

Uzbekistan Airways

B767-300ER

Ilyushin Il-114

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My updated list is as follows

 

MAS F27, B732 B734 B738, A333, B744, A388

(Sadly...not on a B772)

AirAsia A320, A333

Malindo ATR72, B738, B739

Firefly ATR72

JAL B763, B789

SIA B772, A330

Cathay B744

USair A321, B757

Thai B772

Shanghai B738

Xiamen B738

Emirates B773ER, A388

Ryanair B738

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2017 update (in bold)

 

Aer Lingus A321

Air Asia B733, A320
Air China A332, A333, B744

Air Europa EMBRAER ERJ195, A332, A333

Air France A320, B772

Avianca Colombia A320, A332

Avianca Brasil A320

Avianca El-Salvador (Taca) EMBRAER ERJ190, A319, A320,

Azul Linhas Aéreas EMBRAER ERJ195
Biman Bangladesh A310
BMI Baby B733, B735
BMI British Midland A319, A320, A321
BMI Regional EMBRAER ERJ145
British Airways A319, A320, A321, B734, B763
British Airways Cityflyer BAE Avro 146 RJ-85, EMBRAER ERJ190

Cathay Dragon A333
China Eastern Airlines MD82

China Southern Airlines A320, B738, B788

Easyjet A319, A320

Egypt Air A332, B773
Emirates A332, A380, B772, B773

Etihad Airways A332, A333, A346, B772, B773
Far Eastern Air Transportation B752
Finnair A319, A320, A321
Firefly B738
Flybe DHC-8-402Q Dash 8, EMBRAER ERJ195
Flybe Nordic ATR72

Gol Linhas Aéreas Inteligentes B737, B738

Gulf Air A332, A343
Jet Airways B739
Jet2.com B733, B752

Jet Time B737

KLM B733, B734, B737, B738, B772

LATAM A319, A320, A321, B763, B773

Logan Air (Flybe) DHT-6 Twin Otter

Lufthansa B735, A300, A310, A343, A346, B744, B748
Lufthansa Cityline CRJ 900
Malaysia Airlines F27, F50, B732, B735, B734, B738, B744, A300, A333, DC10, MD11
Mandarin Airlines F100
MasWings ATR72, DHT-6 Twin Otter

Nordic Regional Airlines ATR72

Norwegian Air Shuttle B738
Qatar Airways A320, A346, B773, B788
Ryanair B738
S7 Siberia Airlines A319
Singapore Airlines A310, B772, B773, B744
SriLankan Airlines A343
TAM A319
Thai Air Asia A320
Thai Lion Air B739
Thomas Cook B752
Thomson Airways B752, B738
Trans Asia Airway A320, A321

Turkish Airlines B738, B739, A343
Wizz Air A320
Xiamen Airlines B737

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AirAsia A320

Air Canada (incl. Air Canada Express) CRJ900, E175, A320, B789

Air France A321

Air India A320

Alaska Airlines B734

All Nippon Airways B788

American Airlines (incl. American Eagle) E175, B738

British Airways B742, B744, B772

Continental Airlines B738

Delta Air Lines MD-90, B752, B753

Emirates A332, B772, B77W, A380

Egyptair (incl. Egyptair Express) E170, B738, A321

Eva Air B744

Finnair A321, A343

Frontier B734, A320

Horizon Air Q400

Iberia A321

Japan Airlines B763

Jet Airways A332, B738, B77W

JetBlue Airways A320, A321

Jet Lite B737

Jetstar Asia A320

Lao Airlines ATR 72, A320

Malaysia Airlines B734, B738, A333

Northwest Airlines DC-9, DC-10, B744

Qantas A333

Qatar Airways A359

Royal Brunei Airlines A320

Scoot B772, B789

Silkair A319, A320

Singapore Airlines A310, A333, B772, A345, A359, B773, B77W, B744, A380

Spanair MD-90

South African Airways (Airlink) Bae 41, Bae 146

Southwest B734, B737, B738

Sun Country Airlines B738

TAP Air Portugal (incl. TAP Express) ATR 72, A320

Thai Airways B734, B772, B77W

Tigerair A320

Turkish Airlines A321, A333, B77W

United Airlines (incl. United Express) CRJ900, E175, B733, A319, B738, A320, B739, B752, B763, B772, B744

Vietnam Airlines F70

Edited by filipeseda

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now I should update mine

Airasia - A320, B737-300

Tigerair - A320

Royal Brunei - Boeing 767-300, Boeing 757-200, Boeing 777-200, A319, A320

MASwings - ATR72

Silkair - A319

Singapore Airlines - Boeing 777-200

THAI Airways - Boeing 777-200, A300-600

Malaysia Airlines - Boeing 737-400, Boeing 737-800, Fokker 50

Malindo - Boeing 737-900

ANA - A320, Boeing 767, Boeing 787 Dreamliner

new addition

Cathay Dragon A330

Jetstar Asia A320

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MH

F50, B732,B734, B738, A333,A332, A380, B777, DC10/MD11

 

AK

733, A320, A320Neo

 

FY ATR

Maswings ATR

 

OD

738,739,ATR

 

SJ

732, 734

 

BI

A320,B777

 

GA

734,738

 

Wil try to get on those beautiful a350s of MH and also maswings Vikings soon..

Edited by Mohd Firdaus Bolong

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Update as at end 2017:

 

2P Airphil Express: A320

3K Jetstar Asia: A320

AF Air France: B77W

AK Airasia: A320

AY Finnair: A359, AT75

BA British Airways: A319, A320, A321

CX Cathay Pacific: A333, A343, B773

DD Nok Air: B738

EK Emirates: A388, B77W

ET Ethiopian Airlines: B788

FD Thai Air Asia: A320

FR Ryanair: B738

FY Firefly: AT75

JP Adria Air: CRJ9

JQ Jetstar Airways: A320

K6 Cambodia Angkor Air: AT75

KA Dragonair: A333

JL Japan Airlines: B789

LH Lufthansa: A320, A321, A388

LX Swiss: A320, B777, RJ1H

MI Silk Air: A319, A320

MH Malaysia Airlines: A333, A388, B734, B738, B77E

OD Malindo: B738, B739

OU Croatia Airlines: A319

PR Philippines Airlines: A320, A343, DH8D

QR Qatar Airways: A346, A359, A388, B77W, B788

SK SAS: B738

SQ Singapore Airlines: A333, A359, A388, B772

TG Thai Airways: A306, A388, B772, B773, B77E, B77W

TG Thai Smile: A320

TK Turkish Airlines: B738

TK Anadolujet: B738

TR TigerAir: A320

TZ Scoot: B772, B789

U2 Easyjet: A319

UL Sri Lankan Airlines: A320

V7 Volotea: B712

VN Vietnamese Airlines: A321, A333

YW Air Nostrum: CRJ2

Z2 AirAsia Zest: A320

 

Note: bold denotes new addition in 2017

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Better late than never! :p

 

Indeed! Its my first J on SQ, and on a redemption some more (but it was a conscious decision)! Was praying so very hard for a equipment change everyday but guess I had to start from their ancient Ultimo seat first, to fully appreciate their other products... -_-

Edited by Kelson

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My very short list :)

 

Malaysia Airlines: B734, B738, A359, A388

Air Asia: A320

Firefly: AT75, AT76

Malindo: AT76

Singapore Airlines: A388

Thai Airways: B772

Emirates: B77W

Easyjet: A320

Ryanair: B738

Bmibaby: B733

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I don't think I ever travelled on MSA :)

My earliest (very vague) recollection was on CX's CV880 flying BKI-MNL-HKG

(admittedly, I would not have had the faintest knowledge back then as to what make or model of flying object that was transporting me then to my dotting grandparents at Fragrant Harbour)

 

i did BKI-MNL-HKGvv once.... but is on PAL. remember there is an overnight transit in Manila before to Hong Kong. BKI-MNL no idea what's the equipment deployed, but MNL-HKG definitely a 747.

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My very short list :)

 

Malaysia Airlines: B734, B738, A359, A388

Air Asia: A320

Firefly: AT75, AT76

Malindo: AT76

Singapore Airlines: A388

Thai Airways: B772

Emirates: B77W

Easyjet: A320

Ryanair: B738

Bmibaby: B733

 

Mine's shorter :rofl:

 

MH: B734, B738, B77E, A388

FY: AT75

OD: B739 (New for 2017)

QR: B77W, B77L, A346

KL: B77E, B77W

AS: B734, B738, B739

AK: A320

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Indeed! Its my first J on SQ, and on a redemption some more (but it was a conscious decision)! Was praying so very hard for a equipment change everyday but guess I had to start from their ancient Ultimo seat first, to fully appreciate their other products... -_-

Theres plenty of time to try out the other products but only one 772 with the Ultimo left in the fleet (i think). Its not the worst regional product around and is actually quite comfortable. Id prefer this over the CX/KA regional PY (MISREPRESENTED as J).

 

I, for one, will miss the Ultimo when its gone, along with the Spacebed.

Edited by Chris Tan

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My very short list :)

 

Malaysia Airlines: B734, B738, A359, A388

Air Asia: A320

Firefly: AT75, AT76

Malindo: AT76

Singapore Airlines: A388

Thai Airways: B772

Emirates: B77W

Easyjet: A320

Ryanair: B738

Bmibaby: B733

 

Update (missed out one MH legend):

Malaysia Airlines: B734, B738, B744, A359, A388

Air Asia: A320

Firefly: AT75, AT76

Malindo: AT76

Singapore Airlines: A388

Thai Airways: B772

Emirates: B77W

Easyjet: A320

Ryanair: B738

Bmibaby: B733

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Update January 2018 (new ones are bolded):-

 

Malaysia Airlines MH

F50, B734, B738, A333, A388

MASwings M-

ATR72-500, ATR72-600, DHC-6

AirAsia AK

B733, A320

AirAsia X

A333

Singapore Airlines SQ

A388

Silk Air MI

A319

Royal Brunei Airlines BI

B77E

Dragonair KA

A333

HongKong Airlines HX

A320

Qantas QF

B744

KLM/KLM Cityhopper KL

E190, B77W

British Airways BA

A319, A320, A321, B77E, B77W, B789

Tiger Airways TR

A320

Xiamen Airlines MF

B737

Aegen Airlines A3

A321

Olympic Air OA

A320

easyJet U2

A320

Ryanair FR

B738

Monarch Airlines ZB

A321

Air Canada AC

B77W

Lufthansa/Lufthansa CityLine LH/CL

E190, B744

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Aer Lingus - A320

AirAsia - B737-300, A320

AirAsia X - A330-300

Air Berlin - A321

Air Canada - B787-9, E175, E190

Air Canada Rouge - B767-300

Air France - A320, A321

All Nippon Airways - B737-700, B747-400D

British Airways - A320

Cathay Pacific - A330-300, A340-300

China Southern Airlines - B757-200

Dragon Air - A321, A330-300

EasyJet - A320

Germanwings - A319/320

Iberia - A321

Iberia Express - A320

Emirates - B777-300, B777-300ER, A380

Firefly - ATR72-500

Flybe - Dash 8 Q400, E175/195

Jet2 - B737-800

Jetstar Asia - A320

KLM - B747-400

Malaysia Airlines - B737-400, B737-800, B777-200ER, A330-200, A330-300, F50

Malindo Air - ATR72-600

Monarch - A321

Norwegian - B787-800

Ryanair - B737-800

Scoot - B777-200

SilkAir - A319, A320, B737-800

Singapore Airlines - B747-400, B777-200, B777-300ER, A330, A380, A350

Thai Airways - A300-600, A330-300

Tigerair - A320

Transavia - B737-800

Vietnam Airlines - A321

Wizzair - A320

Xiamen Airlines - B737-700

Edited by CX B.

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Malaysia Airlines B737-400, B737-800, A380

AirAsia B737-300, A320

KLM B777-200, B737-700

Oman Air A330-300

Garuda B737-800

Lion Air B737-900ER

Malindo Air B737-800/900ER, ATR 72-600

British Airways A320

Emirates B777-300ER

Etihad A330-200/300, B777-200LR/300ER/ Freighter, B787-9, A320/21, A380

Vietnam Airlines B787-9

Delta B737-800/900ER

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Ok joining in the fun....

 

Air France (AF):

B744

British Airways (BA):

A320, B744

KLM (KL):

B77W

Cityjet (WX):

Avro RJ 85

Air Berlin (AB):

Bombardier Dash 8 Q400

Vueling (VY):

A320

Easyjet (U2):

A320

Air Asia Malaysia (AK):

B733, A320

Thai Air Asia (FD):

B733, A320

Air Asia Indonesia (QZ):

A320

Air Asia X Malaysia (D7):

A333

Malaysia Airlines (MH):

B734, B738, B772, A333

Firefly (FY):

ATR725, ATR726, Fokker 50

Malindo Air (OD):

B739ER

Singapore Airlines (SQ):

B772, B772ER, B773, A333, A359, A388

Silkair (MI):

B738, A319, A320

Tiger Airways (TR):

A319, A320

Jetstar Asia (3K):

A320

Scoot (TZ):

B772ER, B789

Garuda Indonesia (GA):

B734, B738, A332

Batavia Air (Y6):

B734

Royal Brunei (BI):

A319, A320, B772ER, B788

Vietnam Airlines (VN):

A321

Air India (AI):

A319, B772LR, B788

Srilankan Airlines (UL):

A320

Emirates (EK):

B77W, A388

Qatar Airways (QR):

A320, A332, B77W

Mahan Air (W5):

A300, A310

Iran Air (IR):

Fokker 100

Iran Aseman Airlines (EP):

B727

Cathay Pacific (CX):

A333

Japan Airlines (JL):

B767, B772

Skymark Airlines (BC):

B738

Solaseed Air (6J):

B738

Qantas/ Qantaslink (QF):

A332, A333, A388, B717, B734, B738, B744, Dash 8-Q400

Virgin Blue (DJ):

B734, B738, E190

Virgin Australia (VA):

B738

Jetstar (JQ):

A320, A321, A332, B788

Tiger Airways Australia (TT):

A320

Regional Express (REX) (ZL):

Saab 340

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UPDATED (14/01/2018)

AK - A320

MH - DHC-6-300, F50, B737-400, B737-800, B777-200, A330-200, B747-400, A350-900

BI - A319/A320
FY - ATR72-500/600, B737-400
SQ - B777-200, A380
3K - A320
D7 - A330-300
KL - B777-300, B777-200
CX - A330-300, B777-300
KE - A330-200

QR - A330-300, A330-200

PG - A319

OD - B737-900ER (22/03/2013 first flight BKI - KUL)

UO - A320 (27/07/2014 HKG - BKI, Siu Maai)

RJ - B788

TZ - B789

KU - A343 (last commercial flight for CGK - KUL)

TG - B747

 

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My list:

AK - B737-300, A320

3K - A320

JQ- A320

MH - ATR72-500/600, F50, B737-400, B737-500, B737-800, B777-200, A330-300, A380-800, A350-900

FY - ATR72-500/600, B737-800

OD- B737-800, B737-900
SQ - A310, B747-400
D7 - A330-300

TR- A320

CZ- A319

NZ- A320

OZ- B767-300ER

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Compiled this - am missing about 400 registrations and stuff from when I was younger which I only have vague memories of. All up, just over 2000 segments. Omissions that i'd like to follow up on: 777-200LR. Some others I only "completed" in 2012/2013 : A318 (2012), 737-900ER (2013), 767-400 (2013), 787-8 (last weekend)

 

SQ - 737 (I think it was a 100), 727, 757-200, A300, A310-200, A310-300, A330-300, A340-300, A340-500, 777-200ER, 777-300ER, 747-200, 747-300, 747-400, A380-800

MH - 737-200/400/500/800, 747-300/400, A300, DC10, 777-200ER, A330-200, A330-300 old style, A330-300 new style, A380-800

TG - A320 (Thai Smiles), 737-400, 777-200/200ER/300/300ER owned/300ER 9W leased, 747-300/400, A330-300 Old style, A330-300 New Style, A340-500, A340-600, A380-800 and the ancient A300 (old old 1980's version, and A300-600R)

AK - 737-300, A320

UA premerger - 737-300/500, 757-200, 767-300, A320, A319, 777-200, 747-400, CRJ operated by Chautauqua and a Jetstream J41

CO premerger - 777-200, 737-800

UA/CO postmerger - 767-400

LH - 737-300/500, 747-400, A319/320/321/343/346 and A300-600R

MI - 737-300, A319/A320

BA - 737-200(Comair SA)/400, A319/320/321, 777-200, 747-400, 757-200, 767-300

CX - L1011, 777-200, A330-300, 747-400, 777-300, 777-300ER, A340-300/600

SR (RIP) - A320/321, A330-200, MD11

TK - A310, A319/320/321, A340-300, A330-200/300, 737-800, 777-300ER owned, 777-300ER 9W lease

GA - 737-300/400/800/CRJ1000

LX (Crossair) - Avro RJ85, Saab 340, MD80

LX (Swiss) - A319/320, A330-300, A340-300

NZ - ATR, 737-300, A320, 767-200/300, 777-200ER, 747-400

EK - A300, 777-300, 777-300ER, A380-800

RG - (old RG before exit from Star Alliance) - 737-300/700, 777-200 Own, 777-200 UA lease, 767-200, MD11

BD - Rest in peace my beloved - Fokker 70, A319/320/321

DJ - 737-800 both winglet and non wingletted

QF - 737-400/800, 767-300, 747-400, A330-300

SK - MD81/82, 737-600, A321

KE - 737-800, 777-300, 777-300ER, A380-800

LA - A318/319/320, 767-300

DL - 767-300, 777-200, CRJ900 (Delta connection), and a Jetstream J41 from long ago

U2 - 737-300, A320

VT - ATR42 and 72

QZ - A320

A3 - A319/320

3K - A320

VF - A320

TR - A320

KL - 747-400, 777-300ER

J8 - Dash 7

JJ - A320, A330-200, 777-300ER

FD - A320, 737-300

FY - ATR, 737-800

US - A319/321

SA - 737-200/800

DD - 737-400/800

9P - Fokker 50/Dornier 228

VS - 747-400, A340-300

IT - ATR72

JL- 767-300

OZ - 777-200ER, 747-400

RJ - A330-200, Embraer E195

D7 - A330-300

BI - 787-8

KF - Avro RJ100

AA - 737-800, 767-300 and a prop plane I cant remember that American eagle used

6K - Dash 7 and Let L410

CZ - 757-200

KA - A320

MU - 737-300 and CRJ200 I think it was

EF - 737-200

AF - A320, 777-200

NH - A320, 767-300

QR - A330-300

MS - 777-300ER

JK (RIP) - A320

OS - Fokker 100 (tyrolean) , 777-200

UL - A340-300, A320

O6 - A319

ET - 767-300

PG - A320

RA - 757-200

ID - 737-900ER

IW - ATR72

JT - 737-900ER

U4 - Beechcraft B1900

YO - Shortest scheduled flight I've ever taken - 11 minutes from MCM to NCE in an chopper 3A-MJP

B6 -A320

PR - A340-300

SN (Sabena, not SN Brussels, RIP) - A321

MJ - 737-200

 

Also ridden in several business jets that belonged to suppliers, flew several times on 9M-FBA/N772A - which was Mofaz's caravan 206 amphibious between SZB and Pedu/Kenyir, and a few chopper rides - only one registration I remember - 9M-PIE.

 

Haven't updated this since 2013... so the bolds are 14/15/16/17 additions :) . The things i'm looking forward to this year is to ride an A35K and Max8 with a bit of luck and to try a few different products.

 

MH – Malaysia Airlines

737-200/400/500/800, 747-300/400, A300, DC10, 777-200ER, A330-200, A330-300 MK Series, A330-300 MT series, A380-800, A350-900

 

BA – British Airways

737-200/400(Comair South Africa), A319/320/321, 777-200, 747-400, 757-200, 767-300, A380-800, A318 CWLCY LCY-SNN-JFK, 777-300ER, Embraer E170, E190

 

CX – Cathay Pacific

L1011, 777-200, A330-300, 747-400, 777-300, 777-300ER, A340-300/600, A350-900

 

AA – American Legacy (LAA) + postmerger

737-800, 767-300 and a prop plane I cant remember that American eagle used, 757-200, 777-300ER, A321 shorthaul, A321 Transcon, A320, A319, 777-200

 

LA/LP/4M – LANChile (pre and post LATAM), LAN Argentina, LAN Peru

A318/319/320, 767-300, A340-300

 

JJ – TAM Pre-LATAM/Latam Brasil

A320, A330-200, 777-300ER

 

KA – Dragon Air and Cathay Dragon

A320, A330-300, A321

 

QF – Qantas

737-400/800, 767-300, 747-400, A330-300, A330-200

 

JL- Japan Airlines

767-300, B787-8, B787-9, 777-300ER

QR – Qatar

A330-300, A320, A330-200, A340-600. A350-900, B787-8, B777-200LR, B777-300ER

 

IB- Iberia

A319, A320 Mainline, A320 I2 Iberia Express, A330-200, Air Nostrum Iberia CRJ

 

UL – Sri Lankan

A340-300, A320, A321, A330-200

 

RJ – Royal Jordanian

A330-200, Embraer E195, 787-8

 

AY – Finnair

A320, A350-900, ATR (NORRA)

 

SQ – Singapore Airlines

737 (I think it was a 100), 727, 757-200, A300, A310-200, A310-300, A330-300, A340-300, A340-500, 777-200ER, 777-300ER, 747-200, 747-300, 747-400, A380-800, A350-900

 

MI – Silkair

737-300, A319/A320

 

TG – Thai Airways

A320 (Thai Smiles), 737-400, 777-200/200ER/300/300ER owned/300ER 9W leased, 747-300/400, A330-300 Old style, A330-300 New Style, A340-500, A340-600, A380-800 and the ancient A300 (old old 1980's version, and A300-600R) B787-8, A350-900

 

LX - Crossair Pre-Swiss

Avro RJ85, Saab 340, MD80

 

LX - Swiss

A319/320, A330-300, A340-300

 

NZ – Air New Zealand

ATR (Mount cook airlines), 737-300, A320, 767-200/300, 777-200ER, 747-400

 

BD – British Midland (RIP my beloved diamond club)

Fokker 70, A319/320/321

 

SA – South African

737-200/800

 

SK – Scandinavian

MD81/82, 737-600, A321, A320, CRJ, A340-300

 

SR (RIP) – Swissair

A320/321, A330-200, MD11

 

TK – Turkish

A310, A319/320/321, A340-300, A330-200/300, 737-800, 777-300ER owned, 777-300ER 9W lease

 

A3 – Aegean

A319/320, A321, Olympic OA livery Dash 8

 

OZ – Asiana

777-200ER, 747-400

 

RG – Varig (old RG before exit from Star Alliance)

737-300/700, 777-200 Own, 777-200 UA lease, 767-200, MD11

US – US Airways Legacy (LUS) when it was still with Star A*

A319/321

UA – United premerger (LUA)

737-300/500, 757-200, 767-300, A320, A319, 777-200, 747-400, CRJ operated by Chautauqua and a Jetstream J41

CO – Continental premerger (LCO)

777-200, 737-800

UA - United postmerger

767-400

LH - Lufthansa

737-300/500, 747-400, A319/320/321/343/346 and A300-600R, 747-8

NH – All Nippon

A320, 767-300, B787-8, B787-9

MS – Egyptair

777-300ER, Embraer E170 Egyptair Express

JK (RIP) - Spanair

A320

OS – Austrian

Fokker 100 (tyrolean) , 777-200, A320, Tyrolean Dash 8

O6 – Avianca Brasil

A319

ET – Ethiopian

767-300

KE – Korean

737-800, 777-300, 777-300ER, A380-800

GA – Garuda

737-300/400/800/CRJ1000, A330-200, A330-300

DL – Delta

767-300, 777-200, CRJ900 (Delta connection), and a Jetstream J41 from long ago

 

KL –KLM

747-400, 777-300ER

CZ – China Southern

757-200

MU – China Eastern

737-300 and CRJ200 I think it was

CI- China Airlines

A330-300

ME – Middle East Airlines Lebanon

A320

VN- Vietnam Airlines

A320

AF – Air France

A320, 777-200

WY- Oman Air

B737-800, A330-200, A330-300

EY- Etihad

B777-300ER owned, B777-300ER Jetihad, A380-800, A320

EK – Emirates

A300, 777-300, 777-300ER, A380-800

VS – Virgin Atlantic

747-400, A340-300

DJ – Virgin Australia Pre VA

737-800 both winglet and non wingletted,

VA – Virgin Australia

737-800, A330-200

U2 – Easyjet

737-300, A320

VT – Air Tahiti

ATR42 and 72

3K – Jetstar Asia

A320

VF – Valuair

A320

 

TR – Tiger Asia

A320

J8 – Berjaya

Dash 7

DD – Nokair

737-400/800

9P – Pelangi

Fokker 50/Dornier 228

IT – Kingfisher india

ATR72

BI – Royal Brunei

787-8

KF – Blue1 Finland

Avro RJ100

6K – Asian Spirit

Dash 7 and Let L410

EF – Far Eastern Air Transport

737-200

PG – Bangkok Air

A320

RA – Nepal Airlines

757-200

ID – Batik Indonesia

737-900ER

OD- Malindo Malaysia

737-800/737-900

SL – Thai Lion

B737-900ER

IW – Wings Abadi Indonesia

ATR72

JT – Lion Air

737-900ER

U4 – Buddha Air

Beechcraft B1900

YO – HeliAir Monaco

Shortest scheduled flight I've ever taken - 11 minutes from MCM to NCE in an chopper 3A-MJP

B6 –Jetblue

A320

PR – Philippine Airlines

A340-300

SN (Sabena, not SN Brussels, RIP) –

A321

MJ – Lineas Aereas Privadas Argentina

737-200

 

TZ- Scoot

B787-8

EI –Aer Lingus

A320

JE- Mango South Africa

737-800

9H – Air Changan

737-800

5J – Cebu Pacific

A320

VY- Vueling

A320

WN – Southwest

737-700

4O – Interjet Mexico

A320

HX – Hong Kong Airlines

A330-200

FY – Firefly

ATR, 737-800

AK – Air Asia Malaysia

737-300, A320

QZ – Indonesia Air Asia

A320

FD – Thai Air Asia

A320, 737-300

D7 – Air Asia X Malaysia

A330-300

Edited by Suzanne Goh

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