How many different airlines have you been on?


#1

Include airlines that existed the day you traveled. For instance if you have been on Air Cal before the AA buyout and American more recently go ahead and include both. I realize PSA and PSA are two different airlines but include both if you have had that privilege. If you know the airline flying as one of the express carriers use that name, otherwise use what is written on the side of the fuselage.
I’ll start, in no particular order.

Golden State
Hughes Air West
Allegheny
Swift Aire
North Central
Republic
National
Delta
TWA
Western
Pan Am
PSA (original)
American
Sky West
Alaska
Wings West
Horizon
Mesa
Air Canada
Eastern
British Airways
Lufthansa
Air France
Turkish
Saudi Arabian
United
Continental
Imperial
KLM
Swissair
Cascade
Piedmont
Southwest
Crossair

wow, more than I thought off the top of my head.

John in Saudi


#2

Frontier Airlines-A319-111 and A320-232.

Southwest Airlines-737-3H4 no winglets and 737-500(WL).


#3

Mine, along with the aircraft flown
Air Hawaii - Cessna 402
Air Molokai - Cessna 402, DC-3
Alaska - B737, MD80
Aloha - B737
Aloha Island Air - DHC-6
America Wet - B737
American - B727, MD80, B737, DC-10
American Eagle - Metro
Braniff International - B727, B747
Continental - DC-10, B727
Delta - L-1011, B727
Eastern - B727, DC-9
Frontier (original) - B737
Golden West - DHC-6, Shorts 330
Hawaii Express - DC-10
Hawaiian - DC-9, Shorts 330
Hughes AirWest - DC-9, Fairchild F27
JetBlue - A320
National (original) - B727, DC-10
Northwest - B747, B727
OK Air - Cessna 402
Ozark (original) - DC-9
Pacific East Air - DC-8
Pan American World Airways - B747, B707
PSA (original) - MD80
Sierra Pacific - B737
Southern Airways - DC-9
Southwest - B737
TWA - B727, L-1011
United - DC-8, B747, B737, B727
United Express (Skywest) - EMB120
Western - B720, DC-10, B727
Winair - B737
World - DC-10

These are all logged at a site that is great for those who like to log their flighs: FlightMemory.com

It not only allows you to record your flights but also gives you statistics on them. Some are estimates but they give you a good idea of your flying. Here’s mine.

Longest Flight (distance): 3,782 mi, 7:16 h, Dallas/Fort Worth (International Airport) - Honolulu (International), 04-18-1979
Longest Flight (duration): 7:16 h, 3,782 mi, Dallas/Fort Worth (International Airport) - Honolulu (International), 04-18-1979
Shortest Flight (distance): 17 mi, 0:32 h, Lihue (Kauai Island) - Kauai Island (Princeville), 10-19-1977
Shortest Flight (duration): 0:32 h, 17 mi, Lihue (Kauai Island) - Kauai Island (Princeville), 10-19-1977
Fastest Flight: 520 mi/h, 3,782 mi, 7:16 h, Dallas/Fort Worth (International Airport) - Honolulu (International), 04-18-1979
Slowest Flight: 32 mi/h, 17 mi, 0:32 h, Lihue (Kauai Island) - Kauai Island (Princeville), 10-19-1977

Also shown are your top ten airports, top ten airlines, top ten aircraft, and top ten routes. Other data are total airports, total airlines, total aircraft type, total airplanes, total routes, and total countries and average flight distance and time. A map is generated to show your flights.


#4

How’d you get on that World Airways flight? I thought that was a charter company.


#5

Short history of World:

  • started out as a charter airline
  • operated a few schedule routes late 70’s and early 80’s
  • became all charter again

For a timetable of World from June 1980, go to damiross.net/airlines.html and scroll down until you see “World Airways” on the left.

A more detailed history can be found at Wikipedia: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_Airways


#6

Aer Lingus
Air BC
Air Canada
Air France
Air Ontario
Air UK
Air Zimbabwe
Alaska
Allegheny
America West
American
American Eagle
Atlantic Southeast
Braniff
British Airways
British European (BEA)
British Midland
British Overseas (BOAC)
British United (BUA)
Brymon
Calm Air
Canadian
Canadian North
Canadian Regional
Chatauqua
Comair
Compass
Continental
CP Air
Delta
Eastern
Easyjet
ExpressJet
Helijet
Horizon
Iberia
Jazz
Jet Blue
KLM
Laker
Lufthansa
National
NLM
North Central
Northwest
NWT Air
Ontario Express
Pacific Western
Panam
Piedmont
PSA
Skyways (UK)
Skywest
Southwest
Swissair
Tango
Ted
Time Air
Titan
TWA
United
US Air
VASP
Western
Westjet


#7

I keep a logbook of all my flight info.

Canadian Airlines Boeing 737-200 (my first plane ride ever!)
Air Canada Airbus A319/A320/A321/A330/B767/E-190
Canada 3000 (can’t remember plane type)
Royal Airlines Airbus A310/A320
Lufthansa Airbus A300/Boeing 747-400
Egyptair Boeing 737
Jazz Air (Air Canada Jazz) CRJ200/CRJ705
Westjet Boeing 737
United Airlines Airbus A320
Icelandair Boeing 757-200
Shuttle America (United Express) Embraer E-170
Chautaqua Airlines (United Express) Embraer EMB-135
Expressjet (Continental Express) Embraer EMB-135
ASA (Delta Connection) CRJ-900
Delta Air Lines MD-88
Air Transat Airbus A310
Brussels Airlines Avro RJ-85
US Airways Boeing 767-200
Air Wisconsin (US Airways Express) CRJ200
Lufthansa Cityline Embraer E-195LR


#8

How are Iceland Air’s 757s they fly to Denver now and I was just wondering how good they are. You were also verry lucky to catch a ride on a 200P!!! ie-(737-200)


#9

I flew Icelandair YYZ -> KEF -> ARN -> KEF -> YYZ. I didn’t have anything to complain about except for the fact that the 757 seating got a little cramped on the trip westbound and for Denver it can only be farther. The IFE was pretty good, everyone has seat back TVs. Iceland is a beautiful country, I’m very glad I went after my conference in Stockholm.

Yes, the 737-200 was unforgettable - I was only 9 but I’ll never forget my first plane ride, it was from Toronto to St. Petersburg Florida for a March break vacation.


#10

Not that many for me

MATS
MAC
Continental
United
American
Delta
Tiger
Southwest
Northwest
USAir (now US Airways)
Pan Am
Eastern


#11

Mainline Carriers:
Northwest (727-200, 757-200/300, A319, A320, DC-9-10/20/30/40/50, DC-10-30/40, MD-80)
Delta (767-200/300, 737-200, MD-88)
American (737-800, MD-80)
Continental (737-500/800)
United (737-300/500/700/800/900, 747-400, 757-200, 767-300, A319, A320)
Southwest (737-300/700/800)
Spirit (MD-80)
Airtran (717)
ATA (L1011-don’t know variant)
Aer Lingus (A330-300)
US Airways (DC-9-30, 727-200, 737-400, MD-80)
Jetblue (A320)
Air Tahiti Nui (A340-300)
Air Tahiti (ATR-72-500)

Contract Carriers:
Comair (E-120, CRJ-100)
Mesaba (Saab 340)
Expressjet (CRJ-200, ERJ-145)
American Eagle (ERJ-140)
GoJet (CRJ-700)
SkyWest (CRJ-200/700)
Shuttle America (E-170/175)
Pinnacle (CRJ-200)
Mesa (CRJ-200/700/900)
Continental Express/Britt Airways (E-120)


#12

My paltry list, in no real order, ( a few blasts from the past in this list )

Air Canada
Air Canada Jazz
Air India
Air India Express
Canadian Airlines
Canadian Regional Airlines
Cathay Pacific
Delta
Delta Connection Compass, Pinnacle, Skywest
Express Air
Indian Airlines
KLM
Lufthansa
Northwest
Northwest Airlink Mesaba
Transwest Air
United Airways
United Airways Express
US Air
WestJet
WestWind Aviation


#13

PeoplesXpress 737-200
CapeAir
Gulfstream


#14

sun country, northwest, delta, united, masaba, airtran, republic airlines regional carrier, southwest not bad for a 15 year old


#15

Sure you meant “People Express Airlines”, which was stylized as PEOPLExpress


#16

Some flights/airlines are long lost to memory. For instance, my first flight ever as a young lad was a DC-3 that my Dad and I flew from Columbus (OH) to Chicago. I clearly remember the flight but the airline? Not a chance!
I’ve also never had, or taken rather, the opportunity to fly across the pond. I’d love to do that sometime. And Iceland is high on my wish list. However, since you asked for lists, not reminiscences, here is my list…

Aero Virgin Islands
Air BC
Air Canada
Air Wisconsin
Alaska
Allegheny
America West
American
Braniff
Comair
Continental
Delta
Eastern
Frontier
Horizon
Mesa
Mesaba
Midway
Nordair
North Central
Northwest
Ozark
Piedmont
Pinnacle
Republic
Sky West
Southwest
Sunbird
TWA
United
US Air
Western Pacific
Western


#17

Frontier B737-200, A319
United B727-200, B757-200, B767-200, B777-200
Alaska B737-800, B737-900


#18

My list is really short:

American
Delta
Continental
United
Jet Blue
Lufthansa
Porter
British Midlands
Aer Lingus


#19

Jealous!

you rode on a MOCHA HAGoTDI! Was it up in the Boston area or down in the islands?

Anyway… for me:

Braniff
Eastern
America West
United
Air New Zealand
Southwest
National (ROK)
Continental
Delta
Alaska
Jetblue
Frontier
Republic
Virgin Blue

BL.


#20

Delta
JetBlue
Northwest
Pinnacle
Republic
US Airways