Last 12 months - which aircraft have you piloted or flown on


#1

I’ll start -

piloted: Cessna 172, Piper Seminole - not that exciting

flown on: Jet Ranger, A319, A320, ERJ-135, CL-700, Boeing 757, Saab 340…err…let’s see what else 737

…the most fun was Jet Ranger and the super fast CL-700’s (KPDX-KSBA) NICE!


#2

This should be moved to "General Aviation"
But now that I responded you cant anyway.
To answer, in the past 12 months:
C152: 71hrs
C172: 383.2hrs
C177RG: 2hrs
M20C: 2hrs
PA18-150: 3hrs
PA28-161: 145hrs
PA28R-201: 10hrs
PA32-300: 5.4hrs
PA34-200: 53hrs
PC12: 136.1hrs
(I’m actually flying less these days now that I dont have to instruct, in 2005 I flew 966.3 hours)
(best month, Sept '05 with 128 hours)
Having an electronic logbook is WONDERFUL.


#3

A moderator or Admin can move it at any time.


#4

piloted-
C172M
C172R
C172 w/ a G1000
PA28-140
PA28R

Got to ride in a LJ35

I think that about does it.


#5

No way! I’m a student pilot flying out of KCON. Do you fly the PC-12’s with the “Alpha-Fox” callsigns? If so, I watch you guys come into Concord all the time! I’m a sucker for Pilatus PC-12s; they’re one of the most attractive planes in the sky.

If you are ever at KCON, and see a teenager with huge aviator sunglasses in N64915 (white and orange C172,) that’s probably me! 8)

Dragging this thread back on topic…
In the past twelve months, I’ve logged 9.5 hours of solo time, and 23.8 dual, in KCON’s 172s. I’ve been training for just over a year now. My uncle has taken me up in his Luscombe a few times in the past year, too.


#6

Yup, thats us!
Ive only been into Concord once, on my initial PC12 checkride after going to SimCom. I dont think we have any owners who live around there, so most of our planes you see there are on intial/recurrent/upgrade training or checkrides.
Keep up the good work with your flying lessons and welcome to the forums.


#7

PA46-310
PA46T (JETPROP CONV)
P-51
C-182
C-172
B-17 (ride)
B-25 (ride)
P180 (right seat)

multiple commercial aircraft


#8

Has EVERYONE but me gotten a ride in a P-51!? DAMMIT!
(recall a while back JHEM telling about my wife getting multiple flights while out in Utah)


#9

I am up to a total of 4 different Mustangs in my life…others include AT-6, Corsair, Yak, “Rare Bare”


#10

Sure, rub it in. JERK
Huh? who said that?


#11

Piloting
RV-6: 20-something hours

ridden: MD-88, 767-400, 757-200, 737-800


#12

Beech King Air 200

Cessna Caravan 208B

Beechcraft Raytheon 1900C

Beechcraft Raytheon 1900D

Piper Navajo Chieftain (PA-31-350)

And finally, the Embraer EMB110 Bandeirante, or `Bandit’

All in Western Canada (mostly BC) For a grand total of about 800 hours


#13

Warbirds still win!


#14

CE550
CE560
HS125-700
BAE800A
G1159B
G1159A
GIV
T-6
T-28
And yes, I have had a Mustang ride too.


#15

Now THAT was cold…

Fall down funny, but still cold. :wink:


#16

Piloted:

C-152 (PIC)
C-172R/S (PIC)
C-182XP (PIC)
PA-44 (Seminole) (PIC)
Hawker 800 XP (SIC)
Learjet 35A/J (SIC)
Beech 1900 (As Sim Instructor)
737-800/NG (As Sim Instructor)


#17

CDNAv8r…you should really try to get time in some larger prop jobs. :slight_smile: Wow…impressive birds.


#18

CE560XL PIC
CE550 PIC
LR35 SIC
C172
PA28R-200

As a sim instructor

CE560XL, instructor, PIC, SIC
CE560 SIC
FA2000 SIC
CE750 SIC
CE680 just for fun, it’s not certified yet so it doesn’t count.


#19

Piper Meridian
Mooney Ovation
Diamond Star
Cirrus SR22
Mooney A model (with a wood spar!)

I also rode in a few tubes (aka jets where I can’t sit in the front)

Just about 18 months ago I got a ride and cockpit tour in a GIV. Now, if you can’t sit in the front, Gulfstream is the way to go :slight_smile:


#20

PIC on Falcon 900C and Sabreliner 65

Passenger on B-717, B-737