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Airlines and Airports VIII

Airports I have flown in or out of:
US: ABE; ALB; ATL, AUS; CVG; DCA; DEN1; DEN2; DFW; DRO; DTW; EWR; GSO; IAD; IAH; IND; JFK; LFT; LAS; LGA; MEM; MKE; MSP; MSY; ORD; ORF; PDX; PHX; RDU; SDF; SFO; SHV; STL (33)

Non-US: AOC; BHX; AMS; BRS; BRU; BTS; BUD; CDG; DUB; EDI; EIV; ERF; EVN; FDH; FRA; GLA; HHN; KBP; LCY; LEJ; LIS; LGW; LHR; LUT; MAD; PMI; PRG; STN; STR; SVO; SXF; TLL; TXL; VIE; YVR (35)

Airports visited but not travelled through: CID; COA; COS; LAR; MDW; PUB;

Airlines I have flown on:
US Based Carriers: America West; American; American – American Eagle; Aspen (no longer exists); Continental; Delta; Delta – Comair; Frontier (new one); Frontier (the original); Midway (no longer exists); Midwest Express; Midwest Express – Skyway Airlines; Northwest; Northwest- Mesaba Airlines; Northwest- Pinnacle Airlines; TWA (absorbed by AA); United; United Express/Chautauqua; United Express/Atlantic Coast; US Airways

Non-US Airlines: Аэрофлот; Air Berlin; Air France; easyJet; KLM; KLM Cityhopper; LanChile; Lufthansa; RyanAir; RyanAir – Buzz; SkyEurope (Hungary); SkyEurope (Slovak Republic); Singapore; Tyrolean Airlines; Міжнародні Авіалінії України; VLM Airlines.

Airplanes flown on: 727, 737 (-200, -300, -400, -500, -700, -800), 747 (-300, -400), 757 (-200), 767 (-200, -300ER, -400), 777 (-200), A319, A320, A321, A300-600, A330-300, A340-300, Corvair, CRJ, DC 9s (-30, -40, -50), DC 10 (-30), MD 11, MD 80, ERJ, F50, F70, F100, Saab 340, TU-154M.

Notes:

DEN1 = Stapleton International Airport; no longer exists

2 comments to Airlines and Airports VIII

  • I keep telling you that you have visited the COA airport in California. It has not made it onto your airports visited by not flown list. *grins*

  • I justed added it 🙂 Airports visited is not meant to be comprehensive–I’ve visited more than I listed.

    In fact I’ve visited and used (but not traveled through) Colorado’s Jefferson County Airport and Centennial Airport. Centennial, at one point, was one of the busiest general aviation airports in the nation.

    I’ve also visited Front Range Airport in Denver and walked around it, once during an airshow, several other times when it was just newly opened.