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Ok....just to list a few, not in any particular order....

Dynasty: china airlines

Clipper: Pan Am, and also briefly used by Redding Aero (if I remember correctly, they flew C402s)

Speedbird: BA

Shamrock: Aerlingus
 
What's wrong with this post Metro?

I always enjoy hearing 'Waterski' or 'Cactus' on the radio personally...
 
I always dig the military calls. Viper, Cobra, Killr. They just sound cool, especially with their cracking UHF radios and masks.
 
NCFlyer said:
I think Metro is trying to say, use the search function.

I believe the following thread has 22 pages related to "Best Callsign".


http://forums.flightinfo.com/showthread.php?t=18987

Gotta love it. If no one ever posted what has already been posted we would have nothing to say to one another and I would have nothing to whine about.

That thread is 3 years old, give the poster a break.
 
I've gone off station using the callsign FOXY69. The female controllers typically chuckle a bit.
 

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