Type Ratings................

pin727

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I did this question last year, just want to know your thoughts!!!

There are 4 type of planes:

Classics( DC-3 Connie, Convairs...)

Airliners ( 727 757 A320...)

Corporate ( Falcons Lears, Cessnas...)

Turbo-Props ( ATR, DASH, Dorniers...)

If you could have 1 type of each what would you choose.....
NOT FOR JOB... BUT FOR FUN.......!!!!

My Choices....

727....CONNIE....BBD-700...ATR...
 

pin727

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Come on people 180 views and only 1 reply it takes 20 seconds.
THANKS!!
 

TheRaven

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B-24 Liberator

L1011

citation X

Saab 2000
 

Captzaahlie

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Blond

Blond with really long legs.

Brunette

Red head


What was the question again?
 

Ralph Cramden

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Douglas DC-3
Airbus A-320
Gulfstream GV (includes 450/550/650 & classic G5)
Dash 8

Hey, I win!
 

freighthumper

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Classic- Lockheed L1049G(Super Connie)
Airliner- L1011
Corporate-G650(in a few years)
Turboprop- MU2(I know, it doesnt require a type)
 

Propsync

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NEDude

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Salukipilot4590

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1- Connie

2- DC-10

3- Global Express

4- ATR-72
 

Hugh Johnson

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Yep
The urban legend is there are pilots who have "Any aircraft, any type," on their certificates. I want that one.
 

freightdogfred

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I flew with John Lear once. He showed me his license, he had over 25 type ratings, including every heavy jet. After I did a web search on him (do one yourself) I realized the types were issued by a little green man flying a spaceship.
 

pin727

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I flew with John Lear once. He showed me his license, he had over 25 type ratings, including every heavy jet. After I did a web search on him (do one yourself) I realized the types were issued by a little green man flying a spaceship.
Been there done that, I found some guy with 92 types!!!! pretty impresive!!!!
 

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