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arun

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Just thought of this list!!!!

I have flown the following:

Qantas
Ansett
Virgin
Cathay
Thai
SriLankan
Air Lanka (former Sri Lankan)
Indian Airlines
Air India
Singapore Airlines
Air New Zealand
Canada3000 (now bankrupt)
ExpoAir (a domestic Sri Lankan airline)
Another Indian domestic airline - (can not remember the name)


13 altogether. I am sure some of you guys will have done about more than 50.
 

dajop

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Excluding the various Qantas link subsidiaries (Eastern, Sunstate etc), I can think of 22.

Qantas
Rex
Macair
Air North
Airlink (NSW)
Skywest
Air New Zealand
Singapore Airlines
British Airways
Thai
Malaysian
Jetstar
Virgin Blue
American Airlines
North West
Air Canada

Bankrupt/Defunct:
Ansett (& Ansett Mark II!)
Compass I
Compass II
Queensland Pacific
Hazelton
Kendell
Australian Airlines (post TAA, pre QF)
 

HardieBoys

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I've never kept track, and some have obviously become defunct, but these are the ones I can recall:

QF
Australian
Rex
Hazelton
Ansett

Garuda
Merpati
Singapore Airlines
Malaysian Airlines
Vietnam Airlines
Thai
Cathay
CAAC (unforgettable pre-Deng Xiao Peng experience)
JAL
Air India (as I was about to check in, my mother regretted not having given me the extra $200 to fly Qantas)

BA
Alitalia
Air France
KLM
Czech Airways
Turkish Airways
Air Malta
Air Inter (not sure if I've got the name right, it was a French domestic carrier in the 1970s)

American Airlines
Air Canada
Canadian Pacific
Delta
Aeromexico
Mexicana
Aerocaribe
Lanchile
Western Airlines

South African Airways
 

QF WP

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Hmmm, another topic in the same vein as "How many airports"...I think mine will be disappointing:

International
Qantas (I'll only count it for Intl, not Domestic)
British Airways
Cathay
Singapore
Air Pacific
JAL
Northwest
American Airlines
Horizon
Alaskan
US Air
Canadian (if I've got the correct name, the airline code was CP)
Finnair
Aer Lingus
United
Lufthansa
Hawaiian
China Airlines
Airline with code NH (in Japan)
Dragon Air
Airline with code SF (NAN/TVN)
Scandanavian Airlines
Thai
Bangkok Airways
Southwest
Varig (SAO/CNF)
Air NZ

Sub total = 27

Domestic
Ansett
Hazelton
Australian Airlines (TN)
Whyalla Airlines (WW)
Eastwest (EW)
Airline with code YC, up to Longreach
Airline with code YM (was that Compass I??)

Sub total = 7

Grand Total = 34

If you hadn't worked out, I'm not up on all the airline codes that I have in my spreadsheet...
 

Warks

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Okay here goes:

Australian
QF
Australian Airlines/TAA
East West
Compass 1 (did my dough on a ticket too!)
Vermin Blue
Ansett (+ subs)

Overseas
Air NZ
Singapore
Continental
JAL
Pacific (? flies to Fiji)
Norfolk
United
American
Air Canada
Canadian
Aloha
Hawaiian
Delta (& more forgettable US domestics)
BA
Malaysian
Gulf Air
Egypt Air
Olympic
Turkish
SAS
Air Zimbabwe
Air Tanzania
Lufthansa

I can't really remember all the airlines. A few more I think.
 

Kiwifruit

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I count 46 (45 if the old NAC is considered to be the same as Air New Zealand which previously carried the IATA code TE). At least eight of these airlines are now defunct.

Kendell (KD)
EastWest (EW)
Airlines of NSW (WX)
Ansett (AN)
Virgin Blue (DJ)
Qantas (QF)

NAC (NZ)
Air New Zealand (NZ/TE)
Ansett NZ (ZQ)
Mount Cook Airlines (NM)
Origin Pacific (QO)

Air Pacific (FJ)
Air Caledonie (SB)

Continental (CO)
Panam (PA)
United (UA)
US Airways (US)
American Airlines (AA)
American Eagle (MQ)
World Airways (WO)
Canadian Pacific (CP)

Lan Chile (LA)
Lan Peru (LP)
Varig (VG)

Malaysian (MH)
Cathay Pacific (CX)
Philipine Airlines (PR)
Thai (TG)
Air Lanka (UL)
Garuda (GA)
Merpati (MZ)

South African Airways (SA)
Comair (MN)
Pelican Air (7V)
Nationwide (CE)

Air France (AF)
UTA (UT)
British Airways (BA)
Finnair (AY)
Alitalia (AZ)
KLM (KL)
Swiss (LX)
Iberia (IB)
Aer Lingus (EI)
Easyjet (U2)
Volare (VA)
 
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shillard

Australian:

QF and Subsidiaries (pretty much all of them, past and present)
Impulse (before the fold)
East-West
Oxley
Virgin Blue
REX
Aeropelican (as part of AN and in its own right)
Ansett
Brindabella


Overseas:

Air Pacific
Air Fiji
American Airlines
American Eagle
United Airlines
Delta
Air New Zealand
Origin Pacific
Cathay Pacific
British Airways
Alitalia
El-Al
 

redrat

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Australian:

QF
Impulse
Virgin Blue
Compass Mk II (a week before belly up)
East West
Ansett (DOM/INT)
Hazelton
Kendall

Overseas:

Dragon Air
American Eagle
American Airlines
TWA
Thai
Malaysian
Singapore Airlines
Cathay
Garuda
Air Pacific
United
Air New Zealand
British Airways
Aircalin
Polynesian Airlines
Air New Zealand Link - Eagle
Air New Zealand Link - Air Nelson
Air France

(edited to add ones I forgot)
 

oz_mark

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MMA / Airlines of Western Australia / Ansett WA
Ansett (even an international flight on this)
Qantas (and various subsidiaries)
Skywest
Rex
Hazelton

Cathay
Thai
Malaysian
Singapore
Lufthansa
Air Canada
 

Rossmurdoch

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Qantas
TAA
Ansett

Garuda
Singapore
Thai Intl
Cathay Pacific
Dragon Air
Asiana
JAL
United
Jet Airways (India)
Air Pacific
Olympic
British Airways
 

ffhound

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Here they are


Qantas
Australian
Ansett
Compass Mark 1
Ansett NZ
Air New Zealand
United
Cathay Pacific

So far the best I have flown is Cathay Pacific

cheers Peter
 

Craigo

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Here's my list:

Domestic: East West (first flight as a 3 year old from Parkes to Sydney), TAA/Australian/Qantas, Ansett, Hazelton, Aeroduck, Sunstate (when it flew as a separate airline), Regional Express, Vermin Blue (once, more than enough).

Overseas: Air New Zealand (both as TE and NZ), Canadian, BA, Singapore, Qantas, AA, TWA, Northworst (truly appalling), Delta, Delta Connection, Origin Pacific.
 

Rick93

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I'm embarressed, as mine's too small..... the list! the list!

(seriously).... nobody mentioned, or admitted, to having ever flown AEROFLOT.

Has anyboby had an experience on the old Russian carrier?

My sister did. She reckoned it cost her about 200 English Pounds to fly from London to Sydney, via Moscow on Aeroflot.

She said, the meals were all 'back to front', with a simple 'roast beef' being served for breakfast (London time when she boarded), something that resembled pasta at other times.

She also says.... "never again!"

regards,
 

clifford

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Looks like there's some tough competition on this one.

Firstly, in response to Gordon's comments, I'd like to say that my wife and I have flown Aeroflot, from DEL to SIN (it was preferable to Air India). The Flight crew appeared to be quite competent, and the plane (an IL-62) flew quite nicely. Food was adequate, also (not Indian).

As far as other airlines are concerned, I haven't flown on that many, preferring the Star Alliance to maximise my FF points. Well, here goes:

Australian Airlines:

Kendell (KD)
EastWest (EW)
Ansett (AN)
Virgin Blue (DJ)
Qantas (QF)
Rex (ZL)
Hazelton
Impulse
TAA
Australian Airlines
Aeropelican

Overseas Airlines:

Air New Zealand (NZ)
Air Pacific (FJ)

Continental (CO)
Pan Am (PA)
Trans World (TW)
United (UA)
US Airways (US)
American Airlines (AA)
Alaska Airlines (AS)
Aloha (AQ)
Hawaiian (HA)

Aeromexico (AM)

Malaysian (MH)
Philippine Airlines (PR)
Thai (TG)
Garuda (GA)
JAL (JL)
All Nippon (NH)
Singapore (SQ)
Korean (KE) - remember KE007?
Air China (CA)

Air India (AI)
Indian Airlines (IC)

Saudi Arabian Airlines (SV) - wot, no drinks???
Emirates (EK)

British Midland (BM)
British Airways (BA)
Alitalia (AZ)
KLM (KL)
Sabena (SN)
EasyJet (U2)
Ryanair (FR)
Lufthansa (LH)
SAS (SK)
LOT (LO)
Aeroflot (SU)
Olympic (OA)

I'm sure I've forgotten a few, and haven't included several British charter airlines such as Britannia and Airtours (not real airlines).
 

ksthommo

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Here's my lot;

Ansett
Australian Airlines (Pre Qantas Domestic days)
Australian Airlines (the so called cheapie)
Virgin Blue
Kendell
Sunstate (Qantaslink)
Qantas
RAAF (do these count?)
RNZAF
RAN
United
PSA
Delta
Singapore
Thai
Garuda
Gulf Air
Saudi Arabian
Egypt Air
Bangkok Airways
Royal Brunei
Alitalia
Sempati
Bouraq
Merpati
Lion Air
Jayatayu
Bavaria
 

Bundy Bear

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Domestic
QF Qantas
AN Ansett
DJ Virgin Blue
VQ Impulse Airlines
JQ Jetstar
CQ Sunshine Express
Horizon Airlines
ZL Regional Express

International
UA United
BA British Airways
EK Emirates
NZ Air New Zealand
SJ Freedom Airlines
ZQ Origin Pacific
DJ Pacific Blue
F9 Frontier
WN Southwest
AA American
FJ Air Pacific
AS Alaska Airlines
NW Northwest Airlines
JL Japan Airlines
B6 Jetblue

23 if you count Virgin Blue and Pacific Blue as 2 separate entities.
It is amazing how many airlines that are around, hoping for Alliance Airlines some time this year.
 

youngflyer

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Geez you guys are all frequent travellers !!!!!!!!!!

Im on junior traveller but here it goes + Ive added some comments to keep the subject alive

TAA
Compass 1 and 2
Qantas (If BA has % in QF, why the standard so different - Uniform is ave, comfort factor was ok)
Qantas Link
Impluse
Virgin Blue
Ansett (Using a Loaned Singapore Airline Plane to HK was great, they give ya all the food you ask for)


British Airways (Very polite hostess, very "nice" hostess, movies are great)
British Midland
Cathay (Business Class is fantastic, planes and staff are nice and fresh. Used to be a great flight into the old HK airport in Kowloon City)
Dragon Air
China Air (very loud "the people")
Emirates (Great airline, the more oil Dubai pumps out, eventually the planes will be gold, uniforms are too brown/beige)
Thai Air
Egypt Air (No seat allocation, just jam jam jam, tetra packed juice was OK
)
Easyjet (took 1hr to defrost the plane at CDG Paris)
Ryan Air
South African (comfortable domestic planes, excellent food)
Kenyan Air (really good service for a London - Nairobi, better than Qantas)
 

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Not that many different airlines since I am always trying to use OneWorld to get to where I need to be, and then I try to keep it to QF/AA/BA/AY.

Australian (9)
Qantas (and most of its subsidiaries)
Australian Airlines
TAA
Ansett (and some of its subsidiaries)
Compass Mk 1
Compass Mk 2
Oxley Airlines
Virgin Blue
Skywest

International (16)
Air New Zealand
America West
American Airlines
American Eagle
Ansett New Zealand
BOAC
British Airways
Canadian Airlines
Cathay Pacific
Continental Airlines
Delta Airlines
Finn Air
Malaysian Airlines
United Airlines
United Express
US Airways
 
G

Guest

Ansett Australia
Australian Airlines I
Compass

Qantas Airways
Cathay Pacific
American Airlines
Air New Zealand
US Airways
Southwest
Delta


My dad's life mission was to fly on every airline and visit every country in the world. From his stories I really don't want to go near 1/2 the airlines.. or countries .. :\

VerminB will never be on my list ..and proud of it!
 

sully

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This tests the memory a bit but I have 32. Like d00t I don't have Vermin either. Jet* should also be missing forever I hope.

Aer Lingus
Aeroflot
Air France
Air New Zealand
Air Pacific
Air Ukraine
Ansett
Australian
Austrian
Baltic
Bangkok Air
British Airways
British Midland
Cathay
CSA
Emirates
Garuda
KLM
Lufthansa
Malev
Pulkovo
Qantas
SAS
Silkair
Singapore
Swissair
TAA
Thai
Transaero
Turkish
Ukraine International
Vietnam

This is not a complete listing as I know I have missed some out.

Yep, as I thought, 5 more being

Aerosweet
Air UK
Lauda
Malaysian
Tyrolean
 
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