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winetraveller

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I'm in the process of planning my next trip at the start of September, where I'll be travelling for three months, that's even long for me, and I realised this year I've flown with a lot more airlines than in pervious years, and was wondering what others experiences are. Are you flying more unusual routes than before, becuase I seem to be. I guess this is really a symptom of a rapidly diversifying industry.

This year I've flown with:
Lufthansa (many, many, many times)
United
Ted
Thai
Qantas
Virgin Blue
Rex
Air France
Air France regional
Tirolean
Austrian
American
American Eagle
Continental (never ever again)
Midwest
Delta
SAS
Aeroflot
CSA
Malev
Baltic
Estonian Air
BA
BM
Eire Lingus
Sterling
LOT
Air Canada
Finnair
KLM
Iberia
Alaskan
Jet Blue
US Airways
Singapore
AeroSvit
Easy Jet
Ryanair
 

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I've experienced a slowdown this year compared to the previous 2-3 years, mainly because I'm saving up for a big round the world trip in Jan.

This year I've flown with:
Singapore Airlines
SWISS
All Nippon Airways
Qantas
British Airways
Cathay Pacific Airways
Air Asia

Later in the year I'll be on Air New Zealand.

And that's basically it. :(
 

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I keep things simple. My list includes QF, AA, BA, CX and MH only for this year.
 

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Only DJ and QF so far this year. NZ, VT, LA, LP, AR and TA still to come.
 

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I feel so inferior :) Just MH and QF for me.
 

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In descending order - UA, AF, QF, NH, SU, and some flights on SA next month.
 

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The amount of flying I have done this year has increased yet all my flying has been with Qantas and QantasLink.

Cheers
 

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Qantas, BA, Lufthansa, Air Dolomiti, Thai, Virgin Blue, Air Lingus, Alitalia (I think that's it)

TG
 

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Qantas, Jetstar Int, BA, Bangkok Air, Air Asia.
Got Jetstar Dom, Virgin Blue to come

Last year also did AA, Cathay, Finnair,
 

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Qantas, Singapore Airlines, Brittish Airways, American, Asiana, China Eastern and Dragonair for me so far this year... nowhere near as impressive as winetraveller
 

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In the last 12 months:

QF, JQ, AA, CX, BA & DJ
 

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Mine is plain and simple too, QF, BA, NZ & JQ Int. I add AA in November.
 

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Mine also in decending order... QF, BA, CX, TG, EG, VS, CZ, KA, BR, CI
 

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Just a few:

UA, US, LH, LX, LO, OS, BD, EK, U2, FR, SQ, TR, TG, FD, QF, DJ...

Probably a few more that I have forgotten.

Note that Ted is not a separate airline (callsign = United).
 

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Qantas, Virgin Blue, US Airways, Delta, Jetstar, American, Southwest.

Having tasted what US domestic has to offer, I can only say that we should enjoy what we have with DJ and JQ while it lasts. US domestic is like to catching a bus in peak hour and hoping you get a seat!
 
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winetraveller

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stryker said:
Just a few:

UA, US, LH, LX, LO, OS, BD, EK, U2, FR, SQ, TR, TG, FD, QF, DJ...

Probably a few more that I have forgotten.

Note that Ted is not a separate airline (callsign = United).
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You got me on that one, I think also I've pushed the envelope on Air France and Air France Regional, will edit.
 

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Mine's not so impressive as some but I think I can add a couple that I haven't seen yet.
QF, TN, LA, JJ, IB, YW, BA, LX, CX, JQ, DJ, ZL.
 

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This year I have flown with more airlines than previous years.

Qantas (and various Qantaslink services)
Jetconnect (included them separately as they operate across the Tasman)
British Airways
American Airways
Finnair
Cathay Pacific
Thai Airways
Aegean Airlines
Air North

Later this year I may also have a flight on Air New Zealand.
 

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Very impressive to everyone who replied!!!

Mine's very simple for 2007:-

Qantas
American A
JQ int
Bangkok Airways
British Airways
United
US Airways
Virgin Blue

that's it =(
 
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