How many different airlines have you flown with?

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oobi doobi

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Here are the ones I can remember starting with the long gone MMA to the Pilbara long ago.

MMA
Qantas
Ansett
Malaysian
Singapore
Thai
Silk Air
Virgin Blue/Australia
Jetstar
British Airways
SAS
Norwegian
Aer Lingus
Turkish
Swiss Air
Cathay Pacific
Air NZ
Alaska Airlines
Horizon air
American Airlines
Qatar
Emirates
Garuda
Sempati Air
Kish Airlines (Iran)
Jet airlines
Korean
Iberia Airlines
Lot Airlines
South African

Its quite thought provoking, trying to remember the places you have been to over the years and which airline got you there.
A very good thread.

cheers
 

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Not many, only 9, but I tend to book with the same airlines, I guess you could say something about them being a known quantity.
Continential
Qantas
Ansett
Virgin Blue
Air New Zealand
American Airlines
Jetstar
Cathay Pacific
British Airways


(This list includes the Links / Connections / Expresses of the above airlines)


I'll be adding Emirates into the list at the end of this month.

Add one more, Alaska Airlines.
 

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Here are the ones I can remember starting with the long gone MMA to the Pilbara long ago.

MMA
Qantas
Ansett
Malaysian
Singapore
Thai
Silk Air
Virgin Blue/Australia
Jetstar
British Airways
SAS
Norwegian
Aer Lingus
Turkish
Swiss Air
Cathay Pacific
Air NZ
Alaska Airlines
Horizon air
American Airlines
Qatar
Emirates
Garuda
Sempati Air
Kish Airlines (Iran)
Jet airlines
Korean
Iberia Airlines
Lot Airlines
South African

Its quite thought provoking, trying to remember the places you have been to over the years and which airline got you there.
A very good thread.

cheers
I'm sure I cannot match that list and have a few that I cannot even remember so probably best I just smile and say that is impressive.
 

oobi doobi

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I'm sure I cannot match that list and have a few that I cannot even remember so probably best I just smile and say that is impressive.
Thank you Straitman. I hope to add a few more in the next few years of semi retirement.

cheers
 

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Flightmemory says 50.... And I have include QF and JQ but not any other Qantas subsidiary and with Air Asia just Air Asia and not the Indonesia and Air Asia X and all the rest of it... On US flights I'm sure I've flown some for the big airlines which has a little thing (provided by Airline xx_) etc as well... Probably a couple of LAN subsidiaries etc..

Virgin Airlines (probably flew Virgin Blue as well)
Qantas Airways
Air New Zealand
Emirates
American Airlines
Malaysia Airlines
Royal Jordanian
Cathay Pacific
Etihad
Tiger Air
Southwest Airlines
Scoot
Jetstar Airways
Air Asia
Silk Air
United Airlines
Air Canada
Turkish Airlines
Pegasus Airlines
Onur Air
Singapore Airlines
Qatar Airways
jetBlue
US Airways
South African Airways
Ethiopian Airlines
Asiana Airlines
Thai Airways
Iberia
easyJet
Aegean Airlines
Austrian
Brussels Airlines
Peach Aviation
Alaska Airlines
Lufthansa
Air Berlin
S7
LOT Polish Airlines
Croatia Airlines
Continental Airlines
1Time Airlines
Norwegian Air Shuttle
British Airways
Voegol
LAN Airlines
Ryanair
Olympic Airlines
Skywest
Ansett
 

tuapekastar

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I think around 28.

TAA
Ansett
Compass (Mk 1)
East West
Murray Valley Airways
Qantas
Cathay Pacific
Singapore Airlines
Thai Airways
Malaysia Airlines
Air NZ
Jetstar
Virgin Australia
BOAC
British Airways
British Caledonian
Finnair
American Airlines
United
Japan Airlines
Pan Am
Capitol Airways
Emirates
Alaska
SAS
Flybe

...maybe a couple of others that don't come to mind ATM.
 
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In order, not counting the regional contract carriers like QFLink and American Eagle branded flights...
AN, JL, UA, VA (DJ), QF, NZ, SY, TZ, FL, F9, WN, DL, AA, CX, AB, BA, TT, IB, AS, AY, JQ, RJ, MH, QR.
So, 23 airlines through 67 different airports.
Another 8 if you count the contract carriers.
 

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38 if you count the renamed and different based operators.

Pan AM
British Caledonian
British Airtours
Dan Air
Qantas
Qantas Link
Ansett
TAA
Australian
Virgin Blue
Continental
United
American
Northwest
Air Canada
CP Air
Lufthansa
Thai
Olympic
Air New Zealand
Garuda
Japan
Delta
Cathay
Sunstate
Compass
Rex
Vietnam
Singapore
China Eastern
Air Asia
Jetstar
Air France
Jetstar Pacific
Jetstar Asia
Cirrus Airlines
Malaysia
KLM
 
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Tyk

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Not many for me...

TAA (I think)
Qantas
Delta
Northwest
Air NZ
United
Jetstar
Alaska
Tiger
British Airway
American
 

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I don't have many also.

Air Costa (India)
Air New Zealand
Air Pacific
Cathay Pacific
Emirates
IndiGo
Iran Air
Jet Airways
Jetstar Airways
Qantas
SilkAir
Singapore Airlines
SpiceJet
Tiger Aus
United Airlines
Virgin Aus
Virgin Blue

I will be flying to USA in June but haven't booked, So I hope to add a few more then.
 

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64 so far. And I think I'm missing quite a few.

Aer Lingus
Air Asia
Air Canada
Air China
Air Europe
Air France
Air Mauritius
Air New Zealand
Air Niugini
Air Pacific
Air Vanuatu
Airlines of PNG
Airlines of NSW
Alitalia
American Airlines
Ansett
Asiana
Austrian Airlines
Braathens S.A.F.E.
Brindabella Airlines
British Airways
British Midland
Cathay Pacific
Comair
Dan-Air
Dragon Air
East-West Airlines
Emirates
Finnair
Gulf Air
Iberia
Iceland Air
Japan Airlines
Jetconnect
Jetstar Airways
Jetstar Asia Airways
KLM
LAN
Lufthansa
Malaysia Airlines
Malmo Aviation
Mt Cook Airlines
Northwest Airlines
Novair
Polynesian Airlines
Qantas
Qantaslink
Ryanair
SAS
Scanair
Silk Air
Singapore Airlines
Southwest Airlines
Spanair
Sri Lankan Airlines
Sun Air
Sunstate Airlines
TAA
TAP Air Portugal
Thai Airways
Transwede
United Airlines
Valuair
World Airways
 

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My flight tracker records 88, but my favourite still is the Aero Pelican into Belmont with the Twotters! Can even remember doings "flyaround" at SYD which was just amazing!
 

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I'm surprised I'm the only one that's flown on Impulse so far. It's where I first discovered my love of the 717!

I'll see your Impulse and raise you Compass .... those were the days :D
 

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Flight tracker is saying 56, so better than the average.

Aer Lingus,
Aerolineas Argentina,
Aeropelican
Air Australia
Air Berlin,
Air Chathams,
Air France,
Air New Zealand including link
Air North,
Air Pacific,
Airtran, (gone)
Alaska Airlines,
America West (gone)
American Airlines,
Ansett,
Australian Airlines,(pre Jetstar, Orange (AO)
BMI, gone
Brindabella Airlines,
British Airways,
Cathay Pacific,
Cimber Sterling,
CityJet
Continental Airlines,
Delta Airlines
EasyJet
Emirates
Finnair,
Freedom Air (SJ)
Frontier Airlines, F9 version.
Great Western Aviation,
Horizon Airlines (BN) Australian version.
Impulse Airlines,
Japan Airlines,
Jetblue
Jetstar
KLM CityHopper
Lan Airlines,
Lufthansa, Eurowings, Lufthansa Italia,
Macair,
Malaysia Airlines,
Norwegian Air Shuttle.
Origin Pacific, (under QF code)
Qantas, (including Sunstate, Eastern, Southern, Cobham)
Alliance F50 on the QF code to Olympic Dam
Rex
Royal Brunei,
Ryanair
SAS
Singapore Airlines,
Skywest, (Western Australia)
SN Brussels,
Sunshine Express CQ code.
Tiger, TT
United Airlines, including TED,
Virgin Atlantic,
Virgin Australia, Virgin Blue, Pacific Blue,

Still missing a few, Thai, Qatar, Etihad are on my list, Virgin America is slipping away, I will add Fly Corporate in 2 weeks (Coffs Harbour to Brisbane)
 

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AFF Flight Tracker tells me 49 different airlines, but now the challenge becomes trying to work out what all of their IATA codes were. So, in order of number of times flown:
QF - Qantas
AA - American
JQ - Jetstar
UA - United
VA - Virgin Aust.
BA - British Airways
OT - Aeropelican
Redacted
DL - Delta
TG - Thai Airways
DJ - Virgin Blue
SQ - Singapore
CX - Cathay
HA - Hawaiian
NZ - Air NZ
U2 - easyjet
FQ - Brindabella
BI - Royal Brunei
IB - Iberia
QI - Cimber Sterling
US - US Air
TN - Australian
TH - Thai Airways
ZL - Hazelton
AY - Finnair
OA - Olympic
AN - Ansett
AF - Air France
AT - Royal Air Maroc
K7 - AirKBZ
EI - Aer Lingus
LS - Jet2
RJ - Royal Jordanian
FJ - Air Pacific
FR - Ryanair
MH - Malaysia Airlines
PG - Bangkok Airways
VN - Vietnam Airlines
5W - Iceland Express
AQ - Aloha
LA - LAN
JO - JALways
DY - Norwegian
Redacted
OU - Croatia Airlines
SA - South African
WF - Wideroe
WN - Southwest
YV - go! Mokuele

I'm sure I flew East-West on their little F28 at some point and reckon there were more AN flights but that's starting to get back into the grey past. Flew on Impulse 717 and B1900's but they had been moved over to a QFLink code when I travelled. Never flew Compass - got their prospectus and was going to invest a couple of $K but fortunately didn't!

Nice post OP: it's good to look back over your travels and relieve them every now and then.
 
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JohnK

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It's 34 airlines for me. I am not sure if I have flown Ansett or not.

Aegean Airlines
Air North
American Airlines
American Eagle
Asiana
Bangkok Airways
British Airways
Cathay Pacific
Delta
Dragon Air
Eastern Australia
Emirates
Finnair
Jetconnect
KLM
LAN Airlines
Malaysia Airlines
NOk Air
Olympic Airways
coughet Air
Qantas
Qantaslink
Royal Jordanian
Silk Air
Singapore Airlines
SriLanka Airlines
Sunstate
Swiss Air
Thai Air Asia
Thai Airways
TWA
Virgin Atlantic
Virgin Australia
Virgin Blue
 
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