Aircraft you have flown in as a passenger

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Re: Aircraft you have flown in as a passenger

Post by Richard Vo » Fri May 27, 2016 12:43 pm

Oh I've forget to mentioned that I've flown with a320 Vietjet Air and Jetstar a320 :? :)
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Re: Aircraft you have flown in as a passenger

Post by Ace Lord » Fri May 27, 2016 6:11 pm

Can't quite recall all of them, but I've been a passenger on the following:
A319
A320
B757
Saab 340
Bell 206 Air Ambulance

The Air Ambulance bit is a long story, but put simply a helmet to kneecap collision caused so much pain at once I was out cold before hitting the ground and went straight into shock from what they told me. I must have had some really bad readings somewhere to warrant an airlift, because it would have been a 30-minute drive for an ambulance with lights and sirens going.
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Re: Aircraft you have flown in as a passenger

Post by Richard Vo » Fri May 27, 2016 7:54 pm

Ace Lord wrote:Can't quite recall all of them, but I've been a passenger on the following:
A319
A320
B757
Saab 340
Bell 206 Air Ambulance

The Air Ambulance bit is a long story, but put simply a helmet to kneecap collision caused so much pain at once I was out cold before hitting the ground and went straight into shock from what they told me. I must have had some really bad readings somewhere to warrant an airlift, because it would have been a 30-minute drive for an ambulance with lights and sirens going.
Oh really? I didn't know that... :(
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The A380 is ahead of its time. With the resilient passenger traffic growth for times to come (reference from Airbus's Global Market Forecast), plus congested airports, the A380 could not be ignored.

By any chance if you have Instagram, please drop a follow on @rv_aviation02 and if you have Twitter, please drop a follow on @vhaq_aero. Appreciate that!

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