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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