So I was wondering, what was the smallest aircraft that you’ve ever been on.
For me it was an Iran Aseman Airlines Aerospetiale ATR-72 from SYZ (Shiraz Shahid Dastgheib International) to KIH (Kish Island Airport). It was rather fun but also pretty noisy.
Photo credits to:
Mehrad Watson, Planespotters.net, https://m.planespotters.net/airline/Iran-Aseman-Airlines
What is the smallest aircraft you’ve been on. Note that gliders and helicopters ARE counted.
A Cessna 172…that’s going to be a lot of people on here, unfortunately.
Smallest aircraft I’ve been on was a United Dash 8 Q300 from LAX-KSAN. I don’t think United still operates the Dash 8 on this route anymore though, they usually fly the CRJ.
Cessna 150. Love that little plane.
Tecnam P92 is the smallest I’ve been on.
Probably the a Canadair CT-114 Tutor.
Piper Aztec. Now THAT is a fun aircraft to fly!
Are we talking about the smallest as in size or the smallest in amount of passengers? There’s a reason why I’m kindly asking this.
Either a Cessna 162 or a Eurofox.
Smallest aircraft I’ve been on? I’ve stepped on a lego plane before.
Anyway, the smallest I’ve actually flew on was a Malév Dash 8-400.
Piper Cherokee… great little plane! ( First plane I flew )
Commercial wise it would be Airbus A318 :)
A Fokker 100 back in Panama.
A little turbo troop of unknown manufacturer I was very young when I flew on it we toke off and basically only flew on the down wind before landing due to the engine was not working properly I remember that I was very sad about that but.
Smallest aircraft for me is the Skyhawk 172 ;)
de Havlind Otter on a glacier tour in Alaska, as well as a J-3, also in Alaska.
CRJ 200, the top 3 are all Bombardiers except maybe ERJ-145
For me it would be the Navajo