On Sunday, there is often a post titled, “Does anyone remember” and an aircraft type. These contain a video about the airliner in question, so you can learn some more about it.

Since these have proven popular and have been going on for a while, this handy index has been created. If you liked one, you might like them all, so here they are. There are two versions of the index, one alphabetically by aircraft type and one by date.

Does Anyone Remember… The Index Alphabetically

A

the Aérospatiale/BAC Concorde? (19 July 2020)

the Airbus A300? (2 September 2018)

the Airbus A310? (23 September 2018)

the “baby bus”, the Airbus A318? (22 November 2020)

the rare original Airbus A320-100? (4 April 2020)

the long range Airbus A340? (11 October 2020)

the largest airliner in the world, the Airbus A380? (26 July 2020)

the British Airspeed Ambassador? (28 March 2021)

the large Soviet Antonov An-10? (11 April 2021)

the Ukrainian Antonov An-140? (16 May 2021)

the Antonov An-148 and An-158? (20 December 2020)

the largest plane in the world, the Antonov An-225 Mriya? (28 February 2021)

the Aviation Traders ATL-98 Carvair? (No, it’s not a 747!) (31 January 2021)

Canada’s Avro C102 Jetliner? (3 March 2019)

the quite frankly dangerous Avro Tudor? (4 April 2021)

the Avro York? (14 February 2021)

B

the little BAC One-Eleven? (11 August 2019)

the double-deck Breguet Deux-Ponts? (17 March 2019)

the very advanced Boeing 247? (12 July 2020)

the Boeing 307 Stratoliner? (24 February 2019)

the luxurious Boeing 314 flying boat? (26 May 2019)

the double-deck Boeing 377 Stratocruiser? (23 December 2018)

the Boeing 707? (9 December 2018)

the Boeing 717, the plane adopted from McDonnell Douglas? (25 July 2021)

the fast short range Boeing 720? (26 January 2020)

the Boeing 727? (26 August 2018)

the baby Boeing, the 737-100? (16 February 2020)

the niche Boeing 737-600? (24 January 2021)

the baby Jumbo, the Boeing 747SP? (16 June 2019)

the long-range Boeing 747-400ER? (2 February 2020)

the ultra long-range Boeing 777-200LR? (18 October 2020)

the ‘American Concorde’, Boeing 2707? (29 July 2018)

the Bristol Brabazon? (5 August 2018)

the Bristol Britannia? (9 September 2018)

the British Aerospace 146? (8 September 2019)

the British Aerospace ATP? (11 November 2018)

C

the ultra-unique and rare Canadair CL-44? (6 June 2021)

the ill-fated Italian flying boat, the Caproni CA.60 Transaereo? (1 November 2020)

the supersonic Concorde? (28 April 2019)

the pioneering Consolidated Commodore flying boat? (9 May 2021)

the Convair CV-240, 340 and 440? (13 June 2021)

the super fast Convair 880? (10 March 2019)

the Convair 990 Coronado? (1 July 2018)

D

the Dassault Mercure? (15 July 2018)

the de Havilland Comet 1? (22 July 2018)

the successful de Havilland Comet 4? (27 December 2020)

the de Havilland Dash 7? (4 October 2020)

the de Havilland Dragon Rapide? (6 September 2020)

the German Dornier 328JET? (20 September 2020)

the huge Dornier Do X flying boat? (15 September 2019)

the Douglas DC-1? (22 September 2019)

the good ship lollipop, the Douglas DC-2? (8 November 2020)

the ubiquitous Douglas DC-3? (24 March 2019)

the very useful Douglas DC-4? (13 October 2019)

the forgotten Douglas DC-5? (18 November 2018)

the Douglas DC-6? (2 December 2018)

the Douglas DC-7, the “Seven Seas”? (10 February 2019)

the Douglas DC-8? (28 October 2018)

the Douglas DC-9? (30 December 2018)

the unfortunate Douglas DC-10? (13 January 2019)

F

the Fairey Rotodyne? (3 November 2019)

the very successful Fokker F27 Friendship? (29 March 2020)

the Dutch Fokker F28 Fellowship? (9 June 2019)

the Fokker 50? (3 February 2019)

the rare Dutch Fokker 70? (13 December 2020)

the Fokker 100? (7 October 2018)

H

the Handley Page Dart Herald? (21 February 2021)

the giant Handley Page H.P.42? (14 July 2019)

… the sleek, successful Hawker Siddeley HS 748? (7 February 2021)

the Hawker Siddeley Trident? (14 October 2018)

the Hindenburg and German Airships? (19 August 2018)

I

the Ilyushin IL-14? (25 April 2021)

the turboprop Ilyushin IL-18? (15 December 2019)

the Soviet Ilyushin IL-62? (28 July 2019)

the Ilyushin IL-86, the first Soviet widebody? (7 April 2019)

the Soviet jumbo, the Ilyushin IL-96? (15 March 2020)

the very unusual Inflatoplane? (1 September 2019)

L

the French Latécoère 521 and 522 Flying Boats? (7 June 2020)

the French Latécoère 631 flying boat? (6 December 2020)

the beautiful Lockheed Constellation? (16 December 2018)

the elegant Lockheed L-1649 Starliner? (18 July 2021)

the Lockheed L-188 Electra? (20 January 2019)

the Lockheed L-1011 TriStar? (8 July 2018)

M

the McDonnell Douglas DC-10? (16 September 2018)

the MD-11, the penultimate Douglas? (14 April 2019)

the popular McDonnell Douglas MD-80? (25 October 2020)

the McDonnell Douglas MD-90? (8 March 2020)

the handy Martin 4-0-4? (21 March 2021)

the famous China Clipper, the Martin M-130 flying boat? (12 April 2020)

N

Japan’s NAMC YS-11 turboprop? (23 June 2019)

R

the German Rohrbach Roland aircraft? (27 June 2021)

S

the gigantic Saunders-Roe Princess flying boat? (23 February 2020)

the Chinese Shanghai Y-10? (2 June 2019)

the rather square Short 360? (7 March 2021)

the Short Empire flying boat? (1 December 2019)

the last flying boat, the Short Sandringham? (9 February 2020)

the double deck Short Solent flying boat? (11 July 2021)

the flying clipper, the Sikorsky S-42 flying boat? (14 March 2021)

Sud Aviation Caravelle? (21 October 2018)

this French beast, the Sud-Est SE 2010 Armagnac? (20 June 2021)

T

the Tupolev Tu-104 (4 November 2018)

the Tupolev Tu-114, the fastest turboprop? (6 January 2019)

the Soviet Tupolev Tu-124? (13 September 2020)

the Tupolev Tu-134? (5 May 2019)

the ‘Soviet Concorde’, Tupolev Tu-144? (12 August 2018)

the Tupolev Tu-154? (31 March 2019)

the Russian 757, the Tupolev Tu-204? (22 March 2020)

V

the little VFW-Fokker 614? (17 May 2020)

the large, fast Vickers Vanguard? (29 December 2019)

the Vickers VC10? (30 September 2018)

the post-war Vickers Viking? (31 May 2020)

the Vickers Viscount? (25 November 2018)

the American Airlines Vultee V-1? (4 July 2021)

Y

the rugged Soviet Yakovlev Yak-40? (1 March 2020)

Does Anyone Remember… The Index By Date

the Convair 990 Coronado? (1 July 2018)

the Lockheed L-1011 TriStar? (8 July 2018)

the Dassault Mercure? (15 July 2018)

the de Havilland Comet 1? (22 July 2018)

the ‘American Concorde’, Boeing 2707? (29 July 2018)

the Bristol Brabazon? (5 August 2018)

the ‘Soviet Concorde’, Tupolev Tu-144? (12 August 2018)

the Hindenburg and German Airships? (19 August 2018)

the Boeing 727? (26 August 2018)

the Airbus A300? (2 September 2018)

the Bristol Britannia? (9 September 2018)

the McDonnell Douglas DC-10? (16 September 2018)

the Airbus A310? (23 September 2018)

the Vickers VC10? (30 September 2018)

the Fokker 100? (7 October 2018)

the Hawker Siddeley Trident? (14 October 2018)

Sud Aviation Caravelle? (21 October 2018)

the Douglas DC-8? (28 October 2018)

the Tupolev Tu-104 (4 November 2018)

the British Aerospace ATP? (11 November 2018)

the forgotten Douglas DC-5? (18 November 2018)

the Vickers Viscount? (25 November 2018)

the Douglas DC-6? (2 December 2018)

the Boeing 707? (9 December 2018)

the beautiful Lockheed Constellation? (16 December 2018)

the double-deck Boeing 377 Stratocruiser? (23 December 2018)

the Douglas DC-9? (30 December 2018)

the Tupolev Tu-114, the fastest turboprop? (6 January 2019)

the unfortunate Douglas DC-10? (13 January 2019)

the Lockheed L-188 Electra? (20 January 2019)

the Fokker 50? (3 February 2019)

the Douglas DC-7, the “Seven Seas”? (10 February 2019)

the Boeing 307 Stratoliner? (24 February 2019)

Canada’s Avro C102 Jetliner? (3 March 2019)

the super fast Convair 880? (10 March 2019)

the double-deck Breguet Deux-Ponts? (17 March 2019)

the ubiquitous Douglas DC-3? (24 March 2019)

the Tupolev Tu-154? (31 March 2019)

the Ilyushin IL-86, the first Soviet widebody? (7 April 2019)

the MD-11, the penultimate Douglas? (14 April 2019)

the supersonic Concorde? (28 April 2019)

the Tupolev Tu-134? (5 May 2019)

the luxurious Boeing 314 flying boat? (26 May 2019)

the Chinese Shanghai Y-10? (2 June 2019)

the Dutch Fokker F28 Fellowship? (9 June 2019)

the baby Jumbo, the Boeing 747SP? (16 June 2019)

Japan’s NAMC YS-11 turboprop? (23 June 2019)

the giant Handley Page H.P.42? (14 July 2019)

the Soviet Ilyushin IL-62? (28 July 2019)

the little BAC One-Eleven? (11 August 2019)

the very unusual Inflatoplane? (1 September 2019)

the British Aerospace 146? (8 September 2019)

the huge Dornier Do X flying boat? (15 September 2019)

the Douglas DC-1? (22 September 2019)

the very useful Douglas DC-4? (13 October 2019)

the Fairey Rotodyne? (3 November 2019)

the Short Empire flying boat? (1 December 2019)

the turboprop Ilyushin IL-18? (15 December 2019)

the large, fast Vickers Vanguard? (29 December 2019)

the fast short range Boeing 720? (26 January 2020)

the long-range Boeing 747-400ER? (2 February 2020)

the last flying boat, the Short Sandringham? (9 February 2020)

the baby Boeing, the 737-100? (16 February 2020)

the gigantic Saunders-Roe Princess flying boat? (23 February 2020)

the rugged Soviet Yakovlev Yak-40? (1 March 2020)

the McDonnell Douglas MD-90? (8 March 2020)

the Soviet jumbo, the Ilyushin IL-96? (15 March 2020)

the Russian 757, the Tupolev Tu-204? (22 March 2020)

the very successful Fokker F27 Friendship? (29 March 2020)

the rare original Airbus A320-100? (4 April 2020)

the famous China Clipper, the Martin M-130 flying boat? (12 April 2020)

the little VFW-Fokker 614? (17 May 2020)

the post-war Vickers Viking? (31 May 2020)

the French Latécoère 521 and 522 Flying Boats? (7 June 2020)

the very advanced Boeing 247? (12 July 2020)

the Aérospatiale/BAC Concorde? (19 July 2020)

the largest airliner in the world, the Airbus A380? (26 July 2020)

the de Havilland Dragon Rapide? (6 September 2020)

the Soviet Tupolev Tu-124? (13 September 2020)

the German Dornier 328JET? (20 September 2020)

the de Havilland Dash 7? (4 October 2020)

the long range Airbus A340? (11 October 2020)

the ultra long-range Boeing 777-200LR? (18 October 2020)

the popular McDonnell Douglas MD-80? (25 October 2020)

the ill-fated Italian flying boat, the Caproni CA.60 Transaereo? (1 November 2020)

the good ship lollipop, the Douglas DC-2? (8 November 2020)

the “baby bus”, the Airbus A318? (22 November 2020)

the French Latécoère 631 flying boat? (6 December 2020)

the rare Dutch Fokker 70? (13 December 2020)

the Antonov An-148 and An-158? (20 December 2020)

the successful de Havilland Comet 4? (27 December 2020)

the niche Boeing 737-600? (24 January 2021)

the Aviation Traders ATL-98 Carvair? (No, it’s not a 747!) (31 January 2021)

… the sleek, successful Hawker Siddeley HS 748? (7 February 2021)

the Avro York? (14 February 2021)

the Handley Page Dart Herald? (21 February 2021)

the largest plane in the world, the Antonov An-225 Mriya? (28 February 2021)

the rather square Short 360? (7 March 2021)

the flying clipper, the Sikorsky S-42 flying boat? (14 March 2021)

the handy Martin 4-0-4? (21 March 2021)

the British Airspeed Ambassador? (28 March 2021)

the quite frankly dangerous Avro Tudor? (4 April 2021)

the large Soviet Antonov An-10? (11 April 2021)

the Ilyushin IL-14? (25 April 2021)

the pioneering Consolidated Commodore flying boat? (9 May 2021)

the Ukrainian Antonov An-140? (16 May 2021)

the ultra-unique and rare Canadair CL-44? (6 June 2021)

the Convair CV-240, 340 and 440? (13 June 2021)

this French beast, the Sud-Est SE 2010 Armagnac? (20 June 2021)

the German Rohrbach Roland aircraft? (27 June 2021)

the American Airlines Vultee V-1? (4 July 2021)

the double deck Short Solent flying boat? (11 July 2021)

the elegant Lockheed L-1649 Starliner? (18 July 2021)

the Boeing 717, the plane adopted from McDonnell Douglas? (25 July 2021)

Overall Thoughts

My anyone remember series really showcases a particular aircraft for the aviation enthusiast. I think it’s important to understand what has happened in the industry in the past. It is always possible that something that is no longer done a certain way is actually applicable to being relevant today.

Learning from history and keeping it in mind is therefore important. I hope you continue to enjoy the anyone remember series and if you have any comments or questions, please leave them below.

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