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Most Popular Planes

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Airfarewatchdog survey of flyers' favorite airplanes

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Meet the Worlds Most Popular Planes Salon de locomotion aerienne, at the First Paris Air Show, 1909, Source: Wikimedia Commons. Boeing 777 The most popular plane on the planet. One flier in four (25%) would rather fly in a Boeing 777 than in anything else. Source: Wikimedia Commons. Boeing 747 Four fliers in 10 prefer Boeing jets over anything else. Boeings 747 won 18% of the votes in airfarewatchdogs poll. Source: Wikimedia Commons. Airbus A380 Coming in third, Airbus A380 won 16% of votes cast. Source: Wikimedia Commons. Boeing 787 Scoring fourth was the new Boeing 787 with 8% of votes cast. Source: Wikimedia Commons. Boeing 737 ... then Boeings 737, with 7% approval. Source: Wikimedia Commons. Boeing 767 ... then the 767, also scoring 7%. Source: Wikimedia Commons. Boeing 757 ... and its Boeing (again!). The 757 got only 5% of votes cast but that was enough to win Boeing six of the top seven slots. Source: Wikimedia Commons. Airbus A320 Airbus A320 won 4% ... Source: Wikimedia Commons. Airbus A330 ... as did the A330. Source: Wikimedia Commons. Other planes, e.g. Sukhoi Superjet Other planes were chosen as flier faves 4% of the time. Heres one such Russias modestly named Superjet. Source: Wikimedia Commons. Embraer 190 And straggling in at the back of the pack, we find Embraers 190 with 3% of the vote ... Source: Wikimedia Commons. Airbus A340 and Airbus A340, with 2% ... Source: Wikimedia Commons. Boeing 717 Boeings 717, also with 2% ... Source: Wikimedia Commons. Embraer 195 and last, and least, the Embraer 195. Source: Wikimedia Commons. Warren Buffett thinks investing in airlines is a surefire way to lose your hard- earned cash. But weve found two airlines aiming to prove him wrong -- by keeping costs low, avoiding direct competition, and raking in profits. Click here to learn how these airlines are leading an airborne revolution, and find out if they can keep delivering big gains for shareholders!