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Reginal VelJohnson (Bob Abbot)
Darin Cooper (Colonel Chuck Lawler)
Darren Anthony Thomas (Major Eric Lewis)
Michael Teh (Captain Rosco Simms)
Gerald Webb (First Officer Ken Aoki)
Jordan Ladd (Lindsay Bates)
During a solar storm the sattelite of the new terror-defending system ACAP is destroyed, causing the Air Force One and a civilian plane to fly on a collision course.
Note: This film utilises a significant quantity of Computer Generated Images (CGI). Aircraft portrayed in this film may not be entirely accurate and have been identified as closely as possible to real aircraft.
The Air Force One is seen throughout the movie as one of the main characters. The movie uses a CGI Boeing 747-400. In reallity, the VC-25 is based on a Boeing 747-200, furthermore it does not have windows on the top deck.
This aircraft in colors of fake airline Americana Blue is seen as flight 23 throughout the movie. During the flight the aircraft is hit by the solar storm, which causes a double-engine failure and the wrong computer navigation, setting a collision course with the Air Force One.
Two Lockheed F-16 are used for "Operation Morning Light" but shot down by the Air Force One.
Used for "Operation Sam Fox", a mid-air rescue of the presidential family. During the rescue the tube between Air Force One and the C-130 is ripped apart due to bad weather. It later crashes due to a soldier, who is sucked inside one of the engines.
Operated by US Airways, with an unidentified T-tail, narrow body aircraft in the foreground.
Operated by Air Tahiti Nui. Boeing 757 of United Airlines behind.
Boeing 737-800 of American Airlines and Bombardier CRJ 100/200 of Delta Connection.
A Boeing 777-200 in the background, Boeing 737-500 takes off in the foreground. Both aircraft are operated by United Airlines.