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This page is about the 1984-1986 TV Series. For the 1984 TV Movies, see Airwolf.

Airwolf DVD Boxset.

TV Series (1984-1986)

Starring:
Jan-Michael Vincent (Stringfellow Hawke)
Alex Cord (Michael Coldsmith Briggs)
Ernest Borgnine (Dominic Santini)
Jean Bruce Scott (Caitlin O'Shannessy)

A pilot flies a high-tech helicopter in various missions for a secretive government agency.

Contents

Season One

Bell 222 (Modified)

The high tech helicopter of the title flown by Hawke.
Registration N3176S; Serial number 47085.

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Bell 206B JetRanger III

The Santini air chopper.
Registration N2044C; Construction Number 3363.
Same helicopter in other productions at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

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Airwolf 1.11 JetRanger 4.jpg

Another JetRanger is seen in 1.05 when Hawke (as an unwitting accomplice) is used as a pilot in a heist.
Registration N2766Y; Serial Number 2761.

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Skyfox Corporation Skyfox

In 1.02 this is a top secret military prototype that the firm fear is going to be sold to the Russians.
Civilian Registration Registration N221SF. In reality, this aircraft was a protoype of an upgraded Lockheed T-33 Shooting Star that was offered for production but never progressed beyond that stage.

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Lockheed T-33 Shooting Star

Seen in the background in 1.02 at a US airbase.

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And another one in episode 1.11 at the Aircraft Boneyard at Mohave Air and Space Port.

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Northrop T-38 Talon

Also from 1.02.

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Cessna 172 Skyhawk

Seen at Van Nuys Airport in 1.02.

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McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II & Northrop T-38 Talon & Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker

Aerial shot of an American base in 1.02. Visible are several McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom IIs, a few Northrop T-38 Talons, and an unknown Boeing 707 variant, most likely a KC-135 Stratotanker.

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Hughes 369D

The typical bad guys helicopter. These appear in many episodes of the series, often the same birds reused.
The first appearance of a 369D is in 1.03 'Bite of the Jackal' used by forces sent to capture Airwolf.

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In 1.04 a 369 is also used by enemy forces. This time Russians.

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In 1.05 a 369D is used (not by the bad guys for once!) by a stunt pilot filming a movie who proceeds to crash.
Registration N58428; Serial 1290624D IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.
This chopper is also seen in 1.08.
For shots of the crash see IMPDb: Aircraft Crashes

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In 1.09 a number of 369s are used by mercenaries lead by an old Vietnam war buddy of Hawke's, Marty Vidor. Here is a group shot.

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Sikorsky S-55B

An antique helicopter Dom has to deliver to a customer in 'Bite of the Jackal'. A charge is mounted in the engine, causing it to crash land.
Reg N91AS; C/N 55646

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Cessna T210M Turbo Centurion

Seen in the background at Van Nuys Airport when Dom takes off in the Sikorsky above
Registration N761CU; C/N 210-62157

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Bellanca 7ECA Citabria

From 1.03 - Seen in the background inside the Santini Air Hangar. Registration N4212Y; Construction Number 119877.

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Seen again in 2.04.

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Bell 206L-1 LongRanger

Archangel's Chopper also seen in Airwolf. Sometimes a standard length JetRanger is shown instead.
Seen prominently in 1.04.

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Also seen in 1.03.

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In 1.11 another LongRanger is seen, or is it just the Archangel chopper sporting another elaborate paint job? It is used by D.G Bogarde, a government official desperate to take Airwolf back from Hawke.

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North American F-100 Super Sabre

As Russian enemy aircraft described as MiG 23s in 1.04.

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Also seen in 1.02. The stock footage used is mostly the same between the two episodes. Note the error in the screen describing the aircraft as a MiG 23S 'Flogger-B'... the 23S was referred to as 'Flogger-A'.

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North American F-86 Sabre

Also from 1.04 and meant to be a MiG 23 but I think it is a different type of plane from above.

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The second of the two "MiG" escort fighter jets that pursue Airwolf. It is obviously a different plane from the one above.

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Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker

This refueling rig appears twice in the episode as Airwolf refuels to get to Russia. The pilot and co-pilot speculate as to what the aircraft they are refueling is. At the end and to resolve a bet they ask another member of crew to check. When he tells them it is a helicopter they question his sanity.

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Boeing-Stearman A75N1 (PT17)

Our first Stearman is seen in 1.06 'Echoes from the Past' flown by Peter MacGregor-Moore, a mercenary Hawke knows, who claims to have information on his long missing brother, Saint John.

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Another is seen in episode 1.11 'To Snare a Wolf'. It is used by Toni Donatelli, a pilot who wants to get a job at Santini Air and is trying to impress Dom.
Registration N68405; Serial 75-7759.

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Lockheed C-130 Hercules

From 1.06 when a group of mercenaries kidnap Hawke and take Airwolf. The Hercules is used to transport them to Libya.

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Earlier on in the series another is seen in the background at a military base in 1.02.

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Republic F-84F Thunderstreak

From 'Echoes of the Past': This is supposed to be a Libyan Airforce "MiGs" which is escorting the Hercules transporting Airwolf. When Airwolf escapes from the Hercules' cargohold they pursue and Airwolf blows it out of the sky.

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Republic F-84F Thunderstreak
From 1.08 'Mad Over Miami'

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Also in the Series Two episode Fallen Angel to portray East German 'MiG 25s'.

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Douglas A-4 Skyhawk

From 1.07, these American fighter aircraft are owned by arms dealer Hans Daubert and he sends them to chase after Airwolf.

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Vought F4U Corsair

In 1.09 these rather old aircraft are used by the North Limbawe Air Force. They engage in a dogfight with the Hughes 369s seen in this episode. A similar aircraft (probably the same) attacks the twin-prop featured in 2.05 The Hunted. Both appear to be F4U-4s

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Boeing B-52 Stratofortress

Stock footage of B-52s are shown in 1.11 'To Snare a Wolf'. In this episode String and Dom are working with the army to create a training video. The B-52s are bombing a patch of desert for this video.

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Bombs away!

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Douglas C-133 Cargomaster

In 1.11 String needs to hide Airwolf from US military satellites used by D.G. Bogarde to hunt for it. His hiding place is an Aircraft Bone Yard (played by the bone yard at Mojave Air and Space Port). In this bone yard we can see a couple of scrapped C-133s. They appear to be N136AB and N136AR.

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BAC 111-401AK One-Eleven

1.11. Registration N128GA, serial 058.

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Douglas DC-8-32

Again from 1.11, a further scrapped airliner in the Mojave Bone Yard. Formerly of Japan Airlines (JA8002), but currently N420AJ, serial 45419 - a DC-8-32.

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Douglas DC-8-53

From 1.11. DC-8-53 of ALM Antillean Airlines. Registration N121GA, serial 45632.

On the left.
On the right.

Convair C-131 Samaritan

The last picture from 1.11 and the first series is an aerial view of the Mohave Air and Space Port Bone Yard. Two Convair C-131 Samaritan on the left, Douglas DC-8, Douglas C-133 Cargomaster behind it, and Boeing C-135 on the right.

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Season Two

Gulfstream III

Seen in 2.01 Sweet Britches in the background.

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Cessna 402

Seen in 2.02 Firestorm in the background.

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Piper PA-28-140 Cherokee

Background aircraft seen in 2.02 Firestorm.
Registration N7129R. Serial 28-21830

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McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II

Fighter jet seen briefly in 2.02 Firestorm.

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Also seen briefly in 2.03.

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Hughes 269C

Helicopter seen briefly in the Santini Air hangar in Firestorm.

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Another seen in 3.10 The Deadly Circle.

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Cessna 210G Centurion

2.03 Moffett's Ghost. When the autopilot program 'hijacks' airwolf it attempts to shoot down this plane.

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Cessna 206

2.03 Moffett's Ghost. Half way through this scene the Cessna above becomes this second model.

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Boeing B-52B Stratofortress

Seen taking off in 2.03 Moffett's Ghost when a computer glitch shows false radar blips for soviet aircraft.

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SEPECAT Jaguar

A fighter jet seen in Moffett's Ghost. When it is seen in the air it is another fighter listed above.

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McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle

Scale model seen in Moffett's Ghost. In the next episode The Truth About Holly similar fighter jets are scrambled when the Santini Air JetRanger flies into restricted airspace.

The Conformal Fuel Tanks (curved intake empenage) dictates the model as an F-15E.
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Bell 206 JetRanger III

2.04 The Truth About Holly Registration N20802 and Serial 3429.

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Another in the same episode registered N2282T and serial 3634.

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Aero Commander 500

In the background in 2.04 The Truth About Holly.

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From 2.17 Natural Born an Aero Commander 680. Probably same aircraft as above.
Registration N242TW and C/N 680-322-16.

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Boeing 727-100

In the background in 2.04 The Truth About Holly.

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Beechcraft 200 Super King Air

In 2.05 The Hunted. This twin prop flown by Caitlin is pursued and attacked by a Vought F4U Corsair. Registration N84B, serial BB-797. This aircraft also appears in 2.22 Short Walk to Freedom.

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Another Beech 200 is seen in 2.11 Random Target.
Registration N6668H and serial BB-586.

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Bell 206 LongRanger

Seen in 2.05 The Hunted

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Boeing 707

Seen in stock footage in 2.06 Sins of the Past.

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Boeing 747-243B & McDonnell Douglas MD-11

Tails of various airliners seen in stock footage in 2.06 Sins of the Past. Appears to be an MD-11 of VARIG at the back and a Boeing 747 of Alitalia in the foreground.

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Fokker Dr.I

Used in 2.07 Fallen Angel by String and Dominic in a movie stunt where they have a dogfight with another biplane before crashing into a barn.

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Sopwith F.1 Camel

Used in 2.07 Fallen Angel as the second biplane which is used in the dogfight against String and Dom.
Also seen in The Great Waldo Pepper - IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

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Sikorsky S-76A (Modified) as the HX1

2.08 HX1. A prototype of the HX1 a high tech helicopter which is stolen from its manufacturer that Hawke believes his brother was behind the theft of.
Registration N84SM. C/N 760261.

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Bell UH-1 Huey

From 2.08 HX1. Seen in Hawke's flashbacks to Vietnam. Similar Hueys appear in 2.17 Natural Born and 2.18 Out of the Sky. Both a UH-1C and an UH-1H are seen.

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Bell 206B JetRanger III

Used in 2.08 HX1 by the mercenaries who steal the HX1.
Registration N2757M. C/N 2642.
Also seen in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

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N2757M also appears in 2.11 Random Target when it is used by Hawke and Dom to do some filming for a friend.

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And also in 2.14 Inn at the End of the Road when Doc is compelled to fly it for some bad guys. It manages to escape from Airwolf by flying through a tunnel.

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Boeing 747-123

2.09 Flight 093 is Missing. A 747 is hijacked by kidnappers and crashed into the see where it is held to ransom. All footage of the plane is directly lifted from the movie Airport '77.

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Boeing 747-121

A Boeing 747 in Pan American World Airways livery.

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Piper J-3 Cub

2.09 Flight 093 is Missing. Aircraft that flies over the boat used by the kidnappers who shoot it down with an RPG.

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Sikorsky HH-52A Seaguard

Coastguard helicopter seen in 2.09 when a rescue is mounted on Flight 093.
Registration 1373 and C/N 62-051.

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Cessna 411

Seen in the background in 2.11 Random Target.
Registration N63CA C/N 411-0057.

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Piper PA-23-250 Aztec

Tales of two Aztecs visible in the background at Van Nuys Airport.
Registration N5989Y. C/N 27-3163.
Registration N5245Y. C/N 27-2299.

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Robinson R22

Another background aircraft from Random Target.

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Piper PA-28-260 Cherokee and Cessna 172K Skyhawk

Two more aircraft seen in Random Target
Reg N856CC and serial 24-4020.
Reg N7395G and serial 172-59095.

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Rockwell Thrush Commander

2.13 The American Dream. Gangsters use these crop dusters (modified to spray petrol rather than pesticides) to burn the crops of people who refused to pay into their protection racket.

Rockwell Thrush Commander.
Rockwell Thrush Commander.
Rockwell Thrush Commander.
Rockwell Thrush Commander.
Rockwell Thrush Commander.

North American P-51D Mustang

2.13 The American Dream. When Airwolf takes out the Thrush Commanders above The Spider (the man at the head of the protection racket) attempts to take Airwolf down with this plane.

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Cessna 195

2.14 Inn at the End of the Road. Used by Lord Killebrew an international peacekeeper. It is pursued by a modified computer controlled Hughes 500 which attempts to drown it.

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Bell UH-1-BF Iroquois

2.14 Inn at the End of the Road. Escort aircraft for the plane pictured above. When it is shot down it appears to be a model instead.
Registration N630V. Serial number 9901.

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Learjet 24A

2.15 Santini's Millions. Jet flown by tycoon Carl Barron. It crashes due to a technical glitch and Dom has to rescue him.
Registration N464CL and C/N 24A-096. Used in other movies see IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft. It also appears in 2.20 Severance Pay

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Hughes 369HS

2.15 Santini's Millions. Registered N8673F its construction number is 87-0184D.

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Same chopper in 2.21 Eruption.

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Bell 205A-1

2.17 Natural Born. Kevin Hansen and Caitlin are taken hostage and transported in this helicopter. When he takes out the driver, Kevin has to fly it with his hands tied.
Registraton N4774R, C/N 30019.

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Bell 206L-3 LongRanger III

2.17 Natural Born. Police helicopter used by Kevin Hansen to pursue the UH-1 of the men who killed his uncle.
Registration N331WD and serial 51062.

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Beechcraft H35 Bonanza & Mooney M20 & Cessna 182

Again from 2.17. A number of aircraft seen at Van Nuys Airport. Amongst them is a clearly visible foreground a Beechcraft Bonanza noticeable by its V-Shaped tail, two Mooney M20 and a Cessna 182.

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Beechcraft F33A Bonanza

Another shot of multiple aircraft at Van Nuys from 2.17 episode.

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Cessna 150G

2.17. Registration N8572J and C/N 150-66472.

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Beechcraft Baron

2.17.

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Mooney M18 Mite

2.17. Seen in the background in a hangar. Registration N124C and serial 204.

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Beech A36 Bonanza

2.17. Natural Born. Registration N861RX, serial E-1449.

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Beechcraft 65-A90 King Air

2.17. Natural Born.

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Cessna 550 Citation II

2.17. Natural Born.

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Douglas DC-3

2.18 Out of the Sky. Seen on a scan of the surface below supposedly buried underneath the sand.

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North American B-25 Mitchell

2.19 Dambreakers. B-25J used by the gang of 'dambreakers' to destroy dams.

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North American P-51D-30NA Mustang

2.20 Severance Pay. This aircraft attacks the Learjet that is transporting Larry Mason back from Mexico.
Registration N64CL and serial 44-74423.

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Season Three

Bell 222 'Redwolf'

3.02 Airwolf II. The Firm build another Airwolf. However, the pilot steals it meaning that The Firm require Hawke and the original Airwolf to deal with the situation.

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Cessna 172 RG II Cutlass

3.03 And a Child Shall Lead. Stock footage of the exterior of the Santini Air hangar which appears in numerous episodes of season three.

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Northrop T-38A Talon

3.04 Fortune Teller. This fighter jet is installed with the 'Fortune Teller' a device which allows it to predict the next move of an opponent in aerial combat.
Registration N638TC and C/N N.5518.

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Aérospatiale AS355 TwinStar

Seen in the background in the Santini Air hangar in 3.05 Crossover.

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North American B-25 Mitchell

3.06 Kingdom Come. Two are used by the bad guys to escape at the end of the episode.

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Avtek 400A

3.07 Eagles. Appears as the Stappleford X-400, a revolutionary new military observation aircraft that is about to be adopted by the USA. However, it is really an undercover fighter and its creator uses it in order to shoot down the plane of the only person who knows of the fatal flaw that causes accidents under high stress.

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North American P-51D Mustang

3.07 Eagles. Plane of Roan Carver, the test pilot on the X-400 project, raced against other historic aircraft at the Reno Air Races.
Registration N51TK and serial 122-31076, formerly 413410.

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Christen Eagle II

3.07 Eagles. First seen as one of a number used by an aerobatics team String commandeers in order to help Roan evade the X-400.
Registration N21CE and serial 0001.

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Hawker Sea Fury

3.07 Eagles. Plane used by Blaine, another test pilot on the X-400 project, at the Reno Air Races.

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Piper PA-18 Super Cub

3.07 Eagles. Used by String and Dom to fly to the air races.

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Douglas A-4F Skyhawk II

3.07 Eagles. Footage of the Blue Angels, who discontinued use of these aircraft in 1986.

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Lockheed P-38 Lightning

3.07 Eagles. One of the competitors in the air races.

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Mooney M20K

3.07 Eagles.
Registration N5808B, c/n 25-0867.

Reg.N5808B Mooney M20K.

Boeing 707

3.07 Eagles. Avtek 400A, listed above, taking off and a number of passenger jets in the background.

Boeing 707

Acro Sport II

3.07 Eagles.

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Hawker Sea Fury T20 (modified)

3.07 Eagles. Foreground and background planes from the same type.
Background: Registration NX20SF, c/n ES.9505.

Reg.NX20SF Hawker Sea Fury T20 in the background.
Reg.NX20SF Hawker Sea Fury T20 in the background.
Reg.NX20SF Hawker Sea Fury T20 in the background.

Vought F4U Corsair

3.07 Eagles.

Vought F4U Corsair.

Douglas A-1H Skyraider

3.07 Eagles.

Douglas A-1H Skyraider.

Aero Commander 500 & Piper PA-34 Seneca

3.07 Eagles.

Aero Commander 500 in the foreground and Piper PA-34 Seneca on the right background.

Ryan PT-22 Recruit & North American P-51A Mustang

3.07 Eagles.

Ryan PT-22 Recruit on the lef and North American P-51A Mustang on the right.

Beechcraft T-34 Mentor

3.07 Eagles.

Beechcraft T-34 Mentor of the USAF.

North American F-86F Sabre

3.07 Eagles.

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Unidentified Aircraft

3.07 Eagles.

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Canadair CT-114 Tutor

3.07 Eagles. Jets on the ground from the Royal Canadian Air Force "Snowbirds" display team.

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Ryan PT-22 Recruit

3.07 Eagles. Between the F-86 and the old(er) fashioned plane.

Ryan PT-22 Recruit.

Bell UH-1N Twin Huey

3.10 The Deadly Circle.

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Fairchild C-123K Provider

3.12 Half Pint.
Registration N3836A, Serial 54-0610 and C/N 20059.

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Bell 206 JetRanger II

3.12 Half-Pint. Used by the villains to escape. Registration N3187D and serial 1326.

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3.16 Little Wolf. Used by a corrupt Sheriff to look for Hawke.

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Cessna 150

3.13 Wildfire. The light plane

Cessna 150 in the background.
Cessna 150 in the background.

Cessna 310D

3.13 Wildfire.

Cessna 310D.

North American T-6 Texan & Beechcraft T-34 Mentor

3.16 Little Wolf. The T-38 is probably the same used in Fortune Teller.

North American T-6 Texan on the background left and Beechcraft T-34 Mentor next to it.

Cessna 310L

3.17 Desperate Monday. Used by the villain to make an escape but blocked off by Airwolf and some police cars before it can take off.
Registration N3272X and construction number 310L-0122.

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Cessna 180K Skywagon

3.17 Desperate Monday.
The white/pale green plane.

Cessna 180K Skywagon.

Grumman G-1159 Gulfstream II

3.19 Break in at Santa Paula.

Grumman G-1159 Gulfstream II.

Hughes 369HS

3.20 The Girl Who Fell from the Sky. Described as a high tech gunship in this episode.
Registration N9276F and serial 115-0778S. Appears in other episodes as well.

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Cessna 550 Citation II

Jet seen in 3.20 The Girl Who Fell from the Sky. Partial registration N6864.

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Aérospatiale SA 341G Gazelle

Used briefly by String in 3.22 Birds of Paradise.
Registration N9000E and serial 1471.

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Cessna T310R

3.22 Birds of Paradise.
Registration N6141C and C/N 310R1299

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