Area 88: Act I - The Blue Skies of Betrayal

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Area 88: Act I - The Blue Skies of Betrayal VHS cover.

Movie (1985)


(Synopsis needed)

Note: This is an animated film. The aircraft shown in it are therefore not actual aircraft, however, where a reasonable depiction of an actual aircraft has been created, it has been identified as best as possible.

Vought F-8 Crusader

00 is the most seen aircraft.

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Cockpit of the late variant (F-8E and higher).
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But another Crusader is quickly seen by night :

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Douglas A-4 Skyhawk

Late variant (upgraded E, N, ...) with the fuselage spine full of avionics behind the cockpit.
Note the straight refueling probe of the first model.

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And now the other type of refueling probe.

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Flight Simulator

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English Electric Lightning

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Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21

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Cessna 310

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Unidentified Helicopter

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Unidentified Aircraft

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Cessna 172 Skyhawk

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North American F-100 Super Sabre

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Northrop F-5 Freedom Fighter

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Boeing 747

Boeing 747 of Pan Am-Pan American World Airways and JAL-Japan Air Lines.

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Bell UH-1D Iroquois "Huey"

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Grumman F-14 Tomcat

F-14s bombing ? The dedicated variant (the 'Bombcat') should flew only in 1992.

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