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Bird People movie poster.

Movie (2014)

Josh Charles (Gary Newman)
Anaïs Demoustier (Audrey Camuzet)
Roschdy Zem (Simon)
Camélia Jordana (Leila)

A French movie in two times : first, Gary is a computer engineer involved in a big contract for Dubaï but under the pressure of late partners with a boring family life. During a meeting in Paris, he decides to stop all of this and leaving both its work and his wife. The movie has another important character : Audrey, a French student working as room maid in a hotel in Aéroport de Paris-Charles de Gaulle. In the second half of the movie, she experiences a fantastic adventure until she meets Gary at the very end. All along their story, lots of airliners are seen in the background, a challenging game for enthusiasts.

Airbus A321

Airbus A321 of Austrian Airlines.

Boeing 737-800

@ 30 min 40

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Unidentified Aircraft

@ 1h23

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Airbus A320

@ 1h26

Airbus A320 of XL Airways France.

Airbus A320

@ 1h27

Airbus A320 of Turkish Airlines.

Boeing 777-228ER

Boeing 777-228ER of Air France.

Airbus A330-203

Air France on the taxiway.

Airbus A330-203 of Air France.

Airbus A321-112

Airbus A321-112 of Alitalia.

Airbus A320-214

Airbus A320-214 of EasyJet.


Bottom right, XL Airways France the farest; a Boeing 737-500 of Air Méditerranée and an anonymous Airbus A321.

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Embraer 190

Embraer 190 of Niki just some weeks before this airline ceased using this type.

Embraer 190 of Niki.

Wright A

Wilbur Wright (1867 - 1912) at the controls of a Wright 'Flyer'.

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Morane-Saulnier H & SPAD S.VII

Roland Garros on Morane-Saulnier and Georges Guynemer at the controls of a Spad

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Various Airliners

Top right, five airliners: a dark tail with a crescent and PIA just behind the cockpit, a Boeing 777 of Pakistan International Airlines.
An Airbus A330-223 and another airliner of TAM Airlines with their red tails.
One of them is hidden by a Lufthansa Airbus A320 already rolling on the taxiway.
On the very top, at left of the Terminal 1 neon light, a Boeing 777-2H6/ER in the colors of Malaysia Airlines.

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Airbus A319-115

Airbus A319-115 of Eritrean Airlines.

Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde 215

Reg. F-BVFF is now gate guard at Roissy.
Top right an Airbus A380 of Emirates alongside an unidentified twin jet.

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Airbus A321-112

Airbus A321-112 of Air Méditerranée.

Airbus A380-861

A380 of Emirates with an unidentified jet at right.

Airbus A380-861 of Emirates.

Airbus A319-112

Registration OH-LVD, c/n 1352 built in 2000.

Reg. OH-LVD Airbus A319-112 of Finnair.

Boeing 737-300

737 of Jet2Holidays at right. Seven others still unidentified.

Boeing 737-300 of Jet2Holidays.

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