Crash: The Mystery of Flight 1501

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Crash: The Mystery of Flight 1501 DVD cover.

TV Movie (1990)
Alternative English title: Aftermath
French title : Descente vers l'enfer

Starring:
Cheryl Ladd (Diane Halstead)
Jeffrey DeMunn (Scott Cody)
Frederick Coffin (Wes Goddard)
Peter Jurasik (Bob Stanton)
Jim Metzler (Spense Zolman)
Jeff McCarthy (Chet Harmon)

When a passenger plane crashes after a bomb scare, there are many unanswered questions, which can only be attributed to "pilot error". The pilot's wife, Diane Halstead, is convinced her husband could never have caused the disaster, but nobody will listen to her.

Boeing 747-131

It appears as a TWA’s Globe logo livery.Archive footage very likely.

Boeing 747-131 of TWA-Trans World Airlines.

Boeing 737-222

Boeing 737-222 of United Airlines.

Boeing 737-322

Boeing 737-322 of United Airlines.
Boeing 737-300.

McDonnell Douglas MD-82

American Airlines operates the MD-80 Series since 1983. Most of them beeing MD-82.

McDonnell Douglas MD-82 of American Airlines.
McDonnell Douglas MD-82.

Unidentified Aircraft

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Bell 47G

Bell 47G.

Convair 240

Convair 240.

Convair C-131 Samaritan

Convair C-131 Samaritan of the US Air Force.

Ling-Temco-Vought A-7 Corsair II

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