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TV Series (2003 - 2013+)
Also known as:
MaydayAir Disasters (Québec)
Air Emergency (USA)
Air Crash Investigation(s) (English title)

Starring:
Gérard Feldzer (expert narrator on Season One (french braodcasting))

Each episode of 52 minutes includes two parts. The first one tells the chronology of a flight, with aviation experts and eyewitnesses, usually from the boarding until the drama. In the second part, the enquiry is told until its conclusions and the consequences on industry and airline companies are exposed.
Please look at the discussion tab to know and complete the episodes already 'online'. Thanks! LVCDC 04:13, 15 September 2013 (MDT)

Contents

Season One

Airbus A330-243

Ep 1.06 Flying on Empty (Air Transat flight 236)
Registration C-GITS, c/n 271.

Reg.C-GITS Airbus A330-243 of Air Transat.

Airbus A320

Ep 1.06 Flying on Empty (Air Transat flight 236)

Airbus A320.

Airbus A340-313

Ep 1.06 Flying on Empty (Air Transat flight 236)

Airbus A340-313 of Air France.

Boeing 737-823

Ep 1.06 Flying on Empty (Air Transat flight 236)

Boeing 737-823 of American Airlines.

Boeing 747-433M

Ep 1.06 Flying on Empty (Air Transat flight 236)

Boeing 747-433M of Air Canada.

Various Aircraft

Ep 1.06 Flying on Empty (Air Transat flight 236)
Background is an Airbus A320-212 from Northwest Airlines with another A320 on the left.

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Boeing 767-260ER

Ep 1.06 Flying on Empty (Air Transat flight 236)
Registration ET-AIZ, c/n 23916/187 built in 1987. Ethiopian Airlines Flight 961 (subject of the Ep. 3.06).

Reg. ET-AIZ Boeing 767-260ER of Ethiopian Airlines.

Sikorsky S-76A

Ep 1.06 Flying on Empty (Air Transat flight 236)

Sikorsky S-76A of Ontario Ministry of Health.

De Havilland Canada DHC-8-102 Dash 8

Ep 1.06 Flying on Empty (Air Transat flight 236)
De Havilland Canada DHC-8-102 Dash 8 of Air Nova in the colors of the new millenium (bottom right).

De Havilland Canada DHC-8-102 Dash 8 of Air Nova.

Sikorsky HH-3F

Ep 1.06 Flying on Empty (Air Transat flight 236)
Among several airliners, a US Coast Guard Sikorsky HH-3F easy to identify with its white/red paint scheme.

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Season Two

Season Three

Airbus A300B2-203

Ep. 3.01 Mistaken Identity (Iran Air Flight 655)
Representing Iran Air Flight 655, EP-IBU. But this livery was adopted in 1995, seven years after the event. It must be another Airbus in the fleet.

Airbus A300B2-203 of Iran Air.
Airbus A300B2-203 of Iran Air.

Airbus A310-203

Ep 3.07 Kid in the Cockpit

Airbus A310-203 of KLM-Royal Dutch Airlines.

Boeing 767-38A/ER

Ep 3.07 Kid in the Cockpit

Boeing 767-38A/ER of Aeroflot-Russian Airlines.

Airbus A310-308/ET

Ep 3.07 Kid in the Cockpit

CGI used for reconstitution scenes.

Airbus A310-300

Ep 3.07 Kid in the Cockpit

Airbus A310-300.

Airbus A320

Ep 3.07 Kid in the Cockpit
Desk model just behind the Airbus A310 one.

Airbus A320.

Antonov An-124 Ruslan

Ep 3.07 Kid in the Cockpit
Desk model on the left.

Antonov An-124 Ruslan.

Boeing 707-359B

Ep 3.07 Kid in the Cockpit
CGI of an Avianca airplane.

Boeing 707-359B of Avianca.

Aérospatiale SA 330J Puma

Ep. 3.10 Helicopter Down (Bristow Flight 56C)
From a promotional movie on Bristow?
Reg. G-BFEU Aérospatiale SA 330J Puma c/n 1478 delivered in 1977.

Reg.G-BFEU Aérospatiale SA 330J Puma of Bristow Helicopters.
Reg.G-BFEU Aérospatiale SA 330J Puma of Bristow Helicopters.

British Aerospace BAe 146-200

Ep. 3.10 Helicopter Down (Bristow Flight 56C)
Behind the helicopter, a BAe 146 of IAC.

British Aerospace BAe 146-200 of IAC-Integrated Aviation Consortium on lease from Flightline.

Aérospatiale AS332L Super Puma

Ep. 3.10 Helicopter Down (Bristow Flight 56C)
Several airframes seen throughout the episode.
Reg. G-TIGE c/n 2028.

Reg. G-TIGE Aérospatiale AS-332L1 Super Puma of Bristow Helicopters.

Reg. G-TIGK c/n 2044 and subject of the study.

Reg. G-TICK Aérospatiale AS 332L Super Puma of Bristow Helicopters.

Other airframes seen and identified by their registration:

  • G-TIGF c/n 2038
  • G-TIGV c/n 2099

Seen through several CGI too.

Aérospatiale AS 332L Super Puma of Bristow Helicopters.

Embraer EMB-135ER

Ep. 3.10 Helicopter Down (Bristow Flight 56C)
Reg. G-RJXK an Embraer EMB-135ER (ERJ-135ER) c/n 145494 manufactured in 2001.

Reg.G-RJXK Embraer EMB-135ER of BMI Regional.

Westland WS-61 Sea King HAR 3

Ep. 3.10 Helicopter Down (Bristow Flight 56C)
Of one of the RAF Rescue Squadron.

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Unidentified Aircraft

Ep. 3.10 Helicopter Down (Bristow Flight 56C)

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McDonnell Douglas DC-9-31

Ep. 3.10 Helicopter Down (Bristow Flight 56C)
Of Northwest.

McDonnell Douglas DC-9-31 of Northwest Airlines.

Airbus A330-343X

Ep. 3.10 Helicopter Down (Bristow Flight 56C)
Airframe 935 (as painted on the front wheels whels), so it's A330 registered C-GHKR, c/n 400.

Reg.C-GHKR Airbus A330-343X of Air Canada.

Sikorsky S-61N MkII

Ep. 3.10 Helicopter Down (Bristow Flight 56C)
Probably G-BIMU (c/n 61752) as we guess what seems to be STAC POLLAIDH christen name. Leased by Kustwacht - Netherlands Coast Guard from Bristow Helicopters.

Reg.G-BIMU Sikorsky S-61N MkII STAC POLLAIDH of the Kustwacht.
Reg.G-BIMU Sikorsky S-61N MkII STAC POLLAIDH of the Kustwacht.

McDonnell Douglas MD-11

Ep. 3.10 Helicopter Down (Bristow Flight 56C)
Sorry for the poor quality.
McDonnell Douglas MD-11 of KLM on the foreground and the tail of a Star Airlines liner in the distance.

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Boeing 737-200

Ep. 3.10 Helicopter Down (Bristow Flight 56C)

Boeing 737-200.

Airbus A380-841

Ep. 3.10 Helicopter Down (Bristow Flight 56C)
MSN-001 read on the wheels whels so it's F-WWOW.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg.F-WWOW Airbus A380-841 of Airbus Industries.
Reg.F-WWOW Airbus A380-841 of Airbus Industries.

Various Airliners

Ep. 3.10 Helicopter Down (Bristow Flight 56C)
Is it a 767 of Air France facing us ?

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Boeing 737-297/Advanced

Ep 3.11 Hanging by a Thread
Reg. N730AL Boeing 737-297, (s/n 22631) built in 1982 wears Aloha Airlines colors.

Reg.N730AL Boeing 737-297/Advanced of Aloha Airlines.

Boeing 737-297

Ep 3.11 Hanging by a Thread
Reg. N73711 Boeing 737-297 (s/n 20209) used for Aloha Airlines Flight 243 on 28 April 1988.
Baptised Queen Liliuokalani, this airplane built in 1969 was the 152nd 737. Always in service with Aloha where it had accumulated 89 680 flight cycles / 35 496 hours in 19 years ! Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg.N73711 Boeing 737-297 Queen Liliuokalani of Aloha Airlines.

Boeing 737-236/Advanced

Ep 3.11 Hanging by a Thread
New (and last) Aloha paint scheme (with a tail in the colors of Hawaiian Airlines at left).

Boeing 737-236/Advanced of Aloha Airlines.

Boeing 737-7Q8

Ep 3.11 Hanging by a Thread

Boeing 737-7Q8 of Aloha Airlines.

Boeing 747-436

Ep 3.07 Kid in the Cockpit

Boeing 747-436 of British Airways.

Grumman F-14A Tomcat

Ep. 3.01 Mistaken Identity (Iran Air Flight 655)
First, a CGI in the background of the Airbus taxiing.

DDLC S3E1 F-14 CGI CIMG5849.jpg

Then an archive footage of an iranian Tomcat with the paint scheme used at that time.

Grumman F-14A Tomcat.

Lockheed WP-3 Orion

Ep. 3.01 Mistaken Identity (Iran Air Flight 655)
Archive shot of the weather variant (only used by the USA) despite it was an Iranian standart P-3C which was involved in the incident.

Lockheed WP-3 Orion.
Lockheed WP-3 Orion.

Mil Mi-17

Ep 3.07 Kid in the Cockpit

Mil Mi-17.

McDonnell Douglas F-4 C Phantom II

Ep. 3.01 Mistaken Identity (Iran Air Flight 655)
Firing an AMG-65 from a McDonnell Douglas F-4 C Phantom II

McDonnell Douglas F-4 C Phantom II.

Robinson R44

Ep 3.11 Hanging by a Thread

DDLC S3E11 R44 CIMG6035.jpg

Sikorsky SH-60 Seahwak

Ep. 3.01 Mistaken Identity (Iran Air Flight 655)

DDLC S3E1 SH-60 CIMG5844.JPG

Tupolev Tu-95

Ep 3.07 Kid in the Cockpit

DDLC-S3E7 Tu95 poster.jpg

Tupolev Tu-134A

Ep 3.07 Kid in the Cockpit

Tupolev Tu-134A of Aeroflot-Soviet Airlines.

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Tupolev Tu-154B-2

Ep 3.07 Kid in the Cockpit

Tupolev Tu-154B-2 of Aeroflot-Soviet Airlines.

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Tupolev Tu-154M

Ep 3.07 Kid in the Cockpit

Tupolev Tu-154M of Aeroflot-Soviet Airlines.

Fokker 100

Ep 3.07 Kid in the Cockpit

Fokker 100.


Unidentified Aircraft

Ep 3.11 Hanging by a Thread

DDLC S3E11 what CIMG6033.jpg

Probably a Douglas DC-3 without engines.

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Various Aircraft

Ep 3.07 Kid in the Cockpit
Including a Boeing 757-23APF of DHL and a landing Boeing 747-48EM of Asiana Cargo.

Boeing 757-23APF of DHL Aviation and landing Boeing 747-48EM of Asiana Cargo.

Ep 3.11 Hanging by a Thread
Lot of Cessna (probably 152 & 172) with a twin engine airframe.

DDLC S3E11 various CIMG6036.jpg

Season Four

Season Five

Airbus A321-211

Ep. 5.02 Gimli Glider

Airbus A321-211 of Air Canada.

Antonov An-124 Ruslan & Various Aircraft

Ep. 5.02 Gimli Glider
Seen on panels behind the interviewee.

Antonov An-124 Ruslan of Volga-Dnepr Airlines.

Bell CH-146 Griffon

Ep. 5.02 Gimli Glider
Registration 146454, c/n 46454.

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Boeing 737-300

Ep. 5.02 Gimli Glider

Boeing 737-300.

Boeing 767-233 (CGI)

Ep. 5.02 Gimli Glider
CGI of the accident aircraft. Registration C-GAUN, c/n 22520 built in 1983. Ran out of fuel and made an emergency landing at Gimli Industrial Park airport on July 23, 1983. All occupants survived.

Reg. C-GAUN Boeing 767-233 of Air Canada.
Reg. C-GAUN Boeing 767-233 of Air Canada.
Reg. C-GAUN Boeing 767-233 of Air Canada.
Reg. C-GAUN Boeing 767-233 of Air Canada.
Reg. C-GAUN Boeing 767-233 of Air Canada.

Boeing 767-233

Ep. 5.02 Gimli Glider
Registration C-GAUN, c/n 22520 built in 1983. Ran out of fuel and made an emergency landing at Gimli Industrial Park airport on July 23, 1983. All occupants survived.

Reg. C-GAUN Boeing 767-233 of Air Canada.
Reg. C-GAUN Boeing 767-233 of Air Canada.
Reg. C-GAUN Boeing 767-233 of Air Canada.
Reg. C-GAUN Boeing 767-233 of Air Canada.
Reg. C-GAUN Boeing 767-233 of Air Canada. Apparently the aircraft's final takeoff.

Boeing 767-233/ER

Ep. 5.02 Gimli Glider

Boeing 767-233/ER of Air Canada.

McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32

Ep. 5.02 Gimli Glider
Registration C-FTLU, c/n 47196 built in 1968. Air Canada's Flight 797 caught on fire mid-flight and had to make an emergency landing at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport on 2 June 1983. 23 passengers died.

Reg. C-FTLU McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 of Air Canada.
Reg. C-FTLU McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 of Air Canada.

Boeing 747-437

Ep 5.07 "Air India: Explosive Evidence"
CGI.

Boeing 747-437 of Air India (CGI).
Boeing 747-437 of Air India (CGI).

Real one.

Boeing 747-437 of Air India.

Boeing 737 & Boeing 747

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Sikorsky SH-3 Sea King

Ep 5.07 "Air India: Explosive Evidence"

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Westland WS-61 Sea King HAR 3

Ep 5.07 "Air India: Explosive Evidence"

Reg. XZ595 Westland Sea King HAR.3 of the Royal Air Force.

Boeing 747-237B

Ep 5.07 "Air India: Explosive Evidence"
Remains of Air India Flight 182, subject of the episode.

Reg. VT-EFO Boeing 747-237B Emperor Kanishka of Air India.

Ilyushin Il-96

Ep 5.07 "Air India: Explosive Evidence"

Ilyushin Il-96 of Aeroflot-Soviet Airlines.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10

Ep 5.07 "Air India: Explosive Evidence"
Registration TC-JAV, c/n 46704/29. Flight 981, Crashed over Ermenonville near Paris on the 3 March 1974.

Reg.TC-JAV McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10 Ankara of THY-Türk Hava Yollari-Turkish Airlines.

Boeing 747-128

Ep 5.07 "Air India: Explosive Evidence"
On 17 May 1997, the FAA, in conjunction with the Civil Aviation Authority in the United Kingdom, conducted a blast test on an ex-Air France Boeing 747 c/n 20355/105. (reg. F-BPVE when in service).

Ex Air France Boeing 747-128 F-BPVE during blast tests at Bruntingthorpe Airfield, Leicestershire, England.

Airbus A320-214

Ep 5.07 Air India: Explosive Evidence

Airbus A320-214 of Philippine Airlines.

Boeing 767

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Airbus A300

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Boeing 757-200

Ep. 5.08 Mixed Signals (Birgenair Flight 301)
Prototype of the Boeing 757-200 (N757A).

DDLC-S5E8 757proto CIMG7404.jpg

A Boeing 757 with its registration ending by UE; seen again in Ep 9.05 Target is Destroyed.

DDLC-S5E8 757UE CIMG7403.jpg

Boeing 757-225

Ep. 5.08 Mixed Signals (Birgenair Flight 301)
CGI of the Boeing 757-225 TC-GEN of Birgenair.

Reg. TC-GEN Boeing 757-225 of Birgenair.
Reg. TC-GEN Boeing 757-225 of Birgenair.

Bell UH-1H Iroquois

Ep. 5.08 Mixed Signals (Birgenair Flight 301)

DDLC-S5E8 UH-H CIMG7405.jpg

McDonnell Douglas DC-9

Ep. 5.08 Mixed Signals (Birgenair Flight 301)

DDLC-S5E8 DC-9 CIMG7400.jpg

Bell OH-58 Kiowa

Ep. 5.08 Mixed Signals (Birgenair Flight 301)

DDLC-S5E8 OH-58 CIMG7406.jpg

IAI 1125 Astra SPX

Ep. 5.08 Mixed Signals (Birgenair Flight 301)

DDLC-S5E8 Astra CIMG7407.jpg
DDLC-S5E8 AstraX CIMG7411.jpg

Unidentified Aircraft

Ep. 5.08 Mixed Signals (Birgenair Flight 301)
A general aviation aircraft.

DDLC-S5E8 unk CIMG7410.jpg

Airbus A320

Ep. 5.08 Mixed Signals (Birgenair Flight 301)

DDLC-S5E8 Airbus CIMG7412.jpg

Gulfstream G650

Ep. 5.08 Mixed Signals (Birgenair Flight 301)

DDLC-S5E8 Gulfstream CIMG7413.jpg

Airbus A319-112

Ep. 5.08 Mixed Signals (Birgenair Flight 301)

Airbus A319-112 of US Airways.

Airbus A320-232

Ep. 5.08 Mixed Signals (Birgenair Flight 301)
Registration G-MIDR, c/n 1697. Built in 2002, previously registered F-WWIQ then SU-NMA.

Reg. G-MIDR Airbus A320-232 of BMI-British Midlands International.

De Havilland Canada DHC-7 'Dash 7'

Ep. 5.08 Mixed Signals (Birgenair Flight 301)
A Dash 7 is on final approach.

DDLC-S5E8 Dash7 CIMG7416.jpg

Boeing 747-4F6

Ep. 5.08 Mixed Signals (Birgenair Flight 301)

Boeing 747-4F6 of South African Airways.

ATR 72-212

Ep. 5.08 Mixed Signals (Birgenair Flight 301)
Reg. N429AT ATR 72-212 of American Eagle built in 1994 (c/n 429). Tail fin of Boeing 737-832 from Delta Air Lines in the background (listed below).

Reg.N429AT ATR 72-212 of American Eagle.

Cessna 172

Ep. 5.08 Mixed Signals (Birgenair Flight 301)
Gate gardian at Gregorio Luperón International Airport (Sosúa, Puerto Plata province, Dominican Republic).

DDLC-S5E8 C172 CIMG7419.jpg

Boeing 737-832

Ep. 5.08 Mixed Signals (Birgenair Flight 301)
Reg. N374DA, a Boeing 737-832 (c/n 29622) seen again in Ep. 7.07 Frozen in Flight.

Boeing 737-832 of Delta Air Lines.

Bell UH-1 Iroquois

Ep. 5.10 Phantom Strike

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Boeing 737-8BK

Ep. 5.10 Phantom Strike

Boeing 737-8BK of Gol Transportes Aéreos.
Boeing 737-8BK of Gol Transportes Aéreos.

Boeing 737-8EH

Ep. 5.10 Phantom Strike
Registration PR-GTL, c/n 34962/2215.

Reg. PR-GTL Boeing 737-8EH of Gol Transportes Aéreos.

Ep. 5.10 Phantom Strike
Registration PR-GTD, c/n 34653/2039. Gol Transportes Aéreos Flight 1907 broke up and crashed after its wing was cut off by the Bombardier listed below.

Reg. PR-GTD Boeing 737-8EH of Gol Transportes Aéreos.
Reg. PR-GTD Boeing 737-8EH of Gol Transportes Aéreos.
Reg. PR-GTD Boeing 737-8EH of Gol Transportes Aéreos.

Embraer EMB-135BJ Legacy 600

Ep. 5.10 Phantom Strike
Registration N600XL, c/n 14500965 built in 2006.

Reg. N600XL Embraer EMB-135BJ Legacy 600.
Reg. N600XL Embraer EMB-135BJ Legacy 600.
Reg. N600XL Embraer EMB-135BJ Legacy 600.
Reg. N600XL Embraer EMB-135BJ Legacy 600.
Reg. N600XL Embraer EMB-135BJ Legacy 600.

Embraer ERJ 145 family & Boeing 737 & Airbus A319 & Boeing 747

Ep. 5.10 Phantom Strike
Top to bottom.

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Eurocopter AS332 Super Puma

Ep. 5.10 Phantom Strike

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Sikorsky UH-60L Black Hawk

Ep. 5.10 Phantom Strike

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Various Models

Ep. 5.10 Phantom Strike
Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress, Lockheed C-130 Hercules, Consolidated B-24 Liberator, Armstrong Whitworth A.W.38 Whitley, and Consolidated PBY Catalina are recognizable.

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IAI 1125 Astra

Ep. 5.10 Phantom Strike
Known too as Gulfstream G100. False registration.

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Unidentified Aircrarft

Ep. 5.10 Phantom Strike
Orange desk model on the bottom left.

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Season Six

Season Seven

Lockheed C-5 Galaxy

Ep. 7.04 Operation Babylift (Tan Son Nhut C-5 accident)

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Bell UH-1H Iroquois

Ep. 7.04 Operation Babylift (Tan Son Nhut C-5 accident)

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Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk

Ep. 7.04 Operation Babylift (Tan Son Nhut C-5 accident)

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Boeing CH-47 Chinook

Ep. 7.04 Operation Babylift (Tan Son Nhut C-5 accident)

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Curtiss-Wright C-46A Commando

Ep. 7.04 Operation Babylift (Tan Son Nhut C-5 accident)
Behind the Iroquois.

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Beechcraft B55 Baron

Ep. 7.04 Operation Babylift (Tan Son Nhut C-5 accident)
Inside a twin enginned light aircraft. Piper PA-23 Apache ?

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Bell 204

Ep. 7.04 Operation Babylift (Tan Son Nhut C-5 accident)
Used by Air America.

Bell 204 of Air America.
Bell 204 of Air America.

Boeing Vertol CH-46 Sea Knight

Ep. 7.04 Operation Babylift (Tan Son Nhut C-5 accident)

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Bell 205

Ep. 7.04 Operation Babylift (Tan Son Nhut C-5 accident)

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Gulfstream V

Ep. 7.04 Operation Babylift (Tan Son Nhut C-5 accident)

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ATR 72-212

Ep. 7.07 Frozen in Flight (American Eagle Flight 4184)
CGI of American Eagle's ATR 72-212, registered N401AM.

Reg. N401AM ATR 72-212 of American Eagle.
Reg. N401AM ATR 72-212 of American Eagle.

Eurocopter AS350 Ecureuil

Ep. 7.07 Frozen in Flight (American Eagle Flight 4184)

Eurocopter AS350 Ecureuil.
Eurocopter AS350 Ecureuil.

Piper PA-32-300 Cherokee Six

Ep. 7.07 Frozen in Flight (American Eagle Flight 4184)

At right.

McDonnell Douglas MD-82

Ep. 7.07 Frozen in Flight (American Eagle Flight 4184)

McDonnell Douglas MD-82 of American Airlines.

Unidentified Aircraft

Ep. 7.07 Frozen in Flight (American Eagle Flight 4184)

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Diamond DA40 Diamond Star & Diamond DA42 Twin Star

Ep. 7.07 Frozen in Flight (American Eagle Flight 4184)
Diamond DA42 Twin Star on the left background.

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De Havilland Canada DHC-6-100 Twin Otter

Ep. 7.07 Frozen in Flight (American Eagle Flight 4184)

De Havilland Canada DHC-6-100 Twin Otter of NASA.

Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker

Ep. 7.07 Frozen in Flight (American Eagle Flight 4184)

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Boeing 737-832

Ep. 7.07 Frozen in Flight (American Eagle Flight 4184)
Reg. N374DA, a Boeing 737-832 (c/n 29622) of Delta Air Lines.
Same picture seen in Ep.5.08.

Reg. N374DA, a Boeing 737-832 of Delta Air Lines.


ATR 72-202

Ep. 7.08 Falling Fast (Tuninter Flight 1153)
Tuninter's ATR 72-202, registered TS-LBB (c/n 258) built in 1991. A picture taken during the nineties in full white paint.

Reg. TS-LBB ATR 72-202 of Tuninter.

A CGI of the aircraft during its last flight. The engine nacelles must be white instead blue.

Reg. TS-LBB ATR 72-202 of Tuninter.

Salvation of the wings (and white engines) on 06 August 2005.

Reg. TS-LBB ATR 72-202 of Tuninter.

ATR 72-500

Ep. 7.08 Falling Fast (Tuninter Flight 1153)
Reg. F-WWEY the prototype of ATR-72-500 variant. This registration worn for trials was used on several ATR 42 and ATR 72.

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ATR 42 & ATR 72-202

Ep. 7.08 Falling Fast (Tuninter Flight 1153)
An ATR-42 (upper) and (below) F-GKPH, an ATR-72-202 which was registered later PP-PTK (c/n 352).

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Boeing 767-260ER

Ep. 7.08 Falling Fast (Tuninter Flight 1153)
Boeing 767-260ER of Ethiopian Airlines, Flight 961 (subject of the Ep. 3.06). Registration is ET-AIZ, c/n 23916/187 built in 1987.

Reg. ET-AIZ Boeing 767-260ER of Ethiopian Airlines.

Airbus A330-243

Ep. 7.08 Falling Fast (Tuninter Flight 1153)
CGI of an Airbus Airbus A330 in the colors of Air Transat (Ep 1.06 is dedicated to this incident).

Reg.C-GITS Airbus A330-243 of Air Transat.

Bell 212

Ep. 7.08 Falling Fast (Tuninter Flight 1153)

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Sikorsky HH-3F Pelican

Ep. 7.08 Falling Fast (Tuninter Flight 1153)

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Season Eight

Season Nine

Boeing 737-236/Advanced (CGI)

Ep. 9.01 Panic on the Runway (British Airtours Flight 28M)
Registration G-BGJL, c/n 22033/743 built in 1981. The subject of the episode, British AirtoursFlight 28M experienced an engine failure and fire while taking off from Manchester International Airport on 22 August 1985. The pilots aborted the takeoff and pulled off the runway while the fire produced poisonous smoke in the aircraft. 54 of the passengers died, mostly due to smoke inhalation.
Same aircraft in other works at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. G-BGJL Boeing 737-236/Advanced River Orrin of British Airtours (CGI).
Reg. G-BGJL Boeing 737-236/Advanced River Orrin of British Airtours (CGI).
Reg. G-BGJL Boeing 737-236/Advanced River Orrin of British Airtours (CGI).
Reg. G-BGJL Boeing 737-236/Advanced River Orrin of British Airtours (CGI).

Boeing 737-236/Advanced

Ep. 9.01 Panic on the Runway (British Airtours Flight 28M)
Registration G-BGJL, c/n 22033/743 built in 1981. The subject of the episode, British Airtours Flight 28M experienced an engine failure and fire while taking off from Manchester International Airport on 22 August 1985. The pilots aborted the takeoff and pulled off the runway while the fire produced poisonous smoke in the aircraft. 54 of the passengers died, mostly due to smoke inhalation.

Reg. G-BGJL Boeing 737-236/Advanced River Orrin of British Airtours.
Reg. G-BGJL Boeing 737-236/Advanced River Orrin of British Airtours.
Reg. G-BGJL Boeing 737-236/Advanced River Orrin of British Airtours.
Reg. G-BGJL Boeing 737-236/Advanced River Orrin of British Airtours.
Reg. G-BGJL Boeing 737-236/Advanced River Orrin of British Airtours.

Airbus A320

Ep. 9.01 Panic on the Runway (British Airtours Flight 28M)
An A320 of Thomas Cook at the terminal, with a business jet in the background (CL-600?) At Manchester International Airport.

Airbus A320 of Thomas Cook Airlines.

Boeing 737-236

Ep. 9.01 Panic on the Runway (British Airtours Flight 28M)

Boeing 737-236 of British Airtours.

Boeing 747-237B (CGI)

Ep. 9.01 Panic on the Runway (British Airtours Flight 28M)
Registration VT-EFO, c/n 21473/330 built in 1978. Shown during a sequence of aviation incidents that occurred during 1985. Air India Flight 182, subject of episode 5.07.

Reg. VT-EFO Boeing 747-237B Emperor Kanishka of Air India (CGI).
Reg. VT-EFO Boeing 747-237B Emperor Kanishka of Air India (CGI).
Reg. VT-EFO Boeing 747-237B Emperor Kanishka of Air India (CGI).

Lockheed L-1011-385-1 TriStar 1 (CGI)

Ep. 9.01 Panic on the Runway (British Airtours Flight 28M)
Registration N726DA, c/n 1163 built in 1979. Shown during a sequence of aviation incidents that occurred during 1985. Delta Air Lines Flight 191, subject of episode 5.03.

Reg. N726DA Lockheed L-1011-385-1 Tristar 1 of Delta Air Lines (CGI).
Reg. N726DA Lockheed L-1011-385-1 Tristar 1 of Delta Air Lines (CGI).

Boeing 747SR-46 (CGI)

Ep. 9.01 Panic on the Runway (British Airtours Flight 28M)
Registration JA8119, c/n 20783/230 built in 1974. Shown during a sequence of aviation incidents that occurred during 1985. Japan Airlines Flight 123, subject of episode 3.04.

Reg. JA8119 Boeing 747SR-46 of JAL-Japan Airlines (CGI).
Reg. JA8119 Boeing 747SR-46 of JAL-Japan Airlines (CGI).
Reg. JA8119 Boeing 747SR-46 of JAL-Japan Airlines (CGI).
Reg. JA8119 Boeing 747SR-46 of JAL-Japan Airlines (CGI).

Various Aircraft

Ep. 9.01 Panic on the Runway (British Airtours Flight 28M)
A view of the British Airtours plane from the terminal, with several airliners in the foreground. Left to right: Boeing 737-200 of Orion Airways, Boeing 737-200 of Dan-Air London, BAC One-Eleven of Dan-Air London, registration G-BLKC c/n 23061 built in 1985 Boeing 737-3T5 of Orion Airways, and registration G-AVRL, c/n 19709/38 built in 1968 Boeing 737-204 of Britannia Airways.

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Convair 880

Ep. 9.01 Panic on the Runway (British Airtours Flight 28M)
Looks like a Convair 880 with TWA's livery, but I can't find any record of such an incident.

Convair 880 of TWA-Trans World Airlines.

Hawker Siddeley HS.121 Trident

Ep. 9.01 Panic on the Runway (British Airtours Flight 28M)
Used to test aircraft evacuation.

Hawker Siddeley HS.121 Trident of British Airways.
Hawker Siddeley HS.121 Trident of British Airways.

Boeing 737-3B7 & Swearingen SA227-AC Metro III

Ep. 9.01 Panic on the Runway (British Airtours Flight 28M)
USAir Flight 1493 / SkyWest Flight 569, which collided on the runway at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX/KLAX) on 1 February 1991. Subject of ep. 9.04.

Reg. N388US Boeing 737-3B7 of USAir and Reg. N683AV Swearingen SA227-AC Metro III of SkyWest Airlines.
Reg. N388US Boeing 737-3B7 of USAir and Reg. N683AV Swearingen SA227-AC Metro III of SkyWest Airlines.

Airbus A340-313X

Ep. 9.01 Panic on the Runway (British Airtours Flight 28M)
Registration F-GLZQ, c/n 289 built in 1999. Air France Flight 358 ran off the runway at Toronto Pearson International Airport on 2 August 2005. All passengers survived.

Reg. F-GLZQ Airbus A340-313X of Air France (CGI).
Reg. F-GLZQ Airbus A340-313X of Air France.
Reg. F-GLZQ Airbus A340-313X of Air France.

Airbus A320-111

Ep 9.03 Pilot vs. Plane
Reg. F-GFKC, c/n 009 built in 1988.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. F-GFKC Airbus A320-111 of Air France.

Some CGI shots too.

Reg. F-GFKC Airbus A320-111 of Air France.

Eurocopter MBB BO-105

Ep 9.03 Pilot vs. Plane
Tail fin of Air France's Airbus A320 behind the tree (registration F-GFKC, main subject of the episode).

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Piper PA-18 Super Cub

Ep 9.03 Pilot vs. Plane

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Douglas A-4M Skyhawk

Ep 9.03 Pilot vs. Plane
Brazil, Argentina or RNZAF ?

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Airbus A300B4-203F

Ep 9.03 Pilot vs. Plane

Airbus A300B4-203F of DHL Aviation.

Airbus A310-300

Ep 9.03 Pilot vs. Plane

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Boeing 767

Ep 9.03 Pilot vs. Plane

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Boeing 737-300

Ep 9.03 Pilot vs. Plane

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Douglas A-1 Skyraider

Ep 9.03 Pilot vs. Plane

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Deperdussin Monocoque

Ep 9.03 Pilot vs. Plane
Reg. F-AZAR replica built by Salis in 1980 as a Deperdussin GB 1913 P.

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American Toy ?

Ep 9.03 Pilot vs. Plane

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Airbus A320-232

Ep 9.03 Pilot vs. Plane

Airbus A320-232 of China Southern Airlines.

Airbus A320-214

Ep 9.03 Pilot vs. Plane

Airbus A320-214 of US Airways.

Boeing 747-230B

Ep 9.05 Target is Destroyed
Registration HL7442, c/n 20559/186. Shot down by Soviets near Sakhalin islands on 1.9.83.

Reg.HL7442 Boeing 747-230B of Korean Air.
Cabin of Boeing 747-230B of Korean Air.

Boeing 747-131

Ep 9.05 Target is Destroyed

Boeing 747-131 of TWA-Trans World Airlines.

Airbus A340

Ep 9.05 Target is Destroyed

Airbus A340.

Antonov An-26

Ep 9.05 Target is Destroyed

Antonov An-26.

Boeing 737-7H4

Ep 9.05 Target is Destroyed
Registration N427WN, c/n 29831/1119.

Reg.N427WN Boeing 737-7H4 of Southwest Airlines.
Reg.N427WN Boeing 737-7H4 of Southwest Airlines.

Boeing RC-135V Rivet Joint

Ep 9.05 Target is Destroyed

Reg.64-846 Boeing RC-135V Rivet Joint of th US Air Force.
Reg.64-846 Boeing RC-135V Rivet Joint of th US Air Force.
Reg.64-846 Boeing RC-135V Rivet Joint of th US Air Force.

Boeing E-3 Sentry

Ep 9.05 Target is Destroyed
In the background, under the black radome.

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Bell 412

Ep 9.05 Target is Destroyed

Bell 412.

McDonnell Douglas C-9B Skytrain II

Ep 9.05 Target is Destroyed

McDonnell Douglas C-9B Skytrain II of the USAF.

Boeing 757-200

Ep 9.05 Target is Destroyed
A Boeing 757 with its registration ending by UE; already seen in Ep. 5.08 Mixed Signals.

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Unidentified Aircraft

Ep 9.05 Target is Destroyed
Probably the gun muzzle of a North American FJ-2 Fury (I don't think a soviet fighter has such one).

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Unidentified Aircraft

Ep 9.05 Target is Destroyed
Mig 19 or Sukhoï Su 7 ?

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ATR 42

Ep 9.05 Target is Destroyed
The investigation's second life : a new start occured in 1993 at Paris (note the french flag along the wall). Perhaps an ATR model on the desk ?

ATR 42.

Ilyushin Il-14

Ep 9.05 Target is Destroyed

Ilyushin Il-14 Red 17.
Ilyushin Il-14 Red 17.

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-23 ML

Ep 9.05 Target is Destroyed
MiG-23ML Yellow 70 seen in other documentaries at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

MiG-23ML Yellow 70.
MiG-23ML Yellow 70.

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-23BN

Ep 9.05 Target is Destroyed
Or Mig 27 (both dedicated to ground attack).

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Sukhoi Su-15TM

Ep 9.05 Target is Destroyed

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A CGI of the cockpit.

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A CGI of the cannon fire as warning shot.

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Another CGI view of Red 17.

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Sukhoi Su-20

Ep 9.05 Target is Destroyed

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Sukhoi Su-7UM/UMK

Ep 9.05 Target is Destroyed
The both open canopies in the background are those of this trainer.

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Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21

Ep 9.05 Target is Destroyed
Seen in the background of the departure of the Sukhoi Su-20.
(missing screenshot)

Grumman G-73T Turbo Mallard

Ep. 9.08 Cracks in the System (Chalk's Ocean Airways Flight 101)
At Miami Seaplane Base.

Grumman G-73T Turbo Mallard of Chalk's Ocean Airways.
Grumman G-73T Turbo Mallard of Chalk's Ocean Airways.

Grumman G-73T Turbine Mallard registration N2969 built in 1947 s/n J-27; crashed off Florida coast on 19 December 2005.

Reg. N2969 Grumman G-73T Turbo Mallard of Chalk's Ocean Airways.

Eurocopter HH-65 Dolphin

Ep. 9.08 Cracks in the System (Chalk's Ocean Airways Flight 101)

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Fokker F.VIIb/3m

Ep. 9.08 Cracks in the System (Chalk's Ocean Airways Flight 101)

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Same aircraft seen in other movies - IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

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Grumman G-21A Goose

Ep. 9 .08 Cracks in the System (Chalk's Ocean Airways Flight 101)

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Reg. N95467 Grumman G-21A Goose (c/n 1161) built in 1942. Same aircraft in other works at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. N95467 Grumman G-21A Goose of Antilles Air Boats.

Douglas World Cruiser

Ep. 9.08 Cracks in the System (Chalk's Ocean Airways Flight 101)

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Fairchild-Swearingen SA226-TC Metro II

Ep. 9.08 Cracks in the System (Chalk's Ocean Airways Flight 101)

Fairchild-Swearingen SA226-TC Metro II on the right.

Bell 222

Ep. 9 .08 Cracks in the System (Chalk's Ocean Airways Flight 101)

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Season Ten

Eurocopter EC135T-2

Ep.10.06 Who's In Control? (Turkish Airlines Flight 1951)
Reg. PH-ULP Eurocopter EC135T-2 c/n 0376 of ANWB.

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Boeing 737-8F2

Ep.10.06 Who's In Control? (Turkish Airlines Flight 1951)
Registration TC-JGE, c/n 29789/1065.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg.TC-JGE Boeing 737-8F2 of Turkish Airlines.

Boeing 737-319

Ep.10.06 Who's In Control? (Turkish Airlines Flight 1951)

Boeing 737-319 of Air New Zealand.

Boeing 737-7CT

Ep.10.06 Who's In Control? (Turkish Airlines Flight 1951)

Boeing 737-7CT of WestJet.

Boeing 777-236ER

Ep.10.06 Who's In Control? (Turkish Airlines Flight 1951)
Registration G-YMMM, c/n 30314/342 built in 2001.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg.G-YMMM Boeing 777-236ER of British Airways.
Reg.G-YMMM Boeing 777-236ER of British Airways.

McDonnell Douglas MD-82

Ep.10.06 Who's In Control? (Turkish Airlines Flight 1951)
Scandinavian Airlines seen in the middle of the British Airlines Flight 38 story (!).

McDonnell Douglas MD-82 of SAS-Scandinavian Airlines.

Lockheed L-1011-385-1 Tristar 1

Ep.10.06 Who's In Control? (Turkish Airlines Flight 1951)
Reg. N726DA Lockheed L-1011 TriStar c/n 1163 Delta Air Lines Flight 191 (subject of Ep. 3, Season 5).
Seen again in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg.N726DA Lockheed L-1011-385-1 Tristar 1 of Delta Air Lines.

Boeing 737-406 & Airbus A330-203

Ep.10.06 Who's In Control? (Turkish Airlines Flight 1951)

Boeing 737-406 and Airbus A330-203 of KLM-Royal Dutch Airlines.

Boeing 777-206ER

Ep.10.06 Who's In Control? (Turkish Airlines Flight 1951)
Registration PH-BQI,c/n 33714/497.

Reg.PH-BQI Boeing 777-206ER of KLM-Royal Dutch Airlines.

Boeing 747-436

Ep.10.06 Who's In Control? (Turkish Airlines Flight 1951)

Boeing 747-436 of British Airways.

Boeing 737-823

Ep.10.06 Who's In Control? (Turkish Airlines Flight 1951)
Registration N940AN c/n 30598 built in 2000.

Reg.N940AN Boeing 737-823 of American Airlines.

Airbus A321-111

Ep.10.06 Who's In Control? (Turkish Airlines Flight 1951)
Airbus A321 of Swiss International Air Lines which registration ends by ...C (HB-IOC (c/n 520)?).

Airbus A321-111 of Swiss International Air Lines.

Boeing 737-838

Ep.10.06 Who's In Control? (Turkish Airlines Flight 1951)
Sydney Airport Control Tower with a Boeing 737 of Quantas.

Boeing 737-838 of Qantas.

Bombardier CRJ100ER

Ep.10.06 Who's In Control? (Turkish Airlines Flight 1951)
Bombardier CRJ100/200 of Air Canada Jazz near the old Calgary International Airport Tower (which has been dismantled during summer 2014).

Bombardier CRJ100ER of Air Canada Jazz.

Boeing 777

Ep.10.06 Who's In Control? (Turkish Airlines Flight 1951)

Boeing 777 of American Airlines.

Boeing 757-223

Ep.10.06 Who's In Control? (Turkish Airlines Flight 1951)

Boeing 757-223 of American Airlines.

De Havilland Canada DHC-8-100 or DHC-8-200

Ep.10.06 Who's In Control? (Turkish Airlines Flight 1951)
(at right) Short version 100 or 200 of the Dash 8. Several airlines use black / dark rudder and tail with tail's foot of the same color on a white fuselage and wings and engine's nacelles. Perhaps a thin line of the same dark color under the fuselage ... it could be various airlines (Olympic, Air Ontario, Southern Winds, ...).

De Havilland Canada DHC-7 Dash 7.

Unidentified Aircraft

Ep.10.06 Who's In Control? (Turkish Airlines Flight 1951)
Gulfstream ?

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Boeing 757-23A

Ep.10.06 Who's In Control? (Turkish Airlines Flight 1951)
Reg. N52AW, c/n 25489/505. Boeing 757 of Aeroperú Flight 603 subject of Episode 4 (Season 1).

Reg.N52AW Boeing 757-23A of AeroPerú.

Boeing 757-223

Ep.10.06 Who's In Control? (Turkish Airlines Flight 1951)
Registration N651AA, 24609/390. Boeing 757-223 of American Airlines Flight 965 subject of Episode 5 (Season 2).

Reg.N651AA Boeing 757-223 of American Airlines.

Boeing 777-200

Ep.10.06 Who's In Control? (Turkish Airlines Flight 1951)
Reg. N7771 Boeing 777-200 prototype c/n 27116/1.

Reg.N7771 Boeing 777-200 prototype of the Boeing Compagny.

Airbus A320-211

Ep.10.06 Who's In Control? (Turkish Airlines Flight 1951)
Airbus A320-211 (or 214 ?) of Air Canada.

Airbus A320-211 of Air Canada.

Boeing 777

Ep.10.06 Who's In Control? (Turkish Airlines Flight 1951)

Boieng 777.

Season Eleven

Airbus A340

Ep. 11.01 Deadly Reputation (TAM Airlines Flight 3054)

Airbus A340 of Virgin Atlantic Airways.

Airbus A320-233 (CGI)

Ep. 11.01 Deadly Reputation (TAM Airlines Flight 3054)
Registration PR-MBK, c/n 789 built in 1998. TAM Airlines Flight 3054 overran runway 35L at Congonhas-São Paulo Airport during heavy rain and crashed into a nearby TAM Express warehouse adjacent to a Shell filling station on 17 July 2007, killing all 187 passengers and crew and 12 people on the ground.

Reg. PR-MBK Airbus A320-233 of TAM Airlines (CGI).
Reg. PR-MBK Airbus A320-233 of TAM Airlines (CGI).
Reg. PR-MBK Airbus A320-233 of TAM Airlines (CGI).

Left thrust reverser activated.

Reg. PR-MBK Airbus A320-233 of TAM Airlines (CGI).
Reg. PR-MBK Airbus A320-233 of TAM Airlines (CGI).

Airbus A320-233

Ep. 11.01 Deadly Reputation (TAM Airlines Flight 3054)
Registration PR-MBK, c/n 789 built in 1998. Footage of the crashsite.

Reg. PR-MBK Airbus A320-233 of TAM Airlines.
Reg. PR-MBK Airbus A320-233 of TAM Airlines.

Security footage of the landing.

Reg. PR-MBK Airbus A320-233 of TAM Airlines.

Various Aircraft

Ep. 11.01 Deadly Reputation (TAM Airlines Flight 3054)
Foreground to background: Registration PR-MBN Airbus A319-132 of TAM Airlines; registration PR-MHN Airbus A320-214 ofTAM Airlines; Airbus A320 of Avianca; registration PT-TMD Airbus A319-132 of TAM Airlines; registration PT-MZB Airbus A319-132 of TAM Airlines; registration PR-GIN Boeing 737-73V of Gol Transportes Aéreos.

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On the right: 4 Boeing 737s of Gol Transportes Aéreos, Boeing 737 of VARIG, Airbus A320 of TAM Airlines. Another Boeing 737 of Gol Transportes Aéreos taxiing.

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Boeing 737

Ep. 11.01 Deadly Reputation (TAM Airlines Flight 3054)

Boeing 737-8EH

Ep. 11.01 Deadly Reputation (TAM Airlines Flight 3054)
Registration PR-VBG, c/n 35066/2700 built in 2008.

Reg.PR-VBG Boeing 737-8EH of Varig.

Airbus A319-132

Ep. 11.01 Deadly Reputation (TAM Airlines Flight 3054)
Registration PT-MZB, c/n 1010 built in 1999.

Reg. PT-MZB Airbus A319-132 of TAM Airlines.
Reg. PT-MZB Airbus A319-132 of TAM Airlines.
Reg. PT-MZB Airbus A319-132 of TAM Airlines.

Boeing 737-322

Ep. 11.01 Deadly Reputation (TAM Airlines Flight 3054)
Registration PR-GLI, c/n 23955/1550 built in 1988.

Reg. PR-GLI Boeing 737-322 of Gol Transportes Aéreos.

Boeing 737

Ep. 11.01 Deadly Reputation (TAM Airlines Flight 3054)

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Various Aircraft

Ep. 11.01 Deadly Reputation (TAM Airlines Flight 3054)

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ATR 42-300

Ep. 11.01 Deadly Reputation (TAM Airlines Flight 3054)
Registration PT-MFK, c/n 225 built in 1991. Overran runway 35L at Congonhas-São Paulo Airport on 16 June 2007, the day before TAM Flight 3054.

Reg. PT-MFK ATR 42-300 of Pantanal Linhas Aéreas.

Boeing 737-46B

Ep. 11.01 Deadly Reputation (TAM Airlines Flight 3054)
Registration PR-BRC, c/n 25262/2088 built in 1991. Hydroplaned and overran runway 35L at Congonhas-São Paulo Airport on 22 May 2006.

Reg. PR-BRC Boeing 737-46B of BRA Transportes Aéreos.
Reg. PR-BRC Boeing 737-46B of BRA Transportes Aéreos.
Reg. PR-BRC Boeing 737-46B of BRA Transportes Aéreos.
Reg. PR-BRC Boeing 737-46B of BRA Transportes Aéreos.

Boeing 737-8EH(WL)

Ep. 11.01 Deadly Reputation (TAM Airlines Flight 3054)
Registration PR-GTY, c/n 34273/2464 built in 2007.

Reg. PR-GTY Boeing 737-8EH(WL) of Gol Transportes Aéreos.

Boeing 737

Ep. 11.01 Deadly Reputation (TAM Airlines Flight 3054)

Boeing 737-73V

Ep. 11.01 Deadly Reputation (TAM Airlines Flight 3054)
Registration PR-VBO, c/n 30247/1066 built in 2002.

Reg. PR-VBO Boeing 737-73V of Gol Transportes Aéreos.
Reg. PR-VBO Boeing 737-73V of Gol Transportes Aéreos.

Airbus A320

Ep. 11.01 Deadly Reputation (TAM Airlines Flight 3054)

Airbus A320 of TAM Airlines.
Airbus A320 of TAM Airlines.
Airbus A320 of TAM Airlines.

Airbus A320-214

Ep. 11.01 Deadly Reputation (TAM Airlines Flight 3054)
Registration RP-C3222, c/n 708 built in 1997. Philippine Airlines Flight 137 overshot the runway while landing at Bacolod City Domestic Airport on 22 March 1998, killing 3 people on the ground.

Reg. RP-C3222 Airbus A320-214 of Philippine Airlines.

Airbus A320-231

Ep. 11.01 Deadly Reputation (TAM Airlines Flight 3054)
Registration N635AW, c/n 092 built in 1990. America West Airlines Flight 794 veered off the runway at Phoenix-Sky Harbor International Airport on 28 August 2002 due to irregular power settings, a similar reason as TAM Flight 3054.

Reg. N635AW Airbus A320-231 of America West Airlines.

Airbus A320-232

Ep. 11.01 Deadly Reputation (TAM Airlines Flight 3054)
Registration B-22310, c/n 791 built in 1998. TransAsia Airways Flight 536 rolled off the runway during landing 321 feet from the end of runway 10 at Taipei Songshan Airport on 18 October 2004, due to a thrust reverser malfunction.

Reg. B-22310 Airbus A320-232 of TransAsia Airways.

Pilatus PC-12

Ep. 11.01 Deadly Reputation (TAM Airlines Flight 3054)
In front of the hangar across the runway.

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IAI 1125 Astra

Ep. 11.06 Turning Point (Northwest Airlines Flight 85)
Most likely the same one seen in episodes 5.08 and 5.10.

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Boeing 747-451

Ep. 11.06 Turning Point (Northwest Airlines Flight 85)

Boeing 747-451 of NWA-Northwest Airlines.

Boeing 747-428F/SCD

Ep. 11.06 Turning Point (Northwest Airlines Flight 85)

Boeing 747-428F/SCD of Air France Cargo.

Boeing 747-400F

Ep. 11.06 Turning Point (Northwest Airlines Flight 85)
Reg. N6005C prototype of the Boeing 747-400F (c/n 25632/968).

Reg.N6005C prototype of the Boeing 747-400F.

Boeing 747-2B5F/SCD & McDonnell Douglas DC-9

Ep. 11.07 Bad Attitude (Korean Air Cargo Flight 8509)

Boeing 747-2B5F/SCD of Korean Air Cargo and McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 of Air Canada.

Boeing 737-236/Advanced

Ep. 11.07 Bad Attitude (Korean Air Cargo Flight 8509)

Boeing 737-236/Advanced of British Airways Comair Ltd.

Airbus A320-214

Ep. 11.07 Bad Attitude (Korean Air Cargo Flight 8509)
Registration VP-BWE, c/n 2133 of Aeroflot-Russian Airlines christenized Н. Римский-Корсаков (N. Rimsky-Korsakov).

Reg.VP-BWE Airbus A320-214 N. Rimsky-Korsakov of Aeroflot-Russian Airlines.

Boeing 747-236BM & Boeing 747-273C

Ep. 11.07 Bad Attitude (Korean Air Cargo Flight 8509)

Boeing 747-236BM of British Airways and Boeing 747-273C of Korean Air Cargo.

Boeing 747-4B5

Registration HL7491 c/n 27341/1037.

Reg.HL7491 Boeing 747-4B5 of Korean Air.

Airbus A300B4-622R

Ep. 11.07 Bad Attitude (Korean Air Cargo Flight 8509)

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Seen another time just before the final credits.

Airbus A300B4-622R of Korean Air.

Curtiss F11C-2 Goshawk & Nieuport 28 & Fokker D.VII

Ep. 11.07 Bad Attitude (Korean Air Cargo Flight 8509)
Behind the investigator, some pictures of former Renwal artboxes. The upper one is the Curtiss F11C-2 Goshawk of LTT Selligman (ref. 282.149) and bottom is the ref. 280.149 (about Captain Rickenbacker's Nieuport 28 dogfighting with the Fokker).

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Airco DH.2

Ep. 11.07 Bad Attitude (Korean Air Cargo Flight 8509)
Another picture used on Renwal's boxart, the reference 281 about de Havilland D.H. 2 (with Rickenbacker's Nieuport 28 upper it).

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De Havilland Canada DHC-4 Caribou

Ep. 11.07 Bad Attitude (Korean Air Cargo Flight 8509)

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Lockheed F-16C Fighting Falcon

Ep. 11.07 Bad Attitude (Korean Air Cargo Flight 8509)

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Boeing 757-222

Ep. 11.10 I'm The Problem (Pacific Southwest Airlines Flight 1771)
First and last pictures of the episode but in fact same take.

Boeing 757-222 of United Airlines.
Boeing 757-222 of United Airlines.

Unidentified Aircraft

Ep. 11.10 I'm The Problem (Pacific Southwest Airlines Flight 1771)

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Boeing 737

Ep. 11.10 I'm The Problem (Pacific Southwest Airlines Flight 1771)

Boeing 737 of Southwest Airlines.

Boeing 767-223

Ep. 11.10 I'm The Problem (Pacific Southwest Airlines Flight 1771)

Boeing 767-223 of American Airlines.

Boeing 767-222

United Airlines Flight 175 Boeing 767-200ER.Same footage seen in IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. N612UA Boeing 767-222 of United Airlines.

British Aerospace BAe 146-200

Ep. 11.10 I'm The Problem (Pacific Southwest Airlines Flight 1771)

DDLC S11E10 BAe146-200 CIMG7586.jpg

PSA Airlines.

British Aerospace BAe 146-200 of PSA-Pacific Southwest Airlines.

British Aerospace BAe 146-200A & Beechcraft Baron

Ep. 11.10 I'm The Problem (Pacific Southwest Airlines Flight 1771)
On the taxiway is BAe 146-200A of AirCal with a small Beechcraft Baron on the tarmac.

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McDonnell Douglas MD-82

Ep. 11.10 I'm The Problem (Pacific Southwest Airlines Flight 1771)
Northwest Airlines Flight 255, subject of Ep. 9.2. Registration N312RC, c/n 48090/1040 built in 1981.

Reg. N312RC McDonnell Douglas MD-82 of Northwest Airlines.

Sukhoi Su-15TM

Ep. 11.10 I'm The Problem (Pacific Southwest Airlines Flight 1771)
Look at KAL 007 (Ep. 9.5).

DDLC S11E10 Su-15TM CIMG7588.jpg

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10

Ep. 11.10 I'm The Problem (Pacific Southwest Airlines Flight 1771)
Flight 981 Turkish Airlines, subject of Ep. 5.1. Registration TC-JAV, c/n

Reg. TC-JAV McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10 of THY - Türk Hava Yollari (Turkish Airlines).

Boeing 747-419 & Boeing 737-3A4

Ep. 11.10 I'm The Problem (Pacific Southwest Airlines Flight 1771)
Same take used again in Ep. 12.6.
With a Boeing 737 of American Airlines in the background.

Boeing 747-419 of Air New Zealand and Boeing 737-3A4 of American Airlines.

Season Twelve

British Aerospace BAe 146-100

Ep 12.05 "Blind Landing" (TANS Perú Flight 204)

British Aerospace BAe 146 of StarPerú.

Boeing 737-282/Adv

Ep 12.05 "Blind Landing" (TANS Perú Flight 204)

Boeing 737-282/Adv in the old livery of TANS Perú.

Fokker 60 MPA

Ep 12.05 "Blind Landing" (TANS Perú Flight 204)
Probably a Fokker 60 MPA of the Peruvian Navy.

DDLC-S12E5 Fokker-50 CIMG7423.jpg

Apron

Ep 12.05 "Blind Landing" (TANS Perú Flight 204)
Two twins and an orange single engine general aviation aircrafts.

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Boeing 737-244 Advanced

Ep 12.05 "Blind Landing" (TANS Perú Flight 204)
registration OB-1809-P, c/n 22580/787 built in 1981. A CGI of the crashed plane, in the last paint scheme of TANS Perú.

Reg. OB-1809-P Boeing 737-244 Advanced of TANS Perú.

Bell UH-1H Iroquois

Ep 12.05 "Blind Landing" (TANS Perú Flight 204)

DDLC-S12E5 UH-1H CIMG7426.jpg

Boeing 737-3T0

Ep 12.05 "Blind Landing" (TANS Perú Flight 204)
Registration N75356, c/n 23838/1505. CGI of TACA Flight 110, which on 24 May 1988 experienced a dual engine flameout. Its pilots made a successful deadstick landing on a grass levee, with no one aboard sustaining more than minor injuries.

Reg. N75356 Boeing 737-3T0 of TACA International Airlines.
Reg. N75356 Boeing 737-3T0 of TACA International Airlines.

CFM-56 engine

Ep 12.05 "Blind Landing" (TANS Perú Flight 204)

CFM-56 engine on test.

Mikoyan MiG-29

Ep 12.05 "Blind Landing" (TANS Perú Flight 204)

Mikoyan MiG-29 blue 67.

Sukhoi Su-27

Ep 12.05 "Blind Landing" (TANS Perú Flight 204)
Eritrean ones ?

DDLC-S12E5 SU-27-Eritrean CIMG7431.jpg

Boeing 737 & McDonnell Douglas DC-9

Ep 12.05 "Blind Landing" (TANS Perú Flight 204)
A Douglas DC-9 (or MD-80/81/82) landing in front of a Boeing 737 of China Airlines.

Boeing 737 of China Airlines and McDonnell Douglas DC-9.

Lockheed L-1011-385-1 TriStar

Ep 12.05 "Blind Landing" (TANS Perú Flight 204)
Registration N726DA, c/n 1163 built in 1979. CGI of Delta Air Lines Flight 191 on 2 August 1985. Same aircraft in other works at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. N726DA Lockheed L-1011-385-1 TriStar of Delta Air Lines.

Lockheed L-1011-385-1-14 TriStar 150

Ep 12.05 "Blind Landing" (TANS Perú Flight 204)
Picture broadcasted without comments.
Lockheed L-1011-385-1-14 TriStar 150 registration C-FTNA of Air Transat. Built in 1972 ; damaged by hails on climb out from Lyon - Satolas (Saint-Exupery Airport) (LYS / LFLL), France on 6 July 2001. The crew returned to Lyon, landed safely and the old plane never flew again.

Lockheed L-1011-385-1-14 TriStar 150 of Air Transat.

Douglas DC-7 Mainliner

Ep. 12.6 Grand Canyon Disaster (1956 Grand Canyon mid-air collision)
Reg. N6324C, c/n 44288/540 built in 1955.

Reg. N6324C Douglas DC-7 Mainliner of United Air Lines.
Reg. N6324C Douglas DC-7 Mainliner of United Air Lines.

Wright 3350 engines on a Douglas DC-7.

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Lockheed L-1049G Super Constellation

Ep. 12.6 Grand Canyon Disaster (1956 Grand Canyon mid-air collision)
Lockheed L-1049 Super Constellation similar to TWA02 flight involved in the collision.

Lockheed L-1049G Super Constellation of TWA-Trans World Airlines.

Lockheed L-1049 Super Constellation

Ep. 12.6 Grand Canyon Disaster (1956 Grand Canyon mid-air collision)

Lockheed L-1049 Super Constellation of TWA-Trans World Airlines.

Lockheed L-749 Constellation

Ep. 12.6 Grand Canyon Disaster (1956 Grand Canyon mid-air collision)

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Douglas DC-3

Ep. 12.6 Grand Canyon Disaster (1956 Grand Canyon mid-air collision)

Douglas DC-3 of United Air Lines.

Globe GC-1B Swift

Ep. 12.6 Grand Canyon Disaster (1956 Grand Canyon mid-air collision)
Co-pilot on the United Airlines Flight 718, Robert Harms was a former pilot during WW2 and has his own private aircraft. Here in front of a Globe GC-1B Swift.

DDLC-S12E6 Robert-Harms CIMG7441.jpg

Douglas DC-6B & Boeing 377-10-30 Stratocruiser & Vickers 757 Viscount

Ep. 12.6 Grand Canyon Disaster (1956 Grand Canyon mid-air collision)
Behind Douglas DC-6 (Registraion N90760, c/n 43272/90 on the left), a Boeing 377 Stratocruiser on the left edge and a Vickers 757 Viscount (full center). In the distance, another Boeing 377 and a Lockheed Constellation

Reg. N90760 Douglas DC-6B of American Airlines, Boeing 377-10-30 Stratocruiser of Northwest Orient Airlines, Vickers 757 Viscount of TCA-Trans-Canada Air Lines.

Piper PA-18 Super Cub

Ep. 12.6 Grand Canyon Disaster (1956 Grand Canyon mid-air collision)

DDLC-S12E6 Piper L-18 CIMG7448.jpg

Piasecki H-21 Workhorse

Ep. 12.6 Grand Canyon Disaster (1956 Grand Canyon mid-air collision)

Piasecki H-21 Workhorse of the U.S. Army.

Aero Commander YL-26A

Ep. 12.6 "Grand Canyon Disaster " (1956 Grand Canyon mid-air collision)
Hidden by the Piasecki H-21 Workhorse and the left rescuer, one of the three Aero Commander 520 evaluated by the U.S. Army itself hides the barrack.

USAF Aero Commander YL-26A.

Grumman G-44 Widgeon

Ep. 12.6 "Grand Canyon Disaster " (1956 Grand Canyon mid-air collision)

DDLC-S12E6 Grumman G-44 CIMG7455.jpg

De Havilland Canada U-1A Otter

Ep. 12.6 "Grand Canyon Disaster " (1956 Grand Canyon mid-air collision)

De Havilland Canada U-1A Otter of U.S. Army.

Bombardier CRJ900

Ep. 12.6 Grand Canyon Disaster (1956 Grand Canyon mid-air collision)

Bombardier CRJ900 of NWA Airlink.
Bombardier CRJ900 of NWA Airlink.

Airbus A320-232

Ep. 12.6 "Grand Canyon Disaster " (1956 Grand Canyon mid-air collision)

Airbus A320-232 of Ted (United Airlines).

Boeing 747-200

Ep. 12.6 Grand Canyon Disaster (1956 Grand Canyon mid-air collision)

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Airbus A340-313 & Airbus A320-232

Ep. 12.6 Grand Canyon Disaster (1956 Grand Canyon mid-air collision)
With Airbuses A320 of British Airways in the background.

Airbus A340-313 of Air Jamaica and Airbus A320-232 of British Airways.

Boeing 757-23APF & Tupolev Tu-154M

Ep. 12.6 Grand Canyon Disaster (1956 Grand Canyon mid-air collision)
Mid-air collision between Bashkirian Airlines Flight 2937 (reg. RA-85816) and DHL Flight 611 (reg. A9C-DHL) on 1 July 2002. Subject of Ep. 2.4 "Deadly Crossroads". Same aircraft seen in other works at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. A9C-DHL Boeing 757-23APF of DHL (SNAS Aviation) and reg. RA-85816 Tupolev Tu-154M of Bashkirian Airlines.

Boeing 747-419

Ep. 12.6 Grand Canyon Disaster (1956 Grand Canyon mid-air collision)
Of Air New Zealand; a Boeing 747-419 or -441 or -475 ?

Boeing 747-419 of Air New Zealand.

Airbus A380-841

Ep. 12.6 Grand Canyon Disaster (1956 Grand Canyon mid-air collision)

Airbus A380-841 of Lufthansa.

Cessna 172

Ep. 12.6 Grand Canyon Disaster (1956 Grand Canyon mid-air collision)
A CGI of Cessna 172 Skyhawk registered N7711G.

DDLC-S12E6 C172 N7711G CIMG7466.jpg

Boeing 727-214

Ep. 12.6 Grand Canyon Disaster (1956 Grand Canyon mid-air collision)
On 25 September 1978, Boeing 727-214 (N533PS) collided with Cessna 172 Skyhawk registered N7711G.

Douglas DC-8-61

Ep. 12.8 Focused on Failure (United Airlines Flight 173)

Douglas DC-8-61 of United Airlines.

Douglas DC-8

Douglas DC-8.

McDonnell Douglas DC-9

Ep. 12.8 Focused on Failure (United Airlines Flight 173)

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Boeing 767-231/ER

Ep. 12.8 "Focused on Failure" (United Airlines Flight 173)

Boeing 767-231/ER of TWA-Trans World Airlines.

Fokker 100

Ep. 12.8 Focused on Failure (United Airlines Flight 173)
Reg. D-AFKE, c/n 11505. Fokker 100 for Lufthansa Flight 288 which was operated by Contact Air on 14 September 2009.

Reg. D-AFKE Fokker 100 of Contact Air Interregional.

Boeing 777-236ER

Ep. 12.8 Focused on Failure (United Airlines Flight 173)
Reg. G-YMMM Boeing 777-236ER of British Airways Flight 38 (17 January 2008). Episode 10.2 The Heathrow Enigma is dedicated to this accident.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.
First a CGI shot.

Reg. G-YMMM Boeing 777-236ER of British Airways.

Then a picture.

Reg. G-YMMM Boeing 777-236ER of British Airways.

Lockheed L-1011-385-1 TriStar

Ep. 12.8 Focused on Failure (United Airlines Flight 173)
Reg. N310EA, c/n 1011 built in 1972. Eastern Air Lines Flight 401; the subject of Fatal Distraction (Episode 5.09).

Reg. N310EA Lockheed L-1011-385-1 TriStar of Eastern Air Lines.

Boeing 747-121 & Boeing 747-206B

Ep. 12.8 Focused on Failure (United Airlines Flight 173)
A CGI of the Aeropuerto de Tenerife-Los Rodeos/Tenerife Los Rodeos Airport (TFN/GCXO) disaster. Featuring N736PA of Pan Am and PH-BUF of KLM.Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

DDLC-S12E8 Tenerife CIMG7394.jpg

Boeing 747SP-21

Ep. 12.8 "Focused on Failure" (United Airlines Flight 173)

Boeing 747SP-21 of United Airlines.

Boeing 757-222

Ep. 12.8 "Focused on Failure" (United Airlines Flight 173)

Boeing 757-222 of United Airlines.

Boeing 767-322/ER

Ep. 12.8 Focused on Failure (United Airlines Flight 173)

Boeing 767-322/ER of United Airlines.
Boeing 767-322/ER.

Yakovlev Yak-42D

Ep. 12.09 Lokomotiv Hockey Team Disaster (Lokomotiv Yaroslavl air disaster)
A CGI of the ill-fated transport of the Lokomotiv Yaroslavl professional ice hockey team.

Reg. RA-42434 Yakovlev Yak-42 of Yak-Service.

Reg. RA-42365 Yakovlev Yak-42D (c/n 4520424811447) of Aeroflot Plus.

Reg. RA-42365 Yakovlev Yak-42D of Aeroflot Plus.

Piaggio P.180 Avanti

Ep. 12.09 Lokomotiv Hockey Team Disaster (Lokomotiv Yaroslavl air disaster)

DDLC S12E9 Piaggio P180 CIMG7234.jpg

Boeing 747

Ep. 12.09 Lokomotiv Hockey Team Disaster (Lokomotiv Yaroslavl air disaster)
Registered in the USA.

DDLC S12E9 Boeing B747 CIMG7235.jpg

Tupolev Tu-134A-3

Ep. 12.09 Lokomotiv Hockey Team Disaster (Lokomotiv Yaroslavl air disaster)
Crash of the Tupolev Tu-134A-3 registered RA-65691.

Reg. RA-65691 Tupolev Tu-134A-3.

Unidentified Aircraft

Ep. 12.09 Lokomotiv Hockey Team Disaster (Lokomotiv Yaroslavl air disaster)

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Beechcraft 1900

Ep. 12.09 Lokomotiv Hockey Team Disaster (Lokomotiv Yaroslavl air disaster)

DDLC S12E9 Beech-1900 CIMG7238.jpg

Beechcraft 1900D

Ep. 12.09 Lokomotiv Hockey Team Disaster (Lokomotiv Yaroslavl air disaster)
Air Midwest Flight 5481 stalled and crashed on 8th January 2003 (subjet of Episode 5 Season 5).

Reg. N233YV Beechcraft 1900D of Air Midwest (CGI).

Beechcraft Super King Air & IAI-1125 Astra

Ep. 12.09 Lokomotiv Hockey Team Disaster (Lokomotiv Yaroslavl air disaster)
IAI Astra in the background.

DDLC S12E9 Beech-SKAir CIMG7240.jpg

Douglas DC-8-63CF

Ep. 12.09 Lokomotiv Hockey Team Disaster (Lokomotiv Yaroslavl air disaster)
Douglas DC-8-63CF of Arrow Air, Flight 1285 which crashed on 12 December 1985.

Douglas DC-8-63CF of Arrow Air.

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21UM

Ep. 12.09 Lokomotiv Hockey Team Disaster (Lokomotiv Yaroslavl air disaster)

DDLC S12E9 Mig-21UM CIMG7242.jpg

Yakovlev Yak-42

Ep. 12.09 Lokomotiv Hockey Team Disaster (Lokomotiv Yaroslavl air disaster)
Two Yakovlev Yak-42s with a third one on the right ?

Yakovlev Yak-42 of Aeroflot.

Reg. CCCP-42302 Yakovlev Yak-42 (c/n 427401004).
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. CCCP-42302 Yakovlev Yak-42 of Aeroflot.

Other registrations seen on an Yakovlev Yak-42 : CCCP-1975 (second airframe of the type).

Yakovlev Yak-40

Ep. 12.09 Lokomotiv Hockey Team Disaster (Lokomotiv Yaroslavl air disaster)
Reg. CCCP-87???.

Yakovlev Yak-40 of Aeroflot.

Tupolev TB-3

Ep. 12.10 Death of the President (2010 Polish Air Force Tu-154 crash)
Moscow flypast of the thirties.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

DDLC S12E10 TB-3 CIMG7542.jpg

Tupolev Tu-154M

Ep. 12.10 Death of the President (2010 Polish Air Force Tu-154 crash)
Reg. OM-BYO, c/n 89A803 of the Slovak Government.

Reg.OM-BYO Tupolev Tu-154M of Slovenska Republika.

Registration 101, c/n 90A837. CGI representing the airplane before the crash.

Reg.101 Tupolev Tu-154M of the 36 Specjalny Pułk Lotnictwa Transportowego - Rzeczpospolita Polska/Republic of Poland.

Undercarriage of the real aircraft on the crash site.

Reg.101 Tupolev Tu-154M of the 36 Specjalny Pułk Lotnictwa Transportowego - Rzeczpospolita Polska/Republic of Poland.

Boeing 727

Ep. 12.10 Death of the President (2010 Polish Air Force Tu-154 crash)
Upper part of this comparative shot.

DDLC S12E10 B-727 CIMG7544.jpg

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-23M

Ep. 12.10 Death of the President (2010 Polish Air Force Tu-154 crash)
Lost in the fog of Smolensk Airport, a Mig 23 M (red 15) gate gardian near the appron of the base (54°49'19"N 32°2'15"E).

Bottom right corner.

Ilyushin Il-76

Ep. 12.10 Death of the President (2010 Polish Air Force Tu-154 crash)
A line-up of Ilyushin Il-76s lost in the fog. The Mig 23M is on the right, outside this shot.

DDLC S12E10 IL-76 CIMG7547.jpg

Boeing 747-436

Ep. 12.10 Death of the President (2010 Polish Air Force Tu-154 crash)

Boeing 747-436 of British Airways.

Boeing 737-7L9 & Airbus A340-313 & Boeing 747-4D7

Ep. 12.10 Death of the President (2010 Polish Air Force Tu-154 crash)
Boeing 737-7L9 of Cimber Sterling in front of SAS A340 and 747 Thai Airways International airliner.

Boeing 737-7L9 of Cimber Sterling, Airbus A340-313 of SAS-Scandinavian Airlines, Boeing 747-4D7 of Thai Airways International.

Airbus A321-232

In the foreground.

Airbus A321-232 of SAS-Scandinavian Airlines.

Airbus A320-216

Airbus A320-216

Airbus A320-216 of Alitalia.

Boeing 737-436

Boeing 737-436 of British Airways.

Sukhoi Su-25

Ep. 12.10 Death of the President (2010 Polish Air Force Tu-154 crash)

DDLC S12E10 Su-25 CIMG7556.jpg

Season Thirteen

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