Falling from the Sky: Flight 174

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Falling from the Sky: Flight 174 poster.

TV Movie (1995)
French title : 767 en détresse

William Devane (Captain Robert Pearson)
Scott Hylands (First Officer Maurice Quintal)
Shelley Hack (Flight Attendant Lynn Brown)
Kevin McNulty (Senior Flight Attendant Larry Roberts)

True story of a brand-new Canadian airliner running out of fuel in-flight and forced to glide to the nearest airfield.

Boeing 737-200

Boeing 737-200 of Canadian Airlines.

De Havilland Canada DHC-7 'Dash 7' & Boeing 747SP-09

In the background left, tail fin of a Dash 7, and nose of a 747SP in the foreground right.
Registration B-1880, c/n 22298/445.

Reg.B-1880 Boeing 747SP-09 of Mandarin Airlines on the right, De Havilland DHC-7 'Dash 7' in the background.

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