Flight (2012)

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Flight movie poster.

Movie (2012)

Starring:
Nadine Velazquez (Katerina Marquez)
Denzel Washington (Whip Whitaker)
Carter Cabassa (Son on Plane)
Adam C. Edwards (Father on Plane)
Tamara Tunie (Margaret Thomason)
Brian Geraghty (Ken Evans)

An airline pilot saves a flight from crashing, but an investigation into the malfunctions reveals something troubling.

Cessna 172R Skyhawk

Cessna 172R Skyhawk.

McDonnell Douglas MD-80

Fictional airline SouthJetAir.
Multiple MD-80 family aircraft were used in various shots. The crashsite consists of ex-Delta MD-88 (N901DL, c/n 49532) and ex-American MD-82 (N442AA, c/n 49468) [1]. Also used for interior shots were ex-Continental MD-81 (N16807, c/n 49261) and active Delta MD-88 (N937DL, c/n 49810). [2]. There were no winglets on DC-9/MD-80 Series, those has been made of wood. The pictures below shows a higly CGI modified variants of MD-80, shortened (almost) as a DC-9-41 variant (20 windows from front door to first emergency window. Should be 31 for instance on MD-88). Base livery ressembles the SAS-Scandinavian Airlines livery.

McDonnell Douglas MD-80 (CGI) in a very unlikely flight position.
McDonnell Douglas DC-9 (CGI).
Flight-BA 2.jpg

Boeing 767-300/ER & Others

Wide shot of the NE Apron at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Most likely Delta Air Lines aircraft with CGI liveries. Various aircraft on the ground.

Flight-BA 3.jpg


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