Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

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Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas cover.

Video Game (2004)

The game is set in the semi-fictional state of San Andreas, which contains three metropolitan cities: Los Santos, based on Los Angeles, San Fierro, based on San Francisco and Las Venturas, based on Las Vegas. Set in 1992, San Andreas revolves around the gang member Carl "CJ" Johnson returning home from Liberty City to Los Santos, San Andreas, after learning of his mother's murder. CJ finds his old friends and family in disarray. Over the course of the game, CJ gradually unravels the plot behind his mother's murder.

Also from this series:

Grand Theft Auto IV

Note: This is a Video Game. Aircraft portrayed in this production may not be entirely accurate or represent an actual aircraft, however, where a reasonable depiction of an actual aircraft has been created, it has been identified as best as possible.

Sikorsky S-92 (modified)

Ingame name Cargobob. Similarities with a variety of aircraft including Sikorsky S-92/CH-53, Chinook and generic Eurocopter Fenestron tail.


McDonnell Douglas AH-64 Apache

Ingame name Hunter.


Sikorsky S-62

Ingame name Leviathan.


Bell 206 LongRanger

Ingame name Maverick.


Ingame name Police Maverick. Police version.


Bell 206 JetRanger

Ingame name News Chopper.

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Sikorsky S-70

Ingame name Raindance.


Bell 47G

Ingame name Sparrow.


Ingame name Sea Sparrow.


Lockheed C-141 Starlifter

Ingame name Andromada.


Boeing 737-400

Ingame name AT-400.


Britten-Norman BN-2 Islander

Ingame name Beagle.


Grumman G-164 Ag Cat

Ingame name Cropduster.


Cessna 150/152

Ingame name Dodo.


Hawker Siddeley Harrier

Ingame name Hydra. Very loose depiction, but significant similarities.


Douglas DC-3

Ingame name Nevada.


Curtiss P-40 Warhawk

Ingame name Rustler.


Learjet 55

In-game name Shamal.


Cessna 150G

Ingame name Skimmer.


Pitts Special

Ingame name Stuntplane


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