Gruz 200

Welcome to IMPDb!
Dedicated to identifying aircraft throughout Movies, Television, and Video Games!


Dear Friends:

As many of you have noticed, The Internet Movie Plan Database ( has recently had a hard time keeping up with the growing demands of our users. In 2009 when a couple of us got together to begin putting the website together, space was never an issue. In fact, it has steadily grown with virtually no problems throughout the years.

In about the middle of 2016 we began to run into server space issues. We have since made upgrades (moving to a VPS, buying more space, etc), but the site continues to outgrow the upgrades. The meager ad revenue generated by the site isn't sufficient to cover the annual cost of running the server. We who manage the site have never made money from it, it has only ever earned enough money to cover actual server costs.

In an effort to continue serving the needs of aviation enthusiasts around the world, we are asking for donations to keep this site up and running consistently like it did when it was a smaller, newer site. If you've enjoyed this website and would like to see it continue being the site you go to for your aviation screenshot needs, please consider donating.

Oh yeah, new users and edits are now active (hopefully for good) while we're testing new and improved spam/bot protections :)
Thank you,
IMPDb Staff

From The Internet Movie Plane Database
Jump to: navigation, search
Gruz 200 poster.

Movie (2007)
Russian title: Груз 200
English title: Cargo 200

Agnyia Kuznetsova (Anzhelika)
Alexey Poluyan (captain Zhurov)
Leonid Gromov (Artyom Kazakov, professor of scientific atheism)
Leonid Bichevin (Valera, young fartsovshchik)
Alexey Serebryakov (Alexey Belov, former convict)
Natalya Akimova (Antonina, Alexey’s wife)

A young girl is kidnapped by a pervert murderer who works as a police captain.

Ilyushin Il-76

Filmed in Pskov airport. The aircraft on the very right is RA-86045 (s/n 093418564), the one right behind it is RA-86022 (s/n 083413417). As the movie was set in 1984, the scene was digitally altered to replace Russian flags painted on aircraft fins with red Soviet flags. The “RA” registration prefix on the leftmost aircraft was replaced with “SU”, which was a goof, as Soviet aircraft had registration prefix “CCCP”.

Ilyushin Il-76.

Another Il-76 is behind police car.

Ilyushin Il-76.

Back To:

See also