La tour 2 contrôle infernale

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La tour 2 contrôle infernale movie poster.

Movie (2016)
Alias: La tour de contrôle infernale
Alias: L'aéroport

Éric Judor (Ernest Krakenkriek)
Ramzy Bedia (Bachir Bouzouk)
Marina Foïs (Stéphanie Lanceval (the minister adviser))
Philippe Katerine (Colonel Janouniou)

(Synopsis needed)

Fouga CM170 R Magister

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Reg. F-GJIJ CM 170 Fouga Magister c/n 482 (312-AQ) but still in Armée de l'air (French Air Force) colors.

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Airbus A310-222

The Belgian Air Component's two retired A310 transports, CA-01 (c/n 372) and CA-02 (c/n 367). Withdrawn from use in 2010 and 2009 respectively, they were stored at Brussels Airport (BRU/EBBR) until they were scrapped in 2017.

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Transall C-160NG

Manned by two German pilots. The Transall usually has a crew of three if not four in the cockpit and Germany has had only the C-160D, never the NG variant.

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Lockheed L-1011 TriStar

The German pilots at the controls… not of a Transall but of of a trijet (probably an old Lockheed L-1011 TriStar).

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Airbus A319/A320

The first crashed airplane, a cargo(!) flight according the screenplay.
A CGI A319 or A320 of Brussels Airlines with the tail logo reversed.

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Cessna 172S Skyhawk

Bottom right, Cessna 172S Skyhawk with a red cowling.

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Reims-Cessna F177RG Cardinal

Registration N177LG, c/n 0046 built in 1972.

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