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Sam Worthington (Jack Webber)
Ed Oxenbould (Dylan Webber)
Ena Imai (Kimi Muroyama)
Nicholas Bakopoulos-Cooke (Jason Jones)
Dylan is a young boy who lives in Western Australia and dreams of competing in the World Paper Plane Championships in Japan.
- 1 Copavia CP-301A Emeraude
- 2 Supermarine Spitfire Mk F.Vc
- 3 Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5
- 4 Lockheed SP-2H Neptune
- 5 Cessna 172 Skyhawk
- 6 Avro Lancaster B VII & Douglas C-47B-45-DK Dakota
- 7 de Havilland DH82A Tiger Moth
- 8 Curtiss P-40 Warhawk
- 9 CAC CA-16 Wirraway III
- 10 De Havilland Vampire T.35A
- 11 Flypast
- 12 Junkers Ju 87 B Stuka
- 13 Hawker Typhoon
- 14 Junkers Ju 88
- 15 Supermarine Spitfire
- 16 Messerschmitt Bf 110 G
- 17 Unidentified Aircraft
- 18 Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress
- 19 Unidentified Aircraft
- 20 Boeing 737
- 21 Airbus A380-800
- 22 Zeppelin NT
- 23 Parrot AR.Drone 2.0
- 24 See also
Tin toy plane.
It wears the registration F-BIJZ of the Copavia (license Claude Piel) CP-301A Emeraude (c/n 225) but its left wing has just the code type CP30.
Picture photoshoped (face changed). The original one was taken in November 1943, showing Flight Sergeant C. Duncan of No. 452 Squadron, RAAF.
R/C model plane.
Seen again near the wooden box during the rocket's lift on.
Reg. VH-NEP Lockheed SP-2H Neptune c/n 726-7192 built in 1956. Before being export to Australia, it was registered N54317 in the U.S.A. and worn s/n 145921 in the armed forces.
Now left at Cunderdin Airport (East of Perth) as no museum has interest to add it to their collection.
Registration VH-AIM, tailless Cessna 172 Skyhawk c/n 46232 built in 1958.
Cunderdin Airport has no museum; the hangar at right is just the nest of the glider club.
Interiors are filmed in the Aviation Heritage Museum (Bull Creek near Perth, Western Australia).
Avro Lancaster B VII NX622.
At left, Dakota registration VH-RGL serial # A65-124.
Please note the "Tiger Moth" caption changed into "Don't touch".
On the top right we can see the Avro Anson serial W2121 with an yellow ultralight just under.
Registration A20-688 (painted as A20-668), c/n 1140.
The surviving Wirraway is reskinned by the powerfull dream.
Behind the rear turret of the Avro Lancaster, we see the left boom and red tail of the trainer De Havilland Vampire T.35A code A79-821.
Trios of de Havilland DH98 Mosquito in front of single engine aircraft (Hawker Typhoon ?).
A Merlin-powered variant.
Perhaps a Mitsubishi A5M ?
The attacking fighter is perhaps a Focke-Wulfe Fw 190A.
Parrot AR.Drone 2.0