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Pattaya movie poster.

Movie (2016)

Franck Gastambide (Francky)
Malik Bentalha (Krimo)
Anouar Toubali (Karim)
Ramzy Bedia (Reza)

(Synopsis needed)

Boeing 747

Cockpit of Boeing 747, maybe Boeing 747-128 c/n 20541/200 from Paris Le Bourget Air Museum.

Pattaya 747.jpg

Fictional Airbus

Engines are the CFM56-5C series used on Airbus A340 (-200 or -300 series) but it lacks two of them and the axial main landing gear.
If we consider an Airbus A320, fuselage is too wide, main landing gear should have two (not four !) wheels boogie and winglets are of the wrong type.
Author think about an heavy computer rework of an Airbus A340-200 with a new fictionnal skin (Inch' Allah Airlines is not registered to International Civil Aviation Organization).

Pattaya A340.jpg

McDonnell Douglas MD-80 series

Blurred background so precise type and airline still unidentified.

Pattaya MD80.jpg

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