Piché, entre ciel et terre

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Piché, entre ciel et terre movie poster.

Movie (2010)

Starring:
Michel Côté (Robert Piché)
Maxime Le Flaguais (Robert Piché (just licensed pilot))
Sophie Prégent (Régine)
Jules St-Jean (Paul-André Piché)


On 24 August 2001, Robert Piché became world-famous by saving the lives of 306 people. Due to fuel starvation and after 20 minutes of gliding over the ocean, he landed the airplane in the Azores. However, his troubled past is brought to light and the man who became a hero overnight must now defeat his worst enemy: his addiction to alcohol.

British Aerospace BAe 3212 Jetstream 31

Registration C-GQJT, c/n 886 built in 1990.

Reg. C-GQJT British Aerospace BAe 3212 Jetstream 31 of Pascan Aviation Inc.

Cessna P206A

Registration C-FESC, c/n P206-0189.

Reg. C-FESC Cessna P206A of Crown Mail & Delivery Services.
Reg. C-FESC Cessna P206A of Crown Mail & Delivery Services.

Aermacchi AL-60-F5 Trojan

Reg. C-GKDC, c/n 53-6233. Built in 1967, was N96038 between 1987 and 2004.

Reg. C-GKDC Aermacchi AL-60-F5 Trojan of Canada Inc.
Reg. C-GKDC Aermacchi AL-60-F5 Trojan of Canada Inc.

Boeing 737-202C

Registration C-GQBC, c/n 19426/72.

Reg. C-GQBC Boeing 737-202C of Quebecair.

Piper PA-23-250 Aztec

Registration C-GSYH,c/n 27-4214.

Reg. C-GSYH Piper PA-23-250 Aztec of Cargair Ltee.
Reg. C-GSYH Piper PA-23-250 Aztec of Cargair Ltee.
Reg. C-GSYH Piper PA-23-250 Aztec of Cargair Ltee.
Reg. C-GSYH Piper PA-23-250 Aztec of Cargair Ltee.

Republic P-47D-30 Thunderbolt

Hang up in the cabin of the Piper, the same model is held by Robert Piché's son at the end of the story.
This model adorns the colors of the machine piloted by MAJ Glenn Eagleston, 353FS/354FG 9th AF. Tactical code FT-L, Republic P-47D-30 Thunderbolt s/n 420473.

Republic P-47D-30 Thunderbolt.

Cessna 210D

Registration N55CG, c/n 21058434.

Reg. N55CG Cessna 210D
Reg. N55CG Cessna 210D

Yakovlev Yak-18T

Piché wreck.png

Airbus A330-243

CGI of an Airbus Airbus A330 in the colors of Air Transat.

Airbus A330-243 (CGI) of Air Transat.
Airbus A330-243 (CGI) of Air Transat.

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