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By courtesy of vilero who provided the first picture on IMCDb.Sixcyl 05:06, 11 October 2011 (MDT)

Added a new screenshot of general view of the London Gatwick airport.
This shot is no more five seconds long before fadding to all black screen; facing all the landing action (40 seconds), this hasn't very important and could not be representative for aircraft and airline seen in this glimpse from the opening sequence (so they are not listed among the See Also section : among a category, they don't bring something to readers but link to their category is given to allow readers to upload other movies and expand their horizon).
The number 2 aircraft far in the distance is not easy to identify but parked on the grass, it's probably no more serviceable. So we guess it's probably I-DAVA which was operated by ItAli Airlines. However, with the airline facing mounting financial pressures, the aircraft was impounded at LGW during 2010. It was then acquired by the airport and has been used for training [data from : http://www.civilianaviation.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=25113]. Eventually, ItAli Airlines ceased operations on 11 March 2011 after eight years of activity. In 2018, the MD-82 is no more visible on earth maps. LVCDC (talk) 13:14, 10 November 2018 (MST)