Talk:Fight Club

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Lots of Aircraft!!

Wow, didn't realise how many aircraft shots there were in this film! Will try and identify most of them this weekend or next week, but might take a while. Good exercise for a commercial buff like me though. Bthebest - IMPDb Administrator 01:55, 2 June 2011 (MDT)

These planes only appear for 2 seconds each and a lot of shots are probably stock footage. By the way, in the MD-11 section, the third one down is a different plane. - G-MANN

About the plane the Narrator meets Tyler in (and dreams of crashing in), although the wing looks like that of a Boeing 747 (4 engines) the cabin doesn't really look right for that. The cabin is very likely to be just a purpose built set rather than a real plane. So it's probably not "identifiable" but I think it's worth mentioning because a key scene takes place there. So what should we call it? G-MANN

Recognition

Two screenshots are captioned incorrectly at my opinion : wheel flange are common on Boeing 737 but I can't find example of Airbus A320 with them as they retracted inside a closed compartement.

Boeing 737, isn't it ?

I don't know if the engines on te right are those of a 747, but on the left, the plane wears the logo of the defunct french airline AOM. They never used the Boeing 747 but several Airbus A340. They usually deserved caribean islands but their only flight to the USA was to LAX airport.

Fight Club Boeing 7475.jpg

LVCDC 18:36, 6 October 2013 (MDT)