Talk:Picasso Trigger

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otters and twin otters

You know the Otters and the Twin Otter could actually be Cessnas. I got the pictures from atom I don't know what character roles the Starring Cast plays as Lantzs09 11:12 January 2011 (UTC)


...and the Boeing 707 is a Douglas DC-8, the McDonnell Douglas DC-9 a Lockheed L-1011 Tristar...You'd better put them as Unidentified Aircraft if you're not sure,IMHO ... Sixcyl
As Sixcyl said, if you're not sure put it as unidentified, you can always add your comments below it as to what you think it might be. Remember registrations are the biggest give away so in this case use the FAA Database to find the exact model. For formatting, don't worry too much about it if you've not done a lot, but take a look at the template for help. Great work though and I look forward to more! Bthebest 10:36, 2 January 2011 (MST)


I have made modification of formatting, hope you won't be upset Landzs09? Sixcyl


Agreed for Learjet 35A instead of Gates Learjet as the film is 1988. Gates Learjet Corp having changed for Learjet Corporation in 1987.Otherwise all Learjet made from 1969 to 1986 were named as Gates Learjet.Sixcyl

Because of so many ownerships I left the category as just Learjet. Bthebest 13:15, 2 January 2011 (MST)

There are no problem for respecting historical designations for each pictures since the aircraft is grouped in a proper generical name (here Learjet 35/36), and avoid eventually anachronistic designations .Sixcyl