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I still can't believe how many awesome aircraft this movie provided for us! Thanks for putting this extensive page together! - Tobin Lee 11:09, 19 June 2011 (MDT)

Can't wait to see what Transformers: Dark of the Moon presents! Comparatively though, NCIS is currently the biggest, although a lot of them are repeated. The Avengers has the most next with some interesting ones there. Bthebest - IMPDb Administrator 13:48, 19 June 2011 (MDT)

At Least 25 Aircrafts in Sight !

This shot of the National Air & Space Museum, Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Centre displays at least twenty-five aircrafts we can identify (and probably no less in the distance or partially hidden).

TF2MUSEUM 1015.jpg

They are (starting upper left, clockwise; from 13 [bottom right angle], anticlockwise) :
1 = Mooney M-18C, Reg. N3199K
2 = Piper PA-12
3 = Arlington Sisu 1A, Reg. N1100Z
4 = Nelson BB-1 Dragonfly
5 = Huff-Daland Duster (which hides the Stanley Nomad, Reg. NX20645)
6 = Gates Learjet 23, Reg. N802L
7 = Travel Air D4D "Pepsi Skywriter"
8 = Boeing 367-80, Reg. N70700
9 = Lockheed 5C Vega Winnie Mae, Reg. NR-105W (in august 2012 and since then, place is now used by a Curtiss JN-4D Jenny)
10 = Boeing 307
11 = CASA 352L (wearing the registration D-ADLH to act as Junkers Ju 52/3m)
12 = Republic P-47D Thunderbolt
13 = Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde s/n 205, Reg. F-BVFA
14 = Turner RT-14
15 = Sukhoi Su-26M
16 = Piper J-3 Cub
17 = Grumman F6F-3 Hellcat
18 = Schweizer GSU 2-22, Reg. N2790Z
19 = DHC-1A Chipmunk "Pennzoil Special", Reg. N13Y
20 = Loudenslager Laser 200
21 = Arrow Sport A2-60, Reg. G-AAPO (yellow)
22 = Mitchell U-2 Superwing, c/n: PU 646, Reg. N582U
23 = Eipper-Formance Cumulus 10
24 = Sport Wings Valkyrie
25 = Manta Pterodactyl Fledgling
LVCDC 15:06, 23 November 2013 (MST)