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John David Washington (The Protagonist)
Robert Pattinson (Neil)
Elizabeth Debicki (Kat)
Dimple Kapadia (Priya)
Armed with only one word, Tenet, and fighting for the survival of the entire world, a Protagonist journeys through a twilight world of international espionage on a mission that will unfold in something beyond real time.
Los Angeles International Airport (Standing in for Oslo Airport)
Closest to farthest:
- Boeing 777-35E(ER) registration B-16729, c/n 61601/1427 of EVA Air.
- Boeing 777 from an unknown Star Alliance member.
- Boeing 777-39P(ER) of China Eastern Airlines.
- Boeing 737-8V3 registration HP-1825CMP, c/n 40780/4179 of Copa Airlines. Wearing special "Biomuseo" livery.
False registration LN-WTJK and fake airline Norskfreight. Actually a former Cathay Pacific Cargo bird, last registration B-HMD (MD still on front gear door), c/n 22105/435 built in 1980. Aircraft has been in storage at Southern California Logistics Airport (VCV/KVCV) since 2009. It was repainted and deliberately crashed into a building on-site for the film.
At left, registration on this one looks like N940BC, c/n 32335/415. Was 9V-SVJ when it served with Singapore.
Seen aboard Sator's yacht, the Cloud Nine. Pictures of the yacht available online generally show it with a Eurocopter EC130, so this heli doesn't seem to be related to its real-life operation.
Registration OM-AVS, c/n 98839307 operated by UTair Europe. Typically seen with a yellow, black, and red livery, it was repainted with a partial digital camouflage for filming, and its rear cargo doors were removed for its first scene.
At far left in the background - Ex-Ethiopian Airlines Cargo bird at Southern California Logistics Airport (standing in for Oslo Airport). Most likely registration N546BC (ex ET-AML), c/n 48758/615, as the other ex-Ethiopian MD-11F stored at KVCV (N545BC / ET-AND) was reported to have been broken up in 2018.
Four Chinooks from Billings Flying Service were leased for the film.