The Day After Tomorrow

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The Day After Tomorrow movie poster.

Movie (2004)

Dennis Quaid (Jack Hall)
Jake Gyllenhaal (Sam Hall)
Sela Ward (Dr. Lucy Hall)
Emmy Rossum (Laura Chapman)
Arjay Smith (Brian Parks)

Jack Hall is a climatologist who believes something extraordinary is going to happen sooner rather than later. After the politicians refuse to believe what is happening the unthinkable changes their mind. With the entire northern hemisphere under threat the governments have to act fast to minimize the effects. Jack meanwhile has a personal mission to keep a promise to his son.

Eurocopter AS350 A-Star

A popular choice in the U.S. as news choppers this one here is taking footage of the tornadoes in Los Angeles.

Single-engined AS350 A-Star.

Los Angeles International Airport

Various FedEx aircraft can be seen on the cargo ramp at LAX including: Airbus A300F, McDonnell Douglas DC-10F and Boeing 727F.

Airbus A300F, McDonnell Douglas DC-10F, & Boeing 727F of FedEx Express.

Boeing 707-321B

This footage is from the real crash of Avianca Flight 052 which crashed just outside of New York in 1990 due to fuel exhaustion. Incredibly 85 out of the 158 on board survived the real crash.
Registration HK-2016, c/n 19276/592. Ex Pan Am.

Reg. HK-2016 Boeing 707-321B of Avianca.

Sikorsky CH-3

Fictional CGI RAF versions of this helicopter are sent to rescue the British Royal Family.

Sikorsky in fictional Commando Markings.

Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk

Seen on multiple occasions in the transport role, including SAR at the end, all aircraft appear to be U.S. Army Black Hawk versions.

As well as Black Hawks there are Boeing CH-47 Chinooks and AH-64 Apache helicopters in the background, although not visible in this screenshot.
Snow hasn't made it here yet.
Flying through New York skyscrapers on a Search and Rescue mission.

Boeing CH-47 Chinook

These helicopters are clearly seen taking part in the Search and Rescue mission at the end.


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