The Living Daylights

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The Living Daylights DVD cover.

Movie (1987)

Timothy Dalton (James Bond)
Maryam d'Abo (Kara Milovy)
Jeroen Krabbé (General Georgi Koskov)
Joe Don Baker (Brad Whitaker)
John Rhys-Davies (General Leonid Pushkin)
Desmond Llewelyn (Q)

The British aid in the defection of Russian General, only to find that he has his own agenda.

Also from this series:
James Bond films

Hawker Siddeley Nimrod MR2

The aircraft is seen briefly in the opening scene. At Gibraltar International Airport.


Lockheed C-130 Hercules C.1/C.3

Operated by the Royal Air Force.


Hawker Siddeley Harrier T4A

Registration ZB602.

Used to extract Koskov.
TLDHarrier 3.jpg

Bell UH-1H-BF Iroquois

This aircraft was siezed by the British during the Argentine war and later rebuilt and sold. Registration G-HUEY.


Boeing 727-2B6

Operated by RAM-Royal Air Maroc.

Boeing 727-2B6 of RAM-Royal Air Maroc.

Boeing 757-2B6

On the left behind the ambulance.

Boeing 757-2B6 of RAM-Royal Air Maroc.

Lockheed C-130H Hercules

Most likely operated by the Royal Moroccan Air Force.

TLDC-130 2.jpg
TLDC-130 3.jpg

North American-Rockwell OV-10B Bronco & Dassault-Dornier Alpha Jet E(H)

Again part of the Royal Moroccan Air Force.

OV-10 in the middle with the Alpha Jet on the left and Fouga Magister on the right while a C-130 is landing in the background.

Fouga CM170 Magister

Royal Moroccan Air Force.


Aero Commander 500

On final approach.
Narrowly avoiding the C-130.
TLDTP 2.jpg

Fairchild C-123 Provider

During the airbourne battle scenes with Necros, a C-123 replaces the C-130.

Slightly different tail section to the C-130.
Notice only the two engines.

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See also