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TV Series (1996-1998)

Otto Jespersen
Trond Kirkvaag

(Synopsis needed)

Boeing 737-205

Ep. 1.02

Boeing 737-205 of Braathens SAFE.
Boeing 737-205 of Braathens SAFE.

Supermarine Spitfire

Ep. 1.05


Boeing 737-405

Ep. 1.06
With the 50 years decal, probably registration LN-BRA, c/n 24270, l/n 1726, built in 1989. Later reregistered as OO-VEK and scrapped in 2013.

Reg. LN-BRA Boeing 737-405 of Braathens SAFE.

Unidentified Aircraft

Ep. 1.08


Grumman Lunar Module

Ep. 1.08


Supermarine Seafang

Ep. 1.09
With its contra-rotating propellers, must be this naval redesign of the Supermarine Spiteful, itself a development of the famous Spitfire.


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