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Turbulent Skies movie poster.

TV Movie (2010)

Starring:
Casper Van Dien (Tom Woodward)
Nicole Eggert (Samantha Woodward)
Patrick Muldoon (Charles Devain)
Brad Dourif (Richard Devain)

In order to fix the human factor in air accidents, a company develop for an airline a new computer able to pilot a Boeing 747 from the start of the engines until their shutdown. But additional hidden software will cause unpredictable situations.

Boeing 727

Boeing 727.

Boeing 737-832 & Embraer ERJ 170

Los Angeles International Airport. The famous Encounter Restaurant with its arches in the background of this Boeing 737 of Delta. An Embraer ERJ 170 of Midwest Airlines is at the terminal.

Boeing 737-832 of Delta Air Lines and Embraer ERJ 170 of Midwest Airlines.

This footage was use another time with a brighter aspect.

Boeing 737.

Boeing 737-732

Another variant with winglets.

Boeing 737-732 of Delta Air Lines.

Boeing 737-824

Boeing 737-824 of Continental Airlines.

Boeing 747-121 (CGI modified)

The star of this TV movie is very similar to the prototype of the very first Boeing 747 (the real one has only three window on the upper deck; image change by computer).
Same aircraft seen in other movies - IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg.N7470 Boeing 747-121 City of Everett (c/n 20235/1).
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Boeing 747-4R7F/SCD

Boeing 747-4R7F/SCD of Cargolux.

Boeing 757-224

Boeing 757-224 of Continental Airlines.

Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird

SR-71 Blackbird seen in a U.S. Air Force Promotional Film (1979), deemed to be in the public domain.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird of the USAF.

Boeing KC-135Q Stratotanker

As the SR-71 is taxiing, the dedicated variant to its refueling is visible in the distance.

Boeing KC-135Q of the USAF.

Boeing CH-47 Chinook

Three are visible in the distance, near the hangar.

TurbulentSkies chinook 0h28mxx.jpg

General Dynamics F-16A Fighting Falcon

General Dynamics F-16A Fighting Falcon.

The following footage is used two times, one inverted

General Dynamics F-16A Fighting Falcon.

The last sight shows for the first time the F-16 with underwing loads.

General Dynamics F-16A Fighting Falcon.

McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet

McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet.

Boeing 777-28E/ER

A Boeing 747 & Airbus A380 of Qantas is hidden by a Boeing 777 of Asiana Airlines.

Boeing 777-28E/ER of Asiana Airlines.

Boeing 777-35E/ER

Boeing 777-35E/ER of EVA Air.

Boeing 777

Despite shown during the flight of the experimental Boeing 747, this empty cockpit is this of a Boeing 777.

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Boeing 767-322

A Boeing 767-322 of UAL. Same footage reused in The Flight Before Christmas.

Boeing 767-322 of United Airlines.
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Airbus A340

TurbulentSkies what 0h03m37.jpg

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