Backstreet Boys: I Want It That Way

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Backstreet Boys: I want it that way single cover.

Video Clip (1999)

Nick Carter
Howard Dorough
Brian Littrell
AJ McLean
Kevin Richardson

Backstreet Boys are singing and dancing in front of Boeing 727 in KLAX.

Boeing 727

Boeing 727-30, registration N727BE, serial 18933 / 185. Same aircraft appears in few other movies.


The airplane was owned by Imperial Palace casino in Las Vegas and was hired for filming of the clip, which took place in Los Angeles International Airport (see other movies filmed at this location).


At the end of the clip aircraft appears with text “Backstreet Boys” digitally drawn on the fuselage.


Lockheed L-1011 TriStar

L-1011 of Delta briefly seen taxiing behind (center).


Unidentified Aircraft

Quickly seen climbing in the top left corner.


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