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French title : L'aéroport est fermé
Josef Bek (Jendo Hochman)
Irena Kačírková (Martha, his wife)
Vladimír Ráž (Cermák)
Otomar Korbelář (Siroký)
Conflicts in a riotous marriage of one pilot culminate just when Soviet jet aircraft are being deployed on international flights. Naive psychological drama embraces with naive admiration for the most advanced aeronautical technique.
Reg. OK-LDA Tupolev Tu-104A of ČSA Československé Státní Aerolinie.
Reg. CCCP-42339 / SSSR-42339 Tupolev Tu-104A of Aeroflot.
Reg. OK-LDA Tupolev Tu-104A c/n 76600503 is really the star among all aircraft seen in this movie. First of the type used by a foreign airline, her last flight occured on September 1973. Now preserved and exposed at Prague-Kbély museum.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.
First seen in the background.
Reg. OK-MCH Avia Av 14-32A s/n 805118 licensed built in 1958 and eventually sold to USSR in 1975. Here wearing colors of ČSA Czech Airlines.
In the background (far left) an Ilyushin Il-12 among several Avia Av 14, all from the Czech airline.
Reg. OK-MEE pre-series Let L-200 Morava s/n 00-001.
Reg. OK-MEB pre-series Let L-200 Morava s/n 00-002.
One the forty Douglas DC-3 used by ČSA Czech Airlines.
Vickers Viscount 701 of BEA-British European Airways first seen from the Tupolev Tu-104A cockpit.
An Aeroflot Tupolev Tu-114.
Douglas DC-6B Super Cloudmaster of Ethiopian Airlines.
An anonymous Caravelle of SAS-Scandinavian Airlines. Note the Viscount on the left.
Lockheed L-1049E Super Constellation of Air India.