Lost in the Pacific

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Lost in the Pacific movie poster.

Movie (2015)
Chinese title : 蒸发太平洋
Also Known As : Zhēngfā Tàipíng Yáng or Last Flight II: Lost in the Pacific

Starring:
Brandon Routh (Mike)
Zhang Yuqi (Ruoxin)
Russell Wong (Gary Gao)
Vincent M. Ward (Rodman)

2020 : a luxurious new passenger aircraft, the A390 is flying her commercial maiden flight, trying to break record between Rio and Hong-Kong..

Unidentified Airliner

(bottom left) In the distance, tarmac is hosting various airliner from Condor and Air Berlin. If Condor had flew to Rio at a time, Air Berlin never did.

LostInThePacific-AirBerlin.jpg

Fictional A390 Airliner

LostInThePacific-A390 concept.jpg
LostInThePacific-A390 TO.jpg
LostInThePacific-A390 TO2.jpg

Fictitious Ocean Airlines.

LostInThePacific-A390 NF.jpg
LostInThePacific-A390 Tarmac.jpg
LostInThePacific-cockpit.jpg

Bell 407

LostInThePacific-helo.jpg
LostInThePacific-helo2.jpg


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