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TV Series (2003)
Hong Kong title : 衝上雲霄
English title : Triumph In the Skies
Francis Ng (Samuel 唐亦琛 Tong)
Flora Chan (Isabelle "Belle" 樂以珊 Lok)
Joe Ma (Vincent 凌雲志 Ling)
Myolie Wu (Zoe 蘇怡 So Yi)
Some Flight Trainees :
Michelle Ye (Zita 童希欣 Tung Hei Yan, the only female in the cadre)
Ron Ng (Issac 唐亦風 Tong Yik Fung,the younger brother of Sam)
Sammul Chan (Donald 萬浩聰 Man Ho Chung)
Tells the lives of pilots working for the fictional Solar Airways.
Also from this series:
- 1 Boeing 747 (CMI)
- 2 Boeing 757-21B
- 3 Airbus A330-342
- 4 Triad
- 5 Cessna 152
- 6 Cessna 182P Skylane
- 7 Cessna 175 Skylark
- 8 Valentin Taifun 17E II
- 9 Scheibe SF 25
- 10 Socata TB-10 Tobago
- 11 Learjet 45
- 12 Grob G-115A
- 13 Mudry CAP 10B
- 14 Trio
- 15 Beechcraft 76 Duchess
- 16 Cessna 210
- 17 Piper PA-28-161 Warrior
- 18 Airbus A330
- 19 Boeing 747-400
- 20 Lockheed L-1011 TriStar
- 21 Airbus A300
- 22 Boeing 747
- 23 Airbus A340
- 24 Boeing 777-2D7
- 25 Boeing 747-400
- 26 Beechcraft Premier I
- 27 Bell 430
- 28 See also
Core of the fleet of the fictional Solar Airways based on Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific. The new skin often forget the access doors.
Several airframes with the closest being a freighter #6744; next is a Boeing 747-400 and away another one of Cathay Pacific Airways.
Flight simulator of a Boeing 747-400.
With the control tower of Hong Kong International Airport (HKG/VHHH) in the background.
Seen in many episode including ...
Cathay Pacific Airbus A330-300.
(left) Cessna 172N Skyhawk registration B-HIG of the Hong Kong Aviation Club.
Valentin Taifun 17E II
Reg. JA2422 Valentin Taifun 17E II c/n 1120.
Reg. VH-YTN Socata TB-10 Tobago (c/n 1519) of BAE Systems Flight Training filmed at Parafield Airport (ICAO: YPPF), South Australia, Australia.
On 11 July 2017, this SOCATA TB-10 Tobago aircraft (c/n 1407), registered VH-YTG, was conducting a scheduled night flying lesson at Parafield airport, near Adelaide, South Australia. On final approach and at about 500 ft above ground level, the aircraft’s right wing struck a flying drone. The same aircraft suffered substancial damage on both main landing gears after a hard landing at Glen Innes Airport (YGLI), Yarrowford, New South Wales, Australia; this was the result of a practice engine failure started at too low height and speed (29 March of 1996).
Reg. VH-YTI Socata TB-10 Tobago of BAE Systems Flight Training. On July 2005, Young Brothers Aviation has purchased the BAE Systems Flight Training Adelaide pilot training school and renamed it Flight Training Adelaide (FTA), a named worn by this aircraft at least until May 2015. Now (2018), it's a Diamond DA-40 Diamond Star XLS of FTA registered as VH-YTI.
Reg. VH-YTX Socata TB-10 Tobago (c/n 1606).
Reg. VH-YTO Socata TB-10 Tobago (c/n 1520) of BAE Systems Flight Training.
(front to rear) Reg. VH-YTL, ?, VH-YTN, VH-YTE, VH-YTT.
VH-YTL Socata TB.10 Tobago c/n 1517 seen dismantled at Parafield in March 2013; VH-YTN is Tobago c/n 1519.
Reg. VH-CXJ Learjet 45 (c/n 45-152) of Cathay Pacific Airways based at Parafield (YPPF), South Australia, Australia.
Reg. VH-SZY Mudry CAP-10B (c/n 250) of BAE Systems Flight Training despite Austrlian Aviation College painted on the vertical stabilizer.
CGI Boeing 747-400 of Solar Airways taxiing with a Boeing 747 and Airbus A330 of Cathay Pacific at the terminal.
Reg. VH-WZB Beechcraft 76 Duchess (c/n ME-185) of BAE Systems Flight Training.
Reg. VH-WZC Beechcraft 76 Duchess.
Some continuity error : for example, when Isaac, Donald and Zita are flying through bad weather, they taxy with VH-WZB ...
... and are cleared to take off as Bravo Tango Juliet 21 ...
.. the landing is done with VH-WZB (again) as well as the run on the taxiway and apron...
... but Issac shut down engine of VH-WZC ! The same flight used four aircraft / three registrations !
Parafield Airport's tower with a Cessna 210.
Reg. VH-BYA Piper PA-28-161 Warrior II c/n 28-7916444.
Airbus A330 of Cathay Pacific.
Boeing 747-400 of Cathay Pacific.
Lockheed L-1011 TriStar of Cathay Pacific Airways in the livery used until 1994.
China Eastern Airlines Airbus A300.
Take off of a Boeing 747 of JAL-Japan Air Lines.
Airbus A340 of Cathay Pacific Airways.
Boeing 777-2D7 of Thai Airways International.
Boeing 747-400 of Singapore Airlines.
Another one with the livery of Cathay Pacific.
Bell 430 on the cover of Helicopter Japan.
About Solar Airways and Skylette Airlines: