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Drop Zone movie poster.

Movie (1994)

Starring:
Wesley Snipes (Pete Nessip)
Gary Busey (Ty Moncrief)
Yancy Butler (Jessie Crossman)
Michael Jeter (Earl Leedy)

When his brother is killed whilst escorting a cyber-criminal on a transport flight, Pete Nessip sets out to prove that those responsible are still alive and to stop them completing their master plan. To do this he must team up with a group of skydivers and get on the inside.

Boeing 747-146

Seen transporting Leedy and subsequent 'jailbreak'. Shown in fictional PAC Atlantic Air livery, registration N704CK, c/n 20528/191 of American International Airways (precursor to Kalitta Air. ). Broken up at Opa-Locka Executive Airport in Florida sometime during or after 2006.
Kalitta later operated two more 747s with the N704CK registration that this aircraft should not be confused with; a 747-209F/SCD with c/n 22299/462 that broke up on take-off at Brussels in 2008, and a 747-246F/SCD with c/n 23391/654 that is now in storage.

Reg. N704CK Boeing 747-146 of American International Airways.

A hole can be seen in the rear port fuselage.

Reg. N704CK Boeing 747-146 of American International Airways.

Bell 206B JetRanger

The second Bell carries the registration N57BL, serial 3167.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Rotary-Wing).

N57BL.
Tight landing on this yacht.
DZB206.jpg

Cessna 182A

In the background at the skydiving school.

20.12

Fairchild Pilatus PC-6/B1-H2 Turbo Porter

Jessie's plane is seen throughout the movie.
Reg. N346F Fairchild Pilatus PC-6/B1-H2 c/n 2001 built in 1966.

DZN346F.jpg
Jumping out.
DZN346F 3.jpg

Cessna 172

Seen in the background at Jesse's airfield.

N6497B.
Reg. N54743. Registration info says its a 172P but it doesn't look like one and the current (and only) N54743 looks nothing like it at airliners.net

Douglas DC-3

N129H is used by Moncrief's crew for their skydives. Another DC-3 is also used by another team, but in military livery.

DZN129H.jpg
Moncrief's team jumping out.
DZN129H 3.jpg
DZDC-3.jpg

Cessna 180D

Seen at the Washington D.C. drop zone.

DZN6471X.jpg

Piper J-3 Cub

Seen here most clearly but also in the bcakground elsewhere.

DZCub.jpg

De Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter

Seen numerous times in Washington D.C.

This newer model is used for the formation skydive.
DZDHC-6.jpg
DZDHC-6 2.jpg

Piper PA-46 Malibu

On the tarmac in D.C.

DZPA-46.jpg

Rockwell Commander 114

At the Washington D.C. drop zone. Registration N5854N.

N5854N.

Various Aircraft

Quite a few overhead shots in this film.

Lots of aircraft on the ground here.
Formation flying for the formation skydive. Led by Crossman's PC-6, then two DHC-6s and two DC-3s trailing.


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