Final Approach (2007 TV Movie)
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This page is about the TV Movie / mini-Series of 2007. Please do not confuse with the 1991 movie !
TV Movie (2007)
French title : Vol 732 - Terreur en plein ciel
Dean Cain (Jack Bender)
Anthony Michael Hall (Greg Gilliad)
Ernie Hudson (Agent Dawson)
Lea Thompson (Alicia Bender)
An action-filled account of an ex-FBI negotiator who uses all his skills to save a jumbo jet headed for Los Angeles from the terrorists who have placed a bomb on board.
- 1 Eurocopter AS355F-2 TwinStar
- 2 Unidentified Aircraft
- 3 Boeing 747
- 4 American Airlines Airliner
- 5 Lockheed L-1011 TriStar
- 6 Airbus A330
- 7 McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet
- 8 Bell 206B
- 9 Atlas Impala Mk.I
- 10 De Havilland Canada DHC-6-300 Twin Otter
- 11 Lockheed L-1011-1 TriStar
- 12 Unidentified Boeing (707 or 720 ?)
- 13 Various Airliner
- 14 Gulfstream II
- 15 Various Airliner
- 16 McDonnell Douglas MD-80
- 17 Convair 990A Coronado
- 18 Convair 880
- 19 Airbus A310 & Douglas DC-8 & McDonnell Douglas MD-80
- 20 Boeing 737-277
- 21 See also
Reg. N80KK Eurocopter AS355F-2 TwinStar.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.
Takeoff of an unidentified airliner of Continental Airlines.
Landing of a Boeing 747 (perhaps with the colors of Northwest ?).
Another one in the old livery of Asiana Airlines.
Tail of a Boeing 747 and a undentified McDonnell Douglas MD-8x Serie.
Fictional Infinity Air livery photoshoped on a real airliner taking off from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) despite action place is at Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR/KEWR) according the road sign.
Such CGI is used numerous times throughout the four episodes.
Airbus A330 of EVA Air.
Reg. N546SA Bell 206B c/n 1939 built in 1976.
From now, action is filmed in Mojave Airport (or nearby).
Behind the Tristar, two grey Atlas (bought to South Africa surplus).
Reg. N121PM De Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter c/n 14 built in 1966 in the colors of DESERT EXPRESS.
Registration N140SC, c/n 193E-1067 built in 1967. One of a handful of TriStars that are still operational, this aircraft is used by Orbital Sciences Corporation as a mothership for Pegasus rocket launches.
Close-up on the pylon used for Pegasus launches under the fuselage.
1980's livery for this former Middle East Airlines Boeing. Fly there under a Canadian registration.
Behind the broken tail of a Lockheed L-1011 TriStar, a McDonnell Douglas MD-88 of Continental Airlines. On left and right borders, two McDonnell Douglas DC-10. About the fifth aircraft, see next section.
Reg. N124TV (?) Gulfstream II still with Aviación Militar Nacional Bolivariana / Fuerza Aerea Venezolana (Venezuelan Air Force) title.
Lot of airliners under dismantling : Airbuses, Boeings, McDonnell Douglas MD-8x/90 or DC-10, etc ...
Two liveries of US Airways worn by McDonnell Douglas MD-80s.
Registration OB-R-765 / N990AB, c/n 30-10-5 built in 1961. Formerly of APSA - Aerolíneas Peruanas and stored at Mojave Airport since 1980. Still there as of 2016.
Airbus A310 of WorldFocus Airlines (later Anka Air, a short lived company between 2005 and 2008) with (middle) a Douglas DC-8 of ATI (Air Transport International) and US Air McDonnell Douglas MD-80.
Reg. N179AW (cancelled 2006-05-22) was Boeing 737-277 c/n 22646 built in 1981 and fly by America West Airlines.