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Promotional poster for The Impossible

Movie (2012)
Also known as: The Impossible (English, common title)

Naomi Watts (Maria Barnes)
Ewan McGregor (Henry Barnes)
Tom Holland (Lucas Barnes)
Samuel Joslin (Thomas Barnes)
Oaklee Pendergast (Simon Barnes)

On 26th December 2005, the worst tsunami in history hit Thailand and other South-East Asian countries. Based on the true story of the Belón family, The Impossible tells the experience of a mother, father and 3 sons as they fight for survival in a post-disaster foreign country and attempts to reunite the family as one.

Airbus A340-600

Airbus A340-600 of Thai Airways.
Airbus A340-600 of Thai Airways.

Business class cabin.

Airbus A340-600 of Thai Airways.


Airbus A340-600 of Thai Airways.

Touchdown - spoilers deployed.

Airbus A340-600 of Thai Airways.

Landed at Phuket International Airport (HKT/VTSP).

Eurocopter EC120 Colibri

Search/Rescue/Reconnaissance aircraft seen on 2 different occasions.

ImpossibleEC120 2.jpg

Bell 206

ImpossibleBell 206.jpg

Sikorsky UH-60


Boeing Chinook

Flying in the far distance.


Bombardier CL-600 Challenger

Medical evacuation aircraft.

Front-right and back-left.

Boeing 737-4D7

Mostly blocked by the blue truck.

Boeing 737-4D7 of Thai Airways.
Boeing 737-4D7 of Thai Airways.

Bombardier Global Express & Sikorsky UH-60 & Airbus A320

Global Express (front left) has markings "NKOTB" - most commonly referring to the pop band "New Kids on the Block". Possibly a jet used for touring, but no evidence found to support this. Airbus A320 (back right and far background) both belong to Thai AirAsia.


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