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Page modified in the proper format. Sixcyl

Thanks sixcyl, looks good! Tleeg 08:38, 6 January 2011 (MST)


Anyone work out what the registrations are? Bthebest 07:52, 6 January 2011 (MST)

You can almost make them out from the screenshots huh. Just not quite. Bummer Tleeg 08:38, 6 January 2011 (MST)
Except for the JetRanger I snagged the screenshots off of IMCDb just in the hopes of quickly getting the planes identified; I'll try and get some of my own better pictures of them and see what the numbers are. - Kooshmeister
That would be awesome Kooshmeister. Thanks. Tleeg 10:35, 6 January 2011 (MST)
There we go. Sorry about the screenshot quality, but I did my best. - Kooshmeister
Any screenshot is better than no screenshot. I am wondering if PZ-BGO and PP-HAM are false registrations since I can't find anything on them. Tleeg
Probably. I'm guessing the reason (in-story, anyway) the JetRanger has no registration is because the Neo-Nazis didn't want their craft to be identified if seen, since they were using it to escape after committing murder and arson. You can see on the tail where the registration used to be, and is whited out. Perhaps this theory can be mentioned on there? - Kooshmeister


I have made quite many modifications on this page.
1st of all, I've changed all pictures by better quality ones from the DVD.
2nd,I've add some airplanes which were missing: DC-10, and DC-6.
3rd point, the Boeing 720 is in fact a Boeing 707 of TAP, this company never operaed the 720.
And at last, I've shared the Cessna 185 section in 2 as the 2 airplanes PZ-BGO and PP-HAM are 2 different aircrafts. PZ-BGO (Surinam registration, that I could find in registers list neither) is indeed a Cessna 185 , meanwhile PP-HAM is a Cessna 206. We can see the difference of rear part of fuselage.
Rather good film, with nice aircrafts pictures! and thanks to kooshmeister for having made the main part of this work.Sixcyl 12:30, 15 May 2011 (MDT)