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Video Game (2016)
A simulation of various transportation methods, starting in 1850 and allowing players to play until the modern days, experiencing the transportation history stretching more than 150 years.
Note: This is a Video Game. Aircraft portrayed in this production may not be entirely accurate or represent an actual aircraft, however, where a reasonable depiction of an actual aircraft has been created, it has been identified as best as possible.
Marked as G-BOAD, c/n 100-010 built in 1976. This aircraft is now on display at the Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum in New York City.
Marked as registration F-WWBA, c/n 1 built in 1987. First A320 built, now on display at the Musée Aeroscopia in Toulouse, France.
Marked as registration N5176Y, c/n 20692/339 built in 1974. This aircraft was originally built for the United States Air Force as a CT-43A transport. It later went to Janet, the secretive government airline shuttling workers between Las Vegas' McCarran International Airport and various military sites, until it was retired in 2009.
Registration ST-725, does not correspond to a real aircraft. Wearing an approximation of BOAC's livery.
Registration D-0111, does not correspond to a real aircraft. However, "Silberfuchs" is the name of a replica Merkur, D-1103, on display at the Dornier Museum Friedrichshafen in Germany.
Registration ND 256184, does not correspond to a real aircraft.
Registration C-P78, does not correspond to a real aircraft.
Registration NC215521, does not correspond to a real aircraft.