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Promotional poster for Up in the Air.

Movie (2009)

Starring:
George Clooney (Ryan Bingham)
Vera Farmiga (Alex Goran)
Anna Kendrick (Natalie Keener)
Jason Bateman (Craig Gregory)

A corporate 'downsizer' fears for his lifestyle when a new employee ushers in the new technology, technology that will eliminate the need for people such as himself to travel around the country living out of a suitcase. He must find a way to protect his lifestyle, whilst training his new nemesis and avoid sabotaging himself after meeting a likeminded fellow traveler.

McDonnell Douglas MD-82/3

American Airlines legacy domestic aircraft is seen throughout this movie.

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Boeing 757-223

Again seen in American Airlines colours.

Boeing 757-223 of American Airlines.
Boeing 757-223 of American Airlines.

Boeing 737-700

Southwest Airlines this time.

Boeing 737-700 of Southwest Airlines.
This is most likely a Southwest Airlines aircraft, but the exact model in unclear as it impossible to identify any winglets.

Boeing 747-400

Most likely a Delta Air Lines 747.

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