TV Series (1990)
Hansjörg Felmy (Charlie Kapitzky - 12 épisodes)
Ezard Haußmann (Carsten Wolf - 12 épisodes)
Beatrice Kessler (Dr. Hanna Giese - 9 épisodes)
Friedrich Karl Praetorius (Ronny Moosbacher - 9 épisodes)
Claudia Wedekind (Vera Wolf - 8 épisodes)
Martin May (Kai Wolf - 8 épisodes)
Episode One - Doppeltes Spiel (1+2)
Flughafen Düsseldorf (DUS/EDDL).
Episode Two - Der Coup
The F27 on the left appears to be in one of many WDL liveries.
Too far and blurry to tell what is this Lufthansa airliner.
Episode Three - Das Attentat
CFM56-3 engine specific to the Series 300 is visible below.
This aircraft plays a major role in the movie. Registration N198GT, c/n 257123 built in 1981.
Episode Four - Ein Koffer voller Dollar
Episode Five - Mogadischu-Mann
Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A pod and propeller.
Episode Six - Weißes Gift
Registration CS-TET, c/n 22415/702. First flight September 1980 and delivered new to Monarch Airlines as G-DFUB. Leased to Midway Airlines in November 1984. Returned to Monarch Airlines in April 1987. Sold to Air Atlantis in January 1988, registered CS-TET. Leased to Canadian Airlines in November 1988, registered C-GQCA. Returned to Air Atlantis as CS-TET in May 1989. Wet leased to South African Airways in October 1989. Returned to Air Atlantis in May 1991. Transferred to TAP Portugal in October 1991. Sold to Damania Airways in Febraury 1993, registered VT-PDA. Sold to Sahara Airlines in December 1997, registerd VT-SIE. Sold to Blue Dart Aviation in June 2000. Re-registered VT-BDG in August 1981 with Infrastruture Leasing and Financial Services Ltd. Written-off in May 2013.
In 1990, it must be a Series 200.
To the left.
Some airliners in the far background.
Episode Eight - Diamantenlady
From left to right.
Episode Nine - Alte Freundschaft
Episode Ten - Notlandung
Left to right with partly seen Beechcraft King Air.
Episode Eleven - Die lange Nacht
Fictional Airline Nova European based on Germania livery.
Registration D-AGEE, c/n 24238/1626. Delivered new to Germania in October 1988 as D-AGEE. Leased to Ukraine International Airlines in April 1998, registered UR-GAG. Leased to Blue Panorama Airlines from June 1999 to April 2000, then to AeroSvit Airlines. Returned on lease to Blue Panorama Airlines in June 2002. Returned to Germania in March 2003. Leased to Deutsche BA in February 2004. Sold to TUIfly in February 2007. Wfu for scrapping at EGBP/GBA Cotswold, Kemble UK.
Episode Twelve - Rettungsflug
Registration G-BPKV, c/n SH3752. Delivered new on lease by RAS-Rheinland Air Service in April 1989, then bought by the company and registered D-CAAS in December 1990. Sold to Air Cargo Carriers in December 1993, registered N136LR. Sold to Sunstate Airlines in July 1996, registered VH-SUL. Crashed in December 2021 near Shabunda, Congo operated by Malu Aviation as 9S-GPS.
On the right.