Bergerac

Welcome to IMPDb!
Upgrades are done and editing is back on!
Dedicated to identifying aircraft throughout Movies, Television, and Video Games!


Share/Bookmark

Dear Friends:

Two short years ago we created this message box on our home page, asking for your help to keep this site up and running. In that time, many of you have generously donated to our PayPal account and we are forever grateful. With your help, we've been able to make the necessary upgrades to our server to keep the site running more smoothly than ever!

The meager ad revenue generated by this site isn't sufficient to cover the annual cost of running the server, and we who manage it have never made money from it.

In an effort to continue serving the needs of aviation enthusiasts around the world, we continue to ask for donations to keep this site up and running. If you're still enjoying this website and would like to help us continue being the BEST site on the Internet for your aviation screenshot needs, please consider donating.

Thank you,
Tobin & Rush



From The Internet Movie Plane Database
Revision as of 08:57, 26 February 2012 by Sandie (talk | contribs) (Category:Unidentified AircraftUnidentified Aircraft)

Jump to: navigation, search
Bergerac series one DVD boxset.

TV Series (1981-1991)

Starring:
John Nettles (D.S. Jim Bergerac )
Terrence Alexander (Charlie Hungerford)
Sean Arnold (Ch. Insp. Crozier)
Mela White (Diamante Lil)
David Kershaw (D.C. Ben Lomas)
Nancy Mansfield (Peggy Masters)

Detective Sergeant Jim Bergerac solves crimes on the island of Jersey with the help of his father-in-law and local tycoon Charlie Hungerford.

Series One

Piper PA-32 Cherokee Six

From episode 1.01. This plane is stolen and is chased by a van down the runway at Jersey airport. This nearly results in a massive aircrash with the airliner below but the airliner takes evasive action.

Bergerac 1.01 PA-28 5.jpg
Bergerac 1.01 PA-28 4.jpg
Bergerac 1.01 PA-28 2.jpg
Bergerac 1.01 PA-28 3.jpg

Piper PA-28 Cherokee

Supposedly the aircraft above after it ran out of fuel and crashed into a forest in Brittany.

Bergerac 1.01 PA-28 7.jpg
Bergerac 1.01 PA-28 6.jpg

Another PA-28: G-BCVV a Piper PA-28-151 Cherokee Warrior (Serial 28-7515121) is seen when Bergerac is speaking to a man at the flying school regarding the crashed Cherokee.

Bergerac 1.01 2 PA-28.jpg

Hawker Siddeley HS.121 Trident 1C

At the start of the episode Bergerac is returning to Jersey on board this airliner. It has a near miss with the above aircraft and an Escort Van racing down the runway.

Hawker Siddeley HS.121 Trident 1C of British European Airways.

BAC-111-510ED One-Eleven

Supposed to be the same aircraft as above.

BAC-111-510ED One-Eleven of British Airways.
BAC-111-510ED One-Eleven of British Airways.
BAC-111-510ED One-Eleven of British Airways.

Reims-Cessna F152

Seen in the background in 1.01 at an airfield.
Registration G-BHRN; Construction number 1728. Was built in 1980 so was pretty much brand new at filming date.

Bergerac 1.01 Cessna.jpg
Bergerac 1.01 Cessna 2.jpg

Piper PA-31-310 Turbo Navajo B

Seen partially through the window.
Registration G-BCAT; Construction Number 31-7401222.

Bergerac 1.01 G-BCAT.jpg
Bergerac 1.01 G-BCAT 2.jpg

de Havilland DH89 Dragon Rapide

Another background aircraft from the flying school in 1.01.

Bergerac 1.01 Unidentified 2.jpg
Bergerac 1.01 Unidentified.jpg

Unidentified Aircraft

I am most interested in the yellow aircraft also seen above.

Bergerac 1.01 Various Planes.jpg
Bergerac 1.01 Various Planes 2.jpg
Bergerac 1.01 Various Planes 3.jpg

Westland SA 341 Gazelle

Used briefly in episode 1.05 See You in Moscow.

Bergerac 1.05 Gazelle 2.jpg
Bergerac 1.05 Gazelle.jpg

2.03 Clap Hands, Here Comes Charlie.

Bergerac 2.03 Gazelle.jpg

Hawker Siddley Argosy E

Seen in the background in See You in Moscow.

Bergerac 1.05 Unknown.jpg

Unidentified Model Aircraft

1.08 Late for a Funeral. Model aircraft seen early on in the episode. If not identifiable as a real type can be deleted.

Bergerac 1.09 Un.jpg
Bergerac 1.09 Un 2.jpg
Bergerac 1.09 Un 4.jpg
Bergerac 1.09 Un 5.jpg
Bergerac 1.09 Un 6.jpg

Supermarine Spitfire LF Mk.V C

1.08 Late for a Funeral. Seen in an aviation museum.
Registration G-AWII and serial AR501.

Bergerac 1.09 Spitfire.jpg
Bergerac 1.09 Spitfire 2.jpg

Unidentified Aircraft

1.08 Late for a Funeral. Seen in an aviation museum.

Bergerac 1.09 5 Un.jpg
Bergerac 1.09 5 Un 2.jpg

Unidentified Aircraft

1.08 Late for a Funeral. Seen in an aviation museum.

Bergerac 1.09 7 Un.jpg

Unidentified Aircraft

1.08 Late for a Funeral. Seen in a film used by the curator of an aviation museum when he is pretending he is shooting down German aircraft.

Bergerac 1.09 6 Un.jpg

North American B-25 Mitchell

1.08 Late for a Funeral. Bergerac's boss Inspector Crozier is an aviation enthusiast. This model is seen in his study.

Bergerac 1.09 B-25.jpg
Bergerac 1.09 B-25 2.jpg

Unidentified Model Aircraft

1.08 Late for a Funeral. Bergerac's boss Inspector Crozier is an aviation enthusiast. This is one of the model aircraft in his study.

Bergerac 1.09 2 Un.jpg

Unidentified Model Aircraft

1.08 Late for a Funeral. Bergerac's boss Inspector Crozier is an aviation enthusiast. This is one of the model aircraft in his study.

Bergerac 1.09 4 Un.jpg

Unidentified Aircraft

1.08 Late for a Funeral. Poster seen in Inspector Crozier's study.

Bergerac 1.09 3 Un.jpg

Britten-Norman BN-2A Mk3-2 Trislander

From episode 1.09
Seen landing at Southampton Airport supposedly with Bergerac onboard.
Registration G-AZLJ; Construction Number 319.

Britten-Norman BN-2A Trislander of Aurigny Air Services.
BergeracPlane2.jpg

Series Two

Piper PA-34-200T Seneca II

2.03 Clap Hands, Here Comes Charlie, appears at the end of the episode when dodgy businessman Eugene Field is forced to leave the island.
Registration G-PLUS and serial 34-8070111.

G-PLUS, Piper PA-34-200T Seneca II of Skycabs.

Unidentified Aircraft

2.03 Clap Hands, Here Comes Charlie, seen in the background.

Bergerac 2.03 2 Un.jpg

de Havilland Canada DHC-6 310 Twin Otter

2.06 Fall of a Birdman. Bergerac's investigation into the death of a hand-glider leads him to this plane and its pilot which nearly collided with the hand-glider before his death.

G-BIMW, de Havilland Canada DHC-6 310 Twin Otter of Aurigny Air Services.
G-BIMW, de Havilland Canada DHC-6 310 Twin Otter of Aurigny Air Services.
G-BIMW, de Havilland Canada DHC-6 310 Twin Otter of Aurigny Air Services.
G-BIMW, de Havilland Canada DHC-6 310 Twin Otter of Aurigny Air Services.
G-BIMW, de Havilland Canada DHC-6 310 Twin Otter of Aurigny Air Services.

Unidentified Aircraft

2.06 Fall of a Birdman. When the Twin Otter posted above nearly collides with a hand-glider this plane is shown.

Bergerac 2.06 G-BIMW.jpg

Unidentified Aircraft

2.06 Fall of a Birdman. Seen in the background at Jersey airport.

Bergerac 2.06 2 Un.jpg
Bergerac 2.06 2 Un 2.jpg

Hawker Siddeley HS.125 400B

2.07 A Miracle Every Week.
Registration G-BAZB and C/N 25252.

Bergerac 2.07 HS125.jpg

Unidentified Aircraft

2.08 A Perfect Recapture. Used by French criminals to fly to Jersey. However, the plane's landing gear breaks leading to it crashing upon landing.
Registration F-AYCO.

Bergerac 2.08 F-AYCO.jpg
Bergerac 2.08 F-AYCO 3.jpg
Bergerac 2.08 F-AYCO 4.jpg
Bergerac 2.08 F-AYCO 5.jpg
Bergerac 2.08 F-AYCO 8.jpg

Unidentified Aircraft and Bolkow BO 208C Junior

2.08 A Perfect Recapture. Both seen in the background in a hangar.
Registration of the Bolkow is G-ATZA and the serial is 629.

Bergerac 2.08 Un 2.jpg
Bergerac 2.08 Un.jpg
Bergerac 2.08 Un 3.jpg

Reims-Cessna F150M

2.08 A Perfect Recapture. Seen in the background at an airfield.
Registration G-BCPE and serial 1159.

Bergerac 2.08 G-BCPE.jpg
Bergerac 2.08 G-BCPE 2.jpg

Unidentified Aircraft

2.08 A Perfect Recapture.

Bergerac 2.08 2 Un.jpg

Handley Page Dart Herald 213

2.09 The Moonlight Girls. Seen twice in the background.
Registration G-AVPN and Construction Number 176.

G-AVPN, Handley Page Dart Herald 213 of Air UK
G-AVPN, Handley Page Dart Herald 213 of Air UK

Another Air UK Dart Herald can be spotted in 3.02 A Hole in the Bucket.

Bergerac 3.02 Herald.jpg
Bergerac 3.02 Herald 2.jpg

And in 3.08 The Company You Keep.

Bergerac 3.08 Herald.jpg

Series Three

Reims-Cessna F182Q Skylane

3.02 A Hole in the Bucket. Bergerac is protecting a young woman but she is abducted and the abductors use this plane in their attempt to escape. Bergerac chases them down the beach in a car. Registration G-BGAJ and serial 0096.

Bergerac 3.02 CE182 2.jpg
Bergerac 3.02 CE182 4.jpg
Bergerac 3.02 CE182 6.jpg
Bergerac 3.02 CE182 7.jpg
Bergerac 3.02 CE182 8.jpg

BAC Super One-Eleven

Similar British Airways One-Elevens appear during Series Three. One would assume they filmed one plane at the same time for all the scenes.
3.02 A Hole in the Bucket.

BAC Super One-Eleven of British Airways.

3.06 A Touch of Eastern Promise.

BAC Super One-Eleven of British Airways.
BAC Super One-Eleven of British Airways.
BAC Super One-Eleven of British Airways.

3.08 The Company You Keep.

BAC Super One-Eleven of British Airways.

Various Aircraft

3.02 A Hole in the Bucket. Among them the Reims-Cessna F182Q posted above

Bergerac 3.02 Var.jpg

Vickers Viscount 806

3.06 A Touch of Eastern Promise. Seen in the background.
Registration G-AOYP and serial 265.

G-AOYP, Vickers Viscount 806 of Jersey Air Ferries.

Unidentified Aircraft

3.06 A Touch of Eastern Promise. Seen in the background. I seem to have missed the shot showing it had two engines.

Bergerac 3.06 2 Un.jpg

Unidentified Aircraft

3.08 The Company You Keep.

Bergerac 3.08 Un.jpg
Bergerac 3.08 Un 2.jpg

Reims Aviation F172N Skyhawk

3.08 The Company You Keep.
Registration F-GBQU and serial 1905.

Bergerac 3.08 F-GBQU.jpg

Unidentified Aircraft

3.08 The Company You Keep.

of Aer Lingus

Unidentified Aircraft

3.08 The Company You Keep.

Bergerac 3.08 2 Un.jpg


Back To:


See also