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Wesley Snipes (Pete Nessip)
Gary Busey (Ty Moncrief)
Yancy Butler (Jessie Crossman)
Michael Jeter (Earl Leedy)
When his brother is killed whilst escorting a cyber-criminal on a transport flight, Pete Nessip sets out to prove that those responsible are still alive and to stop them completing their master plan. To do this he must team up with a group of skydivers and get on the inside.
- 1 Boeing 747-146
- 2 Bell 206B JetRanger
- 3 Cessna 182A
- 4 Fairchild Pilatus PC-6/B1-H2 Turbo Porter
- 5 Cessna 172
- 6 Douglas DC-3A-197E
- 7 Douglas C-47A-65-DL Skytrain
- 8 Cessna 180D
- 9 Piper J-3 Cub
- 10 De Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter
- 11 Piper PA-46 Malibu
- 12 Rockwell Commander 114
- 13 Various Aircraft
- 14 See also
Seen transporting Leedy and subsequent 'jailbreak'. Shown in fictional PAC Atlantic Air livery, registration N704CK, c/n 20528/191 of American International Airways (precursor to Kalitta Air.
). Broken up at Opa-Locka Executive Airport in Florida sometime during or after 2006.
Kalitta later operated two more 747s with the N704CK registration that this aircraft should not be confused with; a 747-209F/SCD with c/n 22299/462 that broke up on take-off at Brussels in 2008, and a 747-246F/SCD with c/n 23391/654 that is now in storage.
A hole can be seen in the rear port fuselage.
The second Bell carries the registration N57BL, serial 3167.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Rotary-Wing).
In the background at the skydiving school.
Jessie's plane is seen throughout the movie.
Reg. N346F Fairchild Pilatus PC-6/B1-H2 c/n 2001 built in 1966.
Seen in the background at Jesse's airfield.
Registration N129H, c/n 4126 built in 1941. Used by Moncrief's crew for their skydives. Another DC-3 is also used by another team, but in military livery.
Registration N3239T, c/n 19054 built in 1943. Carried serial 42-100591 with the USAAF, 2100591 with the Royal Norwegian Air Force, and 68-684 / K-684 with the Royal Danish Air Force before going back to the US for preservation with the Valiant Air Command Museum.
Seen at the Washington D.C. drop zone.
Seen here most clearly but also in the bcakground elsewhere.
Seen numerous times in Washington D.C.
Registration N129PM, c/n 114 built in 1968.
Registration N123FX, c/n 200 built in 1969.
On the tarmac in D.C.
At the Washington D.C. drop zone. Registration N5854N.
Quite a few overhead shots in this film.