F.B.I. operazione Baalbeck

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F.B.I. operazione Baalbeck movie poster.

Movie (1964)
English title: Last Plane to Baalbek
French title : Dernier avion pour Baalbeck
German title : Operation Baalbeck
Spanish title : La moneda rota
Greek title : F.B.I. enantion dolofonon

Starring:
Rossana Podestà (Isabel Moore)
Jacques Sernas (Nicholas 'Nick' Mann)
George Sanders (Prince Makowski)
Folco Lulli (John Volpi)
Leopoldo Trieste (Pagani)
Miranda Martino (The Singer)

An Interpol agent is tasked with investigating the deaths of several other agents.

SNCASE SE 210 Caravelle I

Registration F-BHHH, c/n 01. Prototype of Caravelle, maiden flight of the 27th May 1995 as F-WHHH bearing a mixed SNCASE / Air France livery, developed by SNCASE that will become Sud Aviation in 1957. Demo aircraft painted in SAS colours in May 1956, registered F-BHHH named Finn Viking. Back to Air France livery with F-BHHH registration, changed to Sud Aviation livery in the early 1960s. Final flight in April 1966. Displayed at Aéroport Paris Orly with Air France colours, then AP-Aeroport de Paris coulours in the 1970s. Last years with Air Inter livery 1982-1986. Broken up in October 1986.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.
Landing at Aéroport Toulouse-Blagnac (TLS/LFBO) in the spot below.

F-BHHH Prototype SNCASE SE 210 Caravellle I in a mixed SNCASE / Air France livery.
F-BHHH Prototype SNCASE SE 210 Caravellle I with Air France colours.

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle III

At Maṭār Bayrūt ad-Dwaliyy /Beirut International Airport (BEI/OLBA).

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle III of Air France.

Registration F-BKGZ, c/n 83. First flight in June 1961, registered F-BJTC. Built for Air France but not delivered, used for training flights. Leased to Air Liban in August 1961, registered OD-ADY. Sold to Air France as F-BKGZ in December 1961, named Bourbonnais. Renamed Comté de Foix in April 1962. Leased again to Air Liban between December 1963 and January 1964. Return to Air France. Leased to Royal Air Lao between September 1974 and December 1975 registered XW-PNH, used for UNHCR flights 10/75 - 11/75. Return to France in December 1975, re-registered F-BSGZ. Written off in August 1976 at Ho Chi Minh Ville, hijacker exploded grenade in cockpit while still on tarmac. Scrapped in 1991.

Reg.F-BKGZ Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle III Comté de Foix of Air France.

De Havilland DH106 Comet 4C

At Maṭār Bayrūt ad-Dwaliyy /Beirut International Airport (BEI/OLBA).

De Havilland DH106 Comet 4C of Middle East Airlines-Air Liban.

Vickers 739 Viscount

Vickers 739 Viscount of United Arab Airlines.

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle III (desk model)

Seems to have F-BEHL registration, which match with nothing real.

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle III (desk model).

Douglas C-47-DL Skytrain

Registration OD-AAM, c/n 4495. Delivered to the USAAF in July 1942, registered 41-18433. Bought by Air France in July 1947, registered F-BCYR. Sold to CGT in August 1947, registered LR-AAM. Re-registered OD-AAM with Air Liban in May 1951. Sold to Aden Airways in July 1964, registered VR-AAZ named RMA Ataq. Sold to Air Djibouti in July 1968, registered F-OCKT. Written off in July 1969 after a crash into sea off Djibouti.

Reg.OD-AAM Douglas C-47-DL Skytrain of Air Liban.
Reg.OD-AAM Douglas C-47-DL Skytrain of Air Liban.

Douglas C-47A-85-DL Skytrain

Registration OD-ABQ, c/n 20012. Delivered to the USAAF in 1943, registered 43-15546. Bought by SAGCC-Secrétariat Général de l'Aviation Civile et Commerciale in August 1946, registered F-BAXK. Sold to Air France in March 1950. Sold to Aero Portuguesa in June 1950, registered CS-ADB. Sold to Air Liban in April 1953, registered OD-ABQ. Sold to Kasturi and Sons, registered VT-DTS, used to deliver the Indu newspaper in distant areas until. Transferred to Flytech Aviation Academy, Nadargul, India. Used for ground training. Was used in 1965 in the Bollywood murder mystery movie Gumnaam.

Reg.OD-ABQ Douglas C-47A-85-DL Skytrain of Air Liban.
Reg.OD-ABQ Douglas C-47A-85-DL Skytrain of Air Liban.

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle VI-N & Douglas C-47 Skytrain & Douglas DC-8

At Maṭār Bayrūt ad-Dwaliyy /Beirut International Airport (BEI/OLBA). Unknown livery for the DC-8 in the background.

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle VI-N of Alitalia, Douglas C-47 Skytrain of Air Liban, and unknown Douglas DC-8.

Hiller UH-12A

Registration N9743F, c/n 167. Built in April 1959, registered N8167H. Bought by Helicopter Sales Ltd in May 1960, registered G-APZO. Sold to Executive Helicopters Ltd. Sold to Egyptian owner, registered SU-ALK in February 1961. Return to US register in July 1963, registered N9743F. Sold to Arthur John Mankenzie Chadwick, Geneva in December 1963.

Reg.N9743F Hiller UH-12A.
Reg.N9743F Hiller UH-12A.
Reg.N9743F Hiller UH-12A.
Reg.N9743F Hiller UH-12A.
Reg.N9743F Hiller UH-12A.

Douglas C-54 Skymaster

At Maṭār Bayrūt ad-Dwaliyy /Beirut International Airport (BEI/OLBA).

Douglas C-54 Skymaster of Air Liban.

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