Red Sky (2014)
Cam Gigandet (Butch Masters)
Shane West (Tom Craig)
Rachael Leigh Cook (a journalist)
Troy Garity (a Navy fighter pilot)
Disgraced Top Gun fighter pilot Butch Masters leads a rogue squad in recovery of a WMD. Masters must navigate a fractured friendship, a love triangle, and must take to the skies to reclaim his military and personal honor.
Hornet AB-201, serial 166797. Prowler in the left background. Same aircraft in other works at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.
Probably Sikorsky SH-60 Seahawk on the right.
Likely registration N76584, c/n 1A07056 built in 1954. At Reno Stead Airport (RTS/KRTS).
At Reno Stead Airport (RTS/KRTS), with a Aero L-29 Delfin registration N179EP at left.
Two Delfins with an Albatros. Closer Delfin is registration N179EP, c/n 591699 built in 1965. At Reno Stead Airport (RTS/KRTS). Farther is probably registration N9196N, c/n 591330 built in 1965.
Narrow-body four-engined airliner over Departure Hall, Pulkovo 2 Airport (LED/ULLI), St. Petersburg. Probably a CGI as this shape is close to older airfames such Boeing 707/720 or Convair 880.
Sukhoi Su-27UB of the Russian Knights Aerobatic team.
Blue 15 of the Russian Knights Aerobatic team.
82 Red, registration RF-93693.
During the final dogfight.
Butch's home is in fact this Ilyushin Il-18 (or an Il-20M if the fairing is original -but in this case, the SLAR housing under the fuselage is missing-).
Registration RA-75678 (?) not found on databases.
When Butch left his painting, and goes to the main room, we can see paintings and illustrations of ...
Wearing code Red 7723.
The other aircraft (top) is a Mikoyan MiG-29.
Registration N615RC, c/n T33-615. At Reno Stead Airport (RTS/KRTS).
Reg. N590RC c/n 590 Canadair CT-133 Silver Star christened Specline Special since 2004 when it was sold to the civil market. At Reno Stead Airport (RTS/KRTS).
Under the cover. At left, the nose of an Aero L-29 Delfin.
A shape similar to the first CANT Z.1007 (Italian bomber of World War Two) but dropping from high altitude with such an old aircraft has no sense in the 21st century !
It's easy : Good Guys are piloting Sukhoi Su-27s but the Mikoyan MiG-29s are manned by Bad Guys.
Despite action is over Syria and acted by Soviet and Iranian aircrafts, we have these two glimpses of Slovakian aircrafts.