This British TV adventure series is about a couple of
treasure hunters and global travellers played by Michael Landes and Ophelia Lovibond.
First episode The
Amazon features a Eurocopter EC-120B searching the South American jungle
for the remains of a lost Victorian explorer.
In the show’s main rotary action,
the pilot betrays the heroine but the hero climbs aboard the Colibri for some
low-flying stunts over the river, where the heroes jump out before the chopper
crashes into a rocky hill-side.
includes an unlikely Bell 206 JetRanger in rural
has a Bell 407,
without its rear doors, flying the villain and his henchmen to a mountain
A follow-up movie to Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice (2016) this features a couple of AH-64 Apache
Longbow helicopters destroyed in flight by a super-villain on the Midway City
Carrying troops, an MD 500E lands at the FEMA camp during the evacuation of civilians,
and a Bell 206L LongRanger is parked in the background of this scene.
Black Hawk drops off convicts for suicide squad, Task Force X, at the military
Two Boeing CH-47 transports fly teams into the city, where
one Chinook is shot down and it crashes sideways to roll through a car park. The second helicopter lands safely near the crash site.
Later, when it's hijacked by
the Joker, a rescue Chinook hovers near a roof-top and shoots at the squad of
antiheroes. Harley Quinn jumps off the roof and she grabs a rope to dangle
beneath the getaway helicopter, but the Chinook is hit by a missile and the
burning chopper crashes off-screen.
Finally, an MH-60 gunship picks up the task
force chief from the roof-top. The rescue Black Hawk flies away, spraying chaff,
but is soon downed and it crash lands in the street.
Directed by Stephen Chow, this Chinese fantasy rom-com
features a Eurocopter EC-120B Colibri that chases a mermaid off the shore, and
the airborne villainess fires a torpedo into the sea that blasts the heroine
out of the water.
The featured helicopter in this crime thriller is a Bell 206-L LongRanger,
which first appears as a cartoon version during the caper movie’s animated
titles sequence. Later, through binoculars, a Black Hawk is seen airborne
when the gang of thieves spy on a private airfield.
Finally, the LongRanger
arrives as the heroes’ getaway vehicle from a hotel roof-top. In the background
of some poster artwork for this movie, there are two Russian Hind helicopters,
but nothing like that appears on screen.