The Airplanes of James Bond

After 46 hours watching all 22 films, our list numbers more than 150.



You've seen our list of the coolest airplanes appearing in nearly half a century’s worth of James Bond films.

Now, after watching all 22 Bond flicks, the editors at Air & Space have compiled a list of more than 150 aircraft and spacecraft (both fictional and non-) shown in the films.  Click through the photo gallery at right to see the list.

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Dr. No (1962)
Boeing 707;
Mercury spacecraft
From Russia With Love (1963)
Hiller UH-12 helicopters;
Boeing 707
Goldfinger (1964)
Lockheed L.1329 JetStar/C-140;
British United Carvair;
Lockheed VC-140B (the military VIP version of the JetStar);
Piper PA-28 Cherokee (5);
Hiller UH-12E4 helicopter;
Thunderball (1965)
Avro Vulcan bombers;
Bell 47J helicopter (with pontoons);
Bell Aerosystems rocket belt;
Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress;
Sikorsky S-62 Seaguard;
Skyhook rescue system
You Only Live Twice (1967)
Aerospatiale Alouette III 316B helicopter;
Kawasaki/Bell 47G-3 (5);
Bird 1 (Blofeld’s fictional two-stage rocket used to capture U.S. and Soviet spacecraft);
Wallis WA-116 “Little Nellie” autogyro;
Kawasaki-Vertol KV107-11 helicopter;
Meyers 200A;
“Jupiter 16” U.S. two-man capsule and launch missile;
Two air-to-air missiles;
Redstone rocket with Gemini capsule (for fictional Soviet spacecraft);
Japanese version of the AC-130; Convair B-58 Hustler;
Boeing B-52 Stratofortress;
Republic F-105 Thunderchief;
Russian Bear bombers (Tupolev Tu-95)

On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969)
Bell 204 Huey helicopter (3);
Bell 206 JetRanger helicopter
Diamonds are Forever (1971)
Bell 206B JetRanger helicopter; Bell UH-1H Huey helicopter;
Hughes OH-6A Cayuses;
(fictional) Blofeld’s diamond satellite weapon;
20-sided silver pod parachute;
ballistic missile;
Seaspeed hovercraft;
Surface-to-surface missiles
Live and Let Die (1973)
Boeing 747;
Bell 206 JetRanger helicopter;
Cessna 140;
Various civil aircraft parked at the “Bleeker Flying School”;
Hang glider
The Man with the Golden Gun (1974)
AMC Matador X Coupé (fictional);
Fuselage of a Chinese MiG;
Republic RC-3 Seabee seaplane
The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)
Bell 206 JetRanger helicopter;
Westland HH-3 Sea King and Wessex HC Mk 2 helicopters;
Undersea-to-air missile;
Polaris missile
Moonraker (1979)
Bell 206 JetRanger helicopter;
Aerospatiale-BAC Concorde;
Boeing 747 shuttling space shuttle;
Handley Page Jetstream Turboprop;
Prop-powered hang glider;
Rockwell International Space Shuttle (the “Moonraker” space shuttle);
Men in EVA suits;
Globes filled with nerve gas heading for Earth;
Drax’s “space station” (fictional)
For Your Eyes Only (1981)
Augusta/Bell AB 206 helicopter;
Cessna U206G Stationair Amphibian seaplane;
PZL Swidnik (Mil) Mi-2 helicopter
Octopussy (1983)
Aerospatiale helicopters: SA-316 Alouette III;
Aerospatiale helicopters SA 365C Dauphin;
Bede BD-5J “Acrostar” Microjet; Beech Model 18;
Hot air balloon;
Rapier surface-to-air missile;
General Dynamics F-111;
Various aircraft in opening scene, including an F-4
Never Say Never Again (1983)
XT-7B flying platform (fictional);
Rockwell B-1A Lancer;
Additional cargo aircraft, possibly a C-17
Cruise missiles;
Sea-to-air missiles
A View to a Kill (1985)
Aerospatiale SA 341/342 Gazelle helicopter;
Eurocopter (MBB) BO 105 helicopter;
SkyShip 500 (Max Zorin’s flying boardroom);
Smaller airship, designated G-BIHN (this airship is hidden inside Zorin’s Main Strike mine);
The Living Daylights (1987)
British Aerospace Harrier T.10;
Lockheed C-130 Hercules (M’s mobile headquarters—actually a C-123 Provider);
Transall C.160;
Bell UH-1H Huey helicopter;
2 missiles shot from Bond’s car;
British Airways Convair;
Miscellaneous civil aircraft
Licence to Kill (1989)
Aerospatiale HH-65A Dauphin helicopter;
Eurocopter 350B AStar;
Cessna 185 seaplane;
Cessna 172 Skyhawk;
Piper PA-18 Super Cub cropduster;
E-2 Hawkeye;
Various civil aircraft at airfield;
Stinger missiles
GoldenEye (1995)
Aerospatiale/Eurocopter 355 Ecureuil II helicopter;
Tiger helicopter (fictional?);
Bell 204 Huey helicopters;
Robinson R22 Beta;
Pilatus PC-6/B2-H4 Turbo-Porter;
Cessna 172 Skyhawk;
British Airways Airbus;
GoldenEye satellite weapons system (fictional);
Air-to-air missiles
Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)
Aero Vodochody L-39 Albatros;
Aerospatiale/Eurocopter AS 350B A-Star helicopter;
Aerospatiale/Eurocopter EC 135 helicopter;
Eurocopter AS 565 Panther Attack helicopter;
Sikorsky CH-53 Super Stallion;
Transall C.160;
Surface-to-air missile;
Air-to-air missiles;
Chinese MiGs;
Various satellites;
Stinger missile;
Car missiles;
McDonnell Douglas F-15
The World Is Not Enough (1999)
Eurocopter EC 135 helicopter;
Aerospatiale/Eurocopter AS 365N Dauphin;
Eurocopter AS 355F1 Ecureuil II helicopter;
Hot air balloon;
Parahawk hybrid Ultralight vehicle/snowmobile;
Unidentified Russian aircraft (2 props);
Surface-to-air missile
Die Another Day (2002)
Mil Mi-8 helicopter;
Antonov An-124;
MD 600N helicopter;
Griffon 2000TD hovercraft;
Bell-Textron rocket belt;
Bede Microjet;
Boeing CH-47 Chinook;
“personal jet gliders, known as switchblades” (based on the PHASST glider);
(fictional) Icarus satellite;
heat-seeking missiles in Bond’s Aston Martin Vanquish V12;
ASAT (anti-satellite missile)
Casino Royale (2006)
Boeing 747;
MD 600N helicopter;
“Skyfleet S570 prototype” (fictional world’s largest passenger aircraft targeted by terrorist banker Le Chiffre) (Virgin Atlantic Airbus A340-600);
De Havilland Canada Twin Otter Seaplane
Quantum of Solace (2008)
Unknown, but rumor has it that these aircraft will appear:
Douglas DC-3;
Siai Marchetti SF.260TP;
Boeing 747