The Airplanes of James Bond

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

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From Russia With Love (1963)

 

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.

Additions? Corrections? Let us know, in the comments section below.

For Your Eyes Only (1981)
Augusta/Bell AB 206 helicopter;
Cessna U206G Stationair Amphibian seaplane;
PZL Swidnik (Mil) Mi-2 helicopter For Your Eyes Only (1981)
Quantum of Solace (2008)
Unknown, but rumor has it that these aircraft will appear:
Douglas DC-3;
Siai Marchetti SF.260TP;
Boeing 747 Quantum of Solace (2008)
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 Casino Royale (2006)
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;
parachutes;
heat-seeking missiles in Bond’s Aston Martin Vanquish V12;
ASAT (anti-satellite missile) Die Another Day (2002)
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 The World Is Not Enough (1999)
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;
Parachute;
Surface-to-air missile;
Air-to-air missiles;
Chinese MiGs;
Various satellites;
Stinger missile;
Car missiles;
McDonnell Douglas F-15 Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)
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;
MiG-29s;
British Airways Airbus;
GoldenEye satellite weapons system (fictional);
Bond!;
Air-to-air missiles GoldenEye (1995)
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;
Learjet;
Various civil aircraft at airfield;
Parachutes;
Stinger missiles Licence to Kill (1989)
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;
Parachutes;
2 missiles shot from Bond’s car;
British Airways Convair;
Miscellaneous civil aircraft The Living Daylights (1987)
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);
Parachute A View to a Kill (1985)
Never Say Never Again (1983)
XT-7B flying platform (fictional);
Rockwell B-1A Lancer;
C-130
Additional cargo aircraft, possibly a C-17
Cruise missiles;
Sea-to-air missiles Never Say Never Again (1983)
Octopussy (1983)
Aerospatiale helicopters: SA-316 Alouette III;
Aerospatiale helicopters SA 365C Dauphin;
Bede BD-5J “Acrostar” Microjet; Beech Model 18;
Hot air balloon;
Parachutes;
Rapier surface-to-air missile;
General Dynamics F-111;
Various aircraft in opening scene, including an F-4 Octopussy (1983)
Dr. No (1962)
Boeing 707;
Mercury spacecraft Dr. No (1962)
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);
Parachutes;
Men in EVA suits;
Globes filled with nerve gas heading for Earth;
Drax’s “space station” (fictional) Moonraker (1979)
The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)
Bell 206 JetRanger helicopter;
Westland HH-3 Sea King and Wessex HC Mk 2 helicopters;
Parachute;
Undersea-to-air missile;
Polaris missile The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)
The Man with the Golden Gun (1974)
AMC Matador X Coupé (fictional);
Fuselage of a Chinese MiG;
Republic RC-3 Seabee seaplane The Man with the Golden Gun (1974)
Live and Let Die (1973)
Boeing 747;
Bell 206 JetRanger helicopter;
Cessna 140;
Various civil aircraft parked at the “Bleeker Flying School”;
Hang glider Live and Let Die (1973)
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 Diamonds are Forever (1971)

On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969)
Bell 204 Huey helicopter (3);
Bell 206 JetRanger helicopter
On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969)
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;
Parachute;
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;
MiG-17s;
Russian Bear bombers (Tupolev Tu-95) You Only Live Twice (1967)
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 Thunderball (1965)
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;
Parachute;
DC-3 Goldfinger (1964)
From Russia With Love (1963)
Hiller UH-12 helicopters;
Boeing 707 From Russia With Love (1963)