I think we can assume that if you are reading this, you must be interested in airplanes and the world of aviation, however, a little inspiration never hurts anyone…

Those Magnificent Men in their Flying Machines (1965)

What? A popular comedy in the 1960s for an air race across the English Channel.

Why? A tribute to the first flight, classic music and old-school movies at their best.

Airplane! (1980)

What? Food poisoning kills the crew, and a former pilot must try to land the plane safely.

Why? Get ready for a one-line deal and you won’t be able to point on autopilot one more way…

Top Gun (1986)

What? Tom Cruise stars as a maverick pilot in one of the best airplane movies of all time.

Why? “I think it’s important… the need for speed”, honestly, this list wouldn’t be complete without Top Gun. 80s clichés, shirtless volleyball games, smug Tom Cruise and a great soundtrack, what more could you ask for? Love it or hate it, this film is as cherished today as it was when it was first made 30 years ago, and will likely become an iconic reference for years to come. come.

Pearl Harbour (2001)

What? Hollywood’s description of the air attack on the US naval base at Pearl Harbour that led the US into World War II.

Why? Well, this is, to be honest, a little cliche… However, the 40-minute battle scene is awesome, well-directed, and worth watching.

The Aviator (2004)

What? Leonardo DiCaprio stars as the famous pilot and billionaire Howard Hughes.

Why? Leonardo DiCaprio. Musically, this film won 5 academic awards and is a wonderful presentation of Hughes – the founder of aviation, the designer of airplanes and the holder of aviation records.

Les chevaliers du ciel (2005)

What? The French version of Top Gun

Why? To be seen only for cinema and aerial footage, the film was made in collaboration with the French Air Force, using real planes and pilots, the results are spectacular.

One Six Right (2005)

What? Articles about airports in California

Why? The idea may not sound exciting, but fear not, it is truly a tribute to the world of aviation! Pilots and enthusiasts agree that the film manages to capture and visualize the effect that attracts people to shoot. A must-have for every pilot!

Snakes on a Plane (2006)

What? Cue Samuel L Jackson and a deadly snake, 30,000 feet in the air.

Why? For comic relief and entertainment that’s as good as finding the hottest NZ sports betting tips.

Amelia (2009)

What? Amelia Earhart was the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean, she tragically lost her way around the world in 1937. This is one of the most dramatic moments of her life.

Why? The real Earhart was a beautiful woman, and an aviator, whose story deserves to be told.

Sully (2016)

What? A film adaptation of the story behind US Airways Flight 1549, also known as the “Miracle on the Hudson”

Why? If you want to be a pilot and know a little about the events of January 15, 2009, it’s pretty self-explanatory. Tom Hanks is handsome as always.

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