Movie Airplanes

Saturday, March 24, 2001

Chances are, if you’ve seen an airplane in a movie, it was a set. With air traffic delays on the rise, it’s not surprising that film crews are not considered a welcome addition to a busy landing strip. Reporter Rachael Myrow journeys to the north end of San Fernando Valley where moviemakers pay big to get inside a plane that never leaves the ground.

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