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Bikini Airways

Fri Jan 16, 2004 8:19 pm

Hello everyone! No, this is not about a new airline called Bikini Airlines or anything. So don't get your hopes up. Anyway, this morning I was getting dressed for school and turned on the tv. I flipped it to HBO and saw a movie called Bikini Airways. I watched the last 30 minutes of it and from what I saw, this movie must've have the WORST ratings. All it really was, was a porno flick with a SMALL story behind it. All the last 30 minutes contained was 3 different couples having sex in first class, business class, and economy class. Then the captain and first officer come downstairs (B747) and take pics, while leaving the plane to fly on autopilot alone. As far as aviation accuracy, and I don't think they were worried about it, it was the most inaccurate movie I've seen. The cabin and cockpit showed something similar to a 747-400 but on landing it showed clips of a 747 first, then an MD-80 then an L-1011. On approach, the pilot announces that everyone (all of 6 people on a 744) should take their seat and fasten up but that there shouldn't be a turbulence so you can grab whoever you want. Then he says they should be in Miami shortly but get this: it shows a clip (obviously on blue screen through the cockpit) of Meigs field in Chicago. And one of the ho's on the flight goes to flight deck, sit on the first officers lap and says: "Is that Miami?". The captain goes, "I suppose so..." Then they land and the captain finishes by saying, "I think that was my best landing so far." WEIRD MOVIE!!!

It was kinda funny though to see how STUPID it was. But like I said, it was more of a porno flick than an aviation movie. I actually found a few links selling it on DVD:


Has anyone here seen that movie?
Please comment.
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RE: Bikini Airways

Fri Jan 16, 2004 8:59 pm

Damn do they even broadcast this in the morning in the USA?? No I have not seen this movie and probably will never too...

However I think it's another classic variation to the wife-is-home-alone-and-the-plumber-is-coming-movies!

I think you'd better post this in non-aviation next time, since, as you explained yourself, the link to aviation is far away...

Kind regards,

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