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Flight 90: Disaster on the Potomac (TV Movie 1984) Poster

Goofs

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Continuity 

Some close-up shots of the parked Boeing 737 in Miami show its registration as being N81AF. The real registration of the aircraft was N62AF, accurately depicted in the flight deck.
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Air Florida flight 90 is a Boeing 737 throughout the movie, but the scene right before the impact shows instead a McDonnell Douglas DC-9.
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Factual errors 

The tractor shown "pushing" the aircraft off the gate is a baggage tug, that would not have the weight or the power to move even an empty 737.
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When flight 90 is being deiced, the tail of a 727 is shown, which has a T type tail. The 737 has a conventional tail.
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