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Poll: Preferred Mode of Transport (Air)

It's your lucky day and you can have a spin through the air in any one of these devices. Some will give you comfort and speed or guarantee a safe arrival, others require you to believe in miracles. Which way of travelling above the ground appeals to you the most?

List compiled with a lot of help from others, especially ur0127678

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    One Six Right (2005)

    If you're a bit of an adrenaline junkie this one's perfect for you. Go for a spin in a stunt plane like this one from One Six Right (2005).
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    Leonardo DiCaprio in The Aviator (2004)

    Enjoy a flight in Leonardo DiCaprio's plane from The Aviator (2004)
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    Black Hawk Down (2001)

    Go on a mission with the best in this iconic helicopter from Black Hawk Down (2001). A bit of abseiling is included in the adventure.
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    "Around the World in Eighty (80) Days" David Niven, Cantinflas 1956 United Artists

    Even if you haven't got 80 days, you might opt for a leisurely trip in a hot air balloon like David Niven and Cantinflas, who do go Around the World in 80 Days (1956).
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    Robin Williams, Brad Kane, Linda Larkin, Lea Salonga, Scott Weinger, and Frank Welker in Aladdin (1992)

    Give your imagination free rein and join Aladdin (1992) and Jasmine on their flying carpet. Not to be missed.
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    Julie Andrews in Mary Poppins (1964)

    Here's an idea! Open your brolly and see where the winds will carry you, just like Julie Andrews in Mary Poppins (1964).
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    Avatar (2009)

    You don't even have to create an Avatar (2009) to go for a ride on the awe-inspiring Toruk. If this is your wish, it's granted!
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    Rupert Grint, Matthew Lewis, Daniel Radcliffe, Zoë Wanamaker, and Emma Watson in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001)

    A bit of witchcraft desired? Join the class at Hogwarts and learn how to ride your broomstick along with all the others in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001).
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    Carey Lowell and Timothy Dalton in Licence to Kill (1989)

    Small airplanes are fun. But if you travel James Bond style with Timothy Dalton, who has Licence to Kill (1989), and Carey Lowell, you might be in for more excitement than you bargained for.
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    "The Spirit of St. Louis," James Stewart 1957 Warner / MPTV

    This is your once in a lifetime chance to take to the air in the iconic The Spirit of St. Louis (1957). With James Stewart, no less.
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    Peter O'Toole and Steve Railsback in The Stunt Man (1980)

    Another proposition altogether. You're a film buff, aren't you? Peter O'Toole's killer crane from The Stunt Man (1980) will get you off the ground and give you a full view of the entire set. You may have to push Steve Railsback out first (he won't mind, he's the stunt man after all). There's just not enough room for three in that seat.
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    Noah Hathaway and Alan Oppenheimer in The NeverEnding Story (1984)

    This furry dragon will fly with you to the world of fantasy. And the great thing is, it's The NeverEnding Story (1984), The NeverEnding Story, so you'll never have to go back to your dreary everyday life! If you're newly in love this option may not appeal...
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    Christopher Reeve in Superman (1978)

    Grab the kryptonite and be Superman (1978) for a day. Give Christopher Reeves a day off.
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    Jay Baruchel and America Ferrera in How to Train Your Dragon (2010)

    You may have to take a crash course How to Train Your Dragon (2010) before you can go off like Hiccup and Astrid, but it's an experience you'll never forget.
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    Nicolas Cage and Matthew Modine in Birdy (1984)

    Maybe it's your dream to become a bird, just like Matthew Modine in Birdy (1984). Give it a go, you might never get the chance again.
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    Sean Connery and Desmond Llewelyn in You Only Live Twice (1967)

    You Only Live Twice (1967), but even then today is the one chance ever you have to borrow Sean Connery's one man (or woman) plane.
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    Rudolph's Shiny New Year (1976)

    Christmas is over and it's Rudolph's Shiny New Year (1976), but you still might fancy a ride in Santa's sleigh.
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    Only today! Special offer! The Concorde has been grounded for years, but it will take to the skies for you... yes: The Concorde... Airport '79 (1979).
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    Up (2009)

    No need to wait for your 1000th birthday to get 1000 balloons. This once you can have them for free. Tie them to your house and Up (2009) you go, just like Carl did. Off to South America!
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    Barbie and the Magic of Pegasus 3-D (2005)

    It could just be that it's your dream to join Barbie and the Magic of Pegasus 3-D (2005). Today it can come true.
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    Marc Wolff in The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)

    Vote for this if you'd like to go for a spin in a nifty chopper with or without The Spy Who Loved Me (1977).
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    Sky Fighters (2005)

    This one is for real speed junkies! And French is so sexy... Sky Fighters (2005).
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    Ryan O'Neal in A Bridge Too Far (1977)

    You might even be daft enough to think it's fun to jump out of a flying plane. If so, do like Ryan O'Neal, but for most of us that's probably A Bridge Too Far (1977).
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    Fancy joining Her Majesty's Royal Air Force for a day and fight the The Battle of Britain (1969)?
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    The Hindenburg (1975)

    You have been warned... these things are prone to go up in fire. If you still fancy a little trip in the The Hindenburg (1975), vote here.
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    Henry Thomas and Pat Welsh in E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982)

    The flying bicycle is a bit out there. But then, so is E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982).
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    Clifton James in Live and Let Die (1973)

    Not traditionally associated with air travel, this little speed boat has managed to become airborne somehow. If this is your preferred way of travelling through the air you're probably one to Live and Let Die (1973). Good for you!

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