When Mel Gibson and Robert Downey Jr. are hanging upside down in the copter, the first scene (with the necklace mistake) has Mel in the right seat and Robert in the left seat. When they crash out of the window Mel falls out first from the left seat and then Robert from the right seat. See more...
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|Original entry||Billy has his cancelled licence returned to him, and he leafs through the contents of the envelope. He held one licence, and one only - a helicopter pilot's licence. Yet he is hired by the CIA to fly fixed wing aircraft in Cambodia for Air America. Flying a fixed wing aircraft is nothing like flying a helicopter. It is a totally different skill set and has a different licencing system. He would have to learn to fly the C123s and Norsemen cargo aircraft almost from scratch. In that case, why would he have been of any interest to an organisation seeking skilled pilots? [He could very well have been trained on both types of aircraft. While attending flight school, I had two pilots who took their initial training in fixed wing, then after they had their fixed wing licence, they began training on helicopters. They graduated with an endorsement for helicopters, but still had training in fixed wing first. It is very common to take initial training in fixed wing, and be endorsed for rotary later. The ground school is essentially the same, with only supplemental course material for helicopter.]|