It's strange that while String, Dom, and [trainee] Caitlin are supposed to be the ONLY ones that know how to fly Airwolf, Doc Gifford, who knows NOTHING about Airwolf, flies it for the first time, and wins an aerial dogfight.
The first shot inside the Lair showed Airwolf and the GMC pickup, but after they lifted off, the shot showed the Santini Jeep.
As Airwolf took off after blowing up the bridge to slow down the Russians, you could see power lines under them. Interesting thing to have on a deserted island.
When String and Anne are in the car during the chase, String's sunglasses in one scene are on while in the next scene of the chase, String's sunglasses are off.
Caitlin begins her training as a backup pilot in Airwolf.
When the team breaks into the camp they climb over a wall. You can see the wall shake as they drop to the other side showing it is obviously not made of concrete.
How would the perpetrators on the boat get a newspaper with the headlines of the hijacking demand? The plane would have had to be down for at least a day before that could happen, and they'd have to go ashore to get the paper.
Typical Boeing 747 flights are international. It would not be cost effective to fly from CA to TX in a plane of this size.
What body of water is there between Los Angeles and Dallas where the plane crashed? 114 W Longitude and 27 N Latitude, where they found the plane underwater, is actually on the southern part of the Baja peninsula near Playa Oceano Pacifico. Kind of out of the way for a flight to Texas.
When String and Dom are in the hurricane getting readings, it is quite interesting that in close-ups, they show the water chruning, yet shots with Airwolf flying, the water is calm and peaceful, with the sun reflecting on it.
GOOF: Funny how water was leaking into the plane at quite a fast pace and yet it was never more then ankle deep after all those hours, and also there was still plenty of air to breath.
In the beginning of the episode when they steal HX1, when Mace sits in the chopper, you can clearly see they used the interior of Airwolf. Many of the buttons Mace are pushing is used in several episodes from Airwolf. Not to mention the seat Mace is sitting in is the same seat Hawke always sits when he flies Airwolf, they just added a blanket over it so we wouldn't recognize it... This was either done because they didn't have the time to shoot interior scenes in HX1 because of a time schedule.
During the final moments of the climatic battle between String and Mace, Dom deployed the cannons to fire, yet every subsequent exterior shot as they chased the HX1, Airwolf's underbelly showed the cannons retracted.
In the beginning of the episode, when Hawke has flashbacks of the day he last saw St. John, and when St. John shouts, you can see a microphone in the top left corner of the screen.
When the helicopter lands in the beginning of the episode and they cut the power you can see shots of the propellers slowing down. However, when the chopper lands you can see them moving at full speed again.
One of Airwolf´s actual pilots on the show, Peter McKernan, Jr., can be seen as Hawke´s co-pilot in the flashback scene saying "Go! Go Hawke! The ropes are full. We can´t take any more."
At the beginning of the second segment, the caption states that Kruger's castle is in "Magdenburg," Germany. If not a misspelling, it was a play on Magdeburg, Germany.
This is the first episode in which Caitlin rides in Airwolf. This is also the first episode in which all four primary characters (Hawke, Santini, Caitlin and Archangel) ride in Airwolf (Towards the end).
When Hawke shoots Maria you can see he has bandage on his hand. However, when they are flying away later and Hawke is using the turbo, the bandage is mysteriously gone.
Towards the end of this episode, Airwolf hovers down in front of a statue in the courtyard, in that shot you can see a black filming camera on the ground unattended, facing upwards.
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