Casino Royale is the 21st film in the James Bond series. It is the first to star Daniel Craig as 007 and represented a "reboot" or re-envisioning of the series by producers Barbara Broccoli and Mike Wilson after the departure of Pierce Brosnan as Bond. The film also stars Judy Dench, Eva Green, Mads Mikkelsen, Jeffrey Wright, Giancarlo Giannini and Caterina Murino. Bond pursues leads that point to Le Chiffre, the film's villain and an accountant for the world's terrorists.
de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter Edit
The plane that brings Bond to the Bahamanian island when he's temporarily suspended by M. Bond actually begins to pursue leads at the island's resort, the Ocean Club.
Skyfleet S570 Prototype Edit
A flagship passenger jet of the fictional Skyfleet company. The plane that becomes a target for a freelance bomber hired by Le Chiffre's enforcer, Alex Dmitrios. The bomber attempts to destroy the plane at Miami International Airport in order that Le Chiffre may bet against the market and make 100s of millions on the stock market when the value of Skyfleet's stock plummets after the incident. The plane used in the film was a mocked-up Boeing 747-200 that had been retired from service. Interestingly, the S570 was meant to be a parody of the Airbus 380.
Airbus A340-600 Edit
The passenger jet forced back into the air when Dmitrios' bomber, Bond and Miami Airport police forces cross in front of it's landing path during the film's central chase. The plane flies off with such force that a police vehicle is blown aside from it's jet wake. Another one is visible in the foreground when Bond's quarry, Carlos, as he tries to destroy the Skyfleet Prototype.