Scroggins Aviation’s Helicopter in Black Adam

For the making of DC Comics, Black Adam. Scroggins Aviation’s As365 Dauphin (cn. 6301) helicopter was chosen for the cockpit scenes of a Russan Ka52 helicopter, depicted in the film. The tight close-up shots with the VFX, made the scenes look good. It is shown here on-stage placed on a motion base with a video wall of the crash sequence.

The entire team here at Scroggins Aviation, is pleased to have worked on the film and supply the producers with a helicopter.

(Poster by WB/ photos by Scroggins Aviation)

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The Terminal List featured Scroggins’ UH-60 Black Hawk in the series.

In The Terminal List, season 1 episode 1.  Scroggins Aviation supplied a UH-60 Black Hawk (79-23354) shown here on the beach during the making of the film. Actor Chris Pratt and the other cast members can be seen in the cabin of the UH-60, with the director giving them direction for the scene.
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(Poster by Amazon Prime/ photos by Scroggins Aviation)

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Scroggins’ UH-60 Black Hawk in Moonfall

In Moonfall,  Scroggins Aviation supplied two helicopters for the production.  Shown here on stage during the making of the film is a UH-60 Black Hawk (79-23354) that was used.  

The entire team at Scroggins would like to thank the producers for giving us the opportunity to work on the film.

(Poster by Lionsgate / photos by Scroggins Aviation)

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Scroggins’ CH-47 Chinook in Moonfall

In Moonfall, Scroggins Aviation supplied two helicopters for the production. Shown here on stage during the making of the film is a CH-47 Chinook (90-00204) that was used.

The entire team at Scroggins would like to thank the producers for giving us the opportunity to work on the film.

(Poster by Lionsgate / photos by Scroggins Aviation)

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Scroggins’ Astar in Spider-Man: No Way Home

In Spider-Man: No Way Home, Scroggins Aviation’s As350 Astar helicopter was featured in the making of the film. It is shown here on stage wearing the news agency’s livery. The entire team at Scroggins would like to thank the producers for giving us the opportunity to work on the film.

(Poster by Sony/Marvel / Helicopter images by Scroggins Aviation)

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