When Bond is returning from a mission in the pre-title sequence in Moonraker, he is sent home in a private plane from Apollo Airways. M calls it "the African job" and we get the impression that Bond is flying back from Africa. The plane appears to be chartered by the villain that Bond supposedly has dealt with during the African job since both the pilot and stewardess are working together to kill Bond. Furthermore, Jaws is on board to make things even harder. Before the action starts Bond is 'on his last leg' with the stewardess, enjoying a glass of Bollinger. Two bottles of wine can also be seen in the cabin, one red and one white.
"-This is where we leave you Mr Bond!
-A little premature isn't it?"
|One of the 10 Jetstreams that was operated by Apollo Airways.|
Used with kind permission of Richard Vandervord
|The Bond Jetstream with the original livery|