Oceanic Airlines

Oceanic Airlines and less frequently Oceanic Airways are fictional airlines used in several films and television programs.

The most famous use of this brand is in the TV show Lost, where Oceanic Airlines is featured branded with a highly-stylized logo depicting anAboriginal dot painting that resembles a nazar, a bullseye, an island, or an “O” (for Oceanic). The show’s fictional storyline begins with thecrash of an airline flight called Oceanic Flight 815.

Airlines with this name have also been featured in many other media. The original occurrence of Oceanic Airways was in the 1996 filmExecutive Decision. The film’s producers shot extensive footage of two actual Boeing 747s but with a different logo and livery to that used on the later Lost Oceanic flight. This stock footage has been reused in several films and television programs, spreading the Oceanic Airlines brand across various and unrelated fictional universes.

List of fictional Oceanic Airlines flights

Flight number Incident description Occurrence Aircraft used
1012 Crashed onto the island. Dead Island
816 Serial killer pursued by FBI agent on aircraft. Code 11-14 Boeing 747SP
815 Explosive decompression caused by electromagnetic pulse. Lost Boeing 777, Lockheed L-1011 used as prop wreckage.[7]
815 Shot down by surface-to-air missile. Chuck: 01.02 “Chuck versus the Helicopter”around 06:55
762 Forced landing caused by lightning strike. Category 6: Day of Destruction Boeing 747-400
762 Nerve agent attack threatened by mental illness sufferer. Nowhere to Land Boeing 747-200
456 First officer murdered in-flight and aircrew members afflicted by illness. Diagnosis: Murder: 04.23 “Murder in the Air”
408 Brought down by magical storm over Canada. Champions Online
343 Skyjacking by Islamic terrorists; aircraft retaken in-flight by special forces. Executive Decision Two aircraft used: Boeing 747-200 and Boeing 747-100
343 Skyjacking by North Korean extremists; aircraft retaken in-flight byJAG personnel. JAG: 05.18 “The Bridge at Kang So Ri”
017 Aircraft ditched in the Atlantic Ocean, 80 miles south of Miami, Florida. Flipper: 02.07 “The Ditching” Douglas DC-3
009 [8] Out to Sea


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