'Mission Impossible' Helicopter on Display in Fort Worth
NBC DFW news article by Scott Gordon
The helicopter flown by Tom Cruise in "Mission Impossible–Fallout" was on display Tuesday afternoon in Fort Worth’s Sundance Square.
The helicopter, a custom H125, was made by Airbus Helicopters Inc. in Grand Prairie.
The company held a private reception in Sundance Square and employees screened the movie Tuesday evening.
The chopper was trucked to the square at 1 p.m. and was offloaded by a crane.
Cruise, a pilot, learned to fly the helicopter at Airbus before the movie was filmed, said Airbus spokesman Bob Cox.
The action-adventure is set to open nationwide Friday.
Location Mentioned: Sundance Square Plaza