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Kate's toy airplane

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First Introduced
Owned by
Found by
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The plane as seen in the time capsule

Kate's toy airplane is a small model airplane that is one of Kate's most prized possessions, being a symbol of her relationship with Tom Brennan. The toy airplane was found in Edward Mars' Halliburton case after the crash.

Kate's toy plane is a model of a Douglas DC-3 propeller aircraft. It has a special significance to Kate as it was originally owned by Tom, her childhood sweetheart, then placed in their time capsule, then retrieved many years later when they were adults. ("Born to Run")

Timeline

1980s

  • The plane started as a children's toy of Kate's childhood sweetheart, Tom. He acquired it as a souvenir of an airplane trip to Dallas he took alone (without an accompanying adult). He was seen playing with it during Kate's attempt to steal a lunchbox. ("Born to Run")  ("The Incident, Parts 1 & 2")

August 15, 1989

2002–2004

  • Kate and Tom dug up the plane as they waited for the time for Kate to meet up with her dying mother.
  • Tom was killed by an officer's bullet as Kate escaped from police. Kate left the plane on the back seat of her car as she fled the police. ("Born to Run")
  • Edward Mars locked the plane in a safety deposit box near Ruidoso, New Mexico. ("Exodus, Part 2")
  • Kate learned of the location of the plane while taunting Mars over the phone. ("Exodus, Part 2")
  • Kate organized a bank robbery as a cover for retrieving the plane from the safety deposit box. ("Whatever the Case May Be")

September 2004

Wednesday, October 13, 2004

Trivia

The toy plane as seen at Lost: The Auction
  • 5025 is the number marked on the wing.
  • Kate's toy airplane is included as a prop in the Kate action figure set.
  • 815 is the number of the safety deposit box the airplane was in during the bank robbery. It is the same number as the flight. (Oceanic Flight 815)

Other toy airplanes

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