Once again a veritable treasure trove of Jurassic World images have washed up online. Perhaps most interesting of all is a photo of what appears to be a helicopter bearing the InGen logo.
InGen is of course the corporation which originally developed and constructed Jurassic Park. We know that [Jurassic World](movie:32752) will feature a new corporation, Patel Corp, but as of yet we don't know for sure if InGen will appear, or indeed, if it even still exists in the film's universe. The photo is extremely blurry (someone should have used a quicker shutter speed) but you can just about make out the InGen logo. Take a look below:
Of course, we don't know for sure if that's the InGen symbol on the side, but I've also uncovered an interesting fact. Using my aircraft identification skills developed during my short time in the Air Training Corp (and yes, a little bit of Googling), I've uncovered that this is likely a variant of the AgustaWestland A109, the same type of helicopter used by John Hammond to ferry guests to Jurassic Park. If I'm correct, this adds extra credence to rumors InGen are still involved in some kind of capacity. Take a look at the Jurassic Park helicopter below:
But that's not all. ComicBookMovie also uncovered more photos which shows another helicopter. This one bears the tail identification number JW001 - suggesting it's Patel's (Irrfan Khan) personal whirly-bird. Does he organize a secret rendezvous with an InGen figure? Maybe.
Although all this helicopter nonsense is difficult to extrapolate further, it does at least suggest two things. 1) That InGen are still involved in some way. 2) Getting to Isla Nublar is still pretty expensive.
What do you think? Do you think InGen are still involved in Jurassic World?