Drake's private aircraft was a fictional two-seat monoplane aircraft owned by industrialist Rafael Drake. The aircraft appears only in the computer version of the 2002 James Bond video-game Nightfire.
Painted red, the aircraft was of conventional low-wing monoplane configuration with a radial engine driving a four-blade propeller and was equipped with retractable landing gear. It had an open cockpit, the pilot and co-pilot being seated in tandem. While attempting to escape with a stolen guidance chip, 007 and Zoe Nightshade discover the aircraft in the primary hanger of Phoenix International's Austrian airfield (which served Drake's castle). With Nightshade at the controls, the pair make a narrow escape from the facility and set course for the Swiss border.