The Dragonfly[1][2][3] is a high speed jet and the signature mode of aerial transportation of the Quest team; designed by Dr. Benton Quest.


Jonny Quest (1964 TV series)

Dragonfly cockpit

The team sitting in their usual places.

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The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest

Season two

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Total appearances: 6.


Tom and Jerry: Spy Quest

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  • The Dragonfly is notable for appearing in the opening and closing theme music, with the opening also showing inside the cockpit where the team sit and get a close-up of each of them (including Bandit) with their names typed at the bottom of the screen in white.
  • The first episode of the 1980's series, Peril of the Reptilian, alludes to the Dragonfly, when Dr. Quest uses a new jet.
  • Its inclusion in season two of The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest was Lance Falk's attempt to bring the series closer to the original. He used the name Dragonfly to honor original series creator, Doug Wildey, who gave it that name off-screen.
    • The original series would only show the cockpit, presumably due to limited budget, but the Real Adventures was able to show some of them sitting at the back, entering and leaving, along with smaller vehicles stored, as well.
  • It was called the Quest Jet in the direct-to-video film, Tom and Jerry: Spy Quest.


  1. TRA: Bloodlines (1996), season 2, episode 3.
  2. TRA: General Winter (1997), season 2, episode 23.
  3. TRA: The Robot Spies (1997), season 2, episode 25.
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