The title is visible on a marquee.
When Jim is returning to LA Airport he goes to a phone booth and the airport PA announces instructions for arriving passengers from Newark to go to Trans Global passenger service counter. Trans Global was the airline featured in Airport (1970) starring Burt Lancaster and Dean Martin.
The film is mentioned.
Episode is influenced by this popular film series, and at one point Perkins says, "I have seen most of those Airport movies."
Edwige Fenech has to land a plane with help from the intercome
The flight attendant mentions that the in-flight movie is "Airport."
Servo: Ator, this is George Kennedy. We're gonna talk you down.
Crow (as an airplane is shown): "I bet George Kennedy's in this."
Marvin distinguishes a film he worked on called "The Airport" from the film "Airport"
Crow: "Who can forget the time he was slapped by Jacqueline Bisset in the 1971 Universal movie 'Airport'?"
Crow (as a plane lands): "So, where's George Kennedy in all of this?"
This movie title is one of Chandler's incorrect guesses of what Monica is drawing during a game of Pictionary.
when Butt-Head slaps Beavis after doing the sign of the cross
The title is visible in a magazine article.
this is one of the movies they make fun of
It is mentioned in a newspaper article.
episode title reference to the Airport movies
mentioning the disaster movies of the 1970s
Roger says the film spoke to people and started the trend of disaster movies
The flight attendants in Non-Stop are named for characters in two Airport series installments.
Referenced as a Best Picture nominee in 1971
Tom: "Dallas/Ft. Worth Airport: The Movie"
Heflin with bomb in bathroom
footage is shown from this film
Excerpts appear in the film.
clips from the film that started the disaster movie trend are shown
Number 2 in the countdown
Parodied in "Disaster '76" movie
spoofed in "The Towering Poseidon Quake Port Hinden Jaws Follies '78"
As Ted Striker tries to talk Sonny Bono out of setting off the suitcase bomb, his lines are taken almost word for word from Dean Martin's similiar speech to Van Heflin in Airport.