"Miss, what's that?" the kid asked the stewardess, pointing to a small crack that he noticed in celing above him. At that point, the crack widens and the entire roof of the airplane is ripped off. Based on a true story. Written by
Kevin Soucy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
The aircraft used for the movie (bearing the colors of fictitious Paradise Airlines) is a Boeing 737-297 Advanced, registered as N70723. At the time, it was owned by Aloha Airlines (which is the airline involved in the incident of flight 243). That aircraft has been re-registered C-GCWJ and is flying currently (2005) for WestJet Airlines in Canada. See more
When Mimi starts calling Maui Tower after attempting to restart the #1 engine, the clouds in the background change between shots. See more
[Tui's too big for the seat belt
Can I help you?
I'm not sure. Do you have a bigger seat?
Not exactly, but I think I can get you a belt extension.