Miracle Landing (1990 TV Movie)
Michelle Honda: [Tui's too big for the seat belt] Can I help you?
Tui: I'm not sure. Do you have a bigger seat?
Michelle Honda: [giggles] Not exactly, but I think I can get you a belt extension.
Michelle Honda: Cindy? What are you guys doing here? I thought you were on your honeymoon!
Cindy Thomas: We're on our way home. Jeff has to get back to work and Paradise has me scheduled to fly this weekend.
Michelle Honda: Aw, me too. I've got to fly every weekend this month. So, how was it, guys?
Cindy Thomas: Great!
Cindy Thomas: But too short. We went to Waipio Valley.
Michelle Honda: Ah! That's just perfect. Isn't that the most beautiful place in the world?
Jeff Thomas: Well, we wouldn't know. We never left the room.
[pause, Jeff and Michelle laugh, Cindy is embarrassed]
Jeff Thomas: Except once for breakfast.
Michelle Honda: [trying not to laugh] I want to hear more about this but later, guys, OK?
Doug Torbel: How about a beer?
Michelle Honda: Sure, what would you like. Uh, light or regular?
Doug Torbel: No, no! I mean, when we get back to O'ahu!
Doug Torbel: I thought you'd join me for one.
Michelle Honda: [smiling] No, I... I don't think so. Thanks.
Mimi Tompkins: Maui Tower, this is Paradise 243, inbound for landing. We are just East of Makena, descending out of 12. One engine out. We are experiencing rapid depressurisation and are declaring an emergency. Over.
Ed Meyer, Maui Tower Supervisor: Inbound Paradise flight calling Maui Tower, say again your callsign?
[to a colleague:]
Ed Meyer, Maui Tower Supervisor: What Paradise flights do we have due in?
Rick, Maui Tower Operator: Paradise 244 and 246.
Ed Meyer, Maui Tower Supervisor: This is Maui Tower, is that Paradise 244 with the emergency?
Mimi Tompkins: This is Paradise 243.
Ed Meyer, Maui Tower Supervisor: [to Rick] 244 or 243?
Ed Meyer, Maui Tower Supervisor: 244, say again? Come on, come on, come on!
Bob Schornstheimer: Wait! We're coming in with one engine, and a big hole in the airplane, and they're worried about a wrong flight number!
Mimi Tompkins: Maui Tower, this is Paradise TWO FOUR THREE! Inbound for landing! Over!
Rick, Maui Tower Operator: I'd say it was 243 if you ask me.
Ed Meyer, Maui Tower Supervisor: Why the hell is 243 coming in here?
Ed Meyer, Maui Tower Supervisor: OK 243, Maui Tower, just to verify, you broke up initially. You do need an ambulance, is that correct?
Mimi Tompkins: They still don't get it! Maui Tower, Paradise 243, affirmative!
Ed Meyer, Maui Tower Supervisor: Roger, how many do you think are injured?
Mimi Tompkins: We have no idea! We are going to need assistance. We cannot communicate with our flight attendants. We are going to need assistance for the passengers when we land.
Ed Meyer, Maui Tower Supervisor: Roger, 243. We have an ambulance on the way.
Mimi Tompkins: I hope he doesn't mean ambulance in the singular.
[to a flight attendant]
David Kornberg: Excuse me! Could you...?
Gail Kornberg: What's the matter, honey?
C.B. Lansing: Is everything all right?
David Kornberg: I don't think so. Up there!
[David points to a crack on the ceiling, which expands, and a violent decompression follows, ripping a large portion of the fuselage]