An ex-Army helicopter pilot, Sylvie, finds herself in the middle of a strange hijacking drama aboard her flight from Brussels to Moscow.
Did You Know?
Travelling west continuously to outrun the sun wouldn't be possible for an airliner jet. After a few hours, the sun would catch up (the plane going about 1/2 the speed of the sun, depending on the latitude). The better option would have been to fly to the winter hemisphere and get below the arctic or antarctic circle - which would give them - depending on the time of year - a day to 6 months of night, after which they could plan a route through the night side to the other hemisphere. See more
Terenzio Matteo Gallo
That's where we're going. The farthest west we can fly.