In New York's busy JFK International Airport, Flight Director John K. Daniels, Jr., and his team, make America safe in the modern high-technological world of travelling in America and overseas. But, as they get about their own business, Randall Harold Graham, a trained soldier, decides to plant bombs on a 747 revenge for the death of his young wife who died three years' before on another flight that went wrong.


2. Flight issues


The African-American man stared at the Flight Attendants. "Hello, can I get to my seat?", he asked. "Yes, Sir. Why don't you have seat 60b".

"Thank you", he answered her. Then, as he put his luggage in the spare compartments, he vowed to enjoy his trip before anything too rash happened.


The Middle Eastern terrorist grabbed his black bag. He smiled at the Flight Attendants. He smoked a cigarette. When a airport security guard spoke to him, he stomped on the cigarette with his right shoe. "No smoking". "Sorry", he said. He walked to the silver coloured trash bin. He threw it into the bin. Once he did that, he knew that any inkling of imminent danger had now passed. He sat in seat 44b. The travellers were showing off their passports; they were smiling at each other, as he put on his seatbelt on...and waited for the plane to take off.


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