💫 Summary
A commercial flight encounters a mysterious storm leading them to believe they have time-traveled back to World War II, and they consider the possibility of changing history. As they navigate this new reality, they struggle to find a safe landing site while contending with enemy aircraft. Amidst the chaos, they must decide whether to attempt to alter the course of history or simply find a way back to their own time.
✨ Highlights📊 Transcript
The flight experiences instrument problems and encounters a sudden storm while crossing the Bermuda Triangle.
Flight time is around seven and a half hours, putting the plane on time in London.
There are intermittent instrument problems that the crew is trying to sort out.
A sudden storm pops up, causing turbulence.
Crossing the Bermuda Triangle causes the sun to go down unexpectedly.
The passengers on the flight experience turbulence and confusion as they try to figure out what is happening.
The captain announces that they are experiencing high level wind shear and asks everyone to be seated.
The passengers are told to buckle up due to turbulence and the need to duck under the clouds.
Radar detects smaller craft nearby and the passengers notice a fire ahead.
The passengers realize they might get shot down and demand answers from the crew.
The plane experiences turbulence and descends to a lower altitude, the passengers are unsure of what's happening and the plane appears to have traveled back in time.
The plane experiences turbulence and descends to a lower altitude to assess the situation.
Passengers are unsure of what's happening and demand answers from the flight attendant.
The plane appears to have traveled back in time as they see a World War II battle below and cannot find any modern landmarks.
Passengers on a flight discover that they have traveled back in time to World War II and decide to take matters into their own hands to prevent the Holocaust and kill Hitler.
A passenger informs the others that they have traveled through time.
They realize they are in the middle of World War II.
They decide to find a safe place to land and convince the pilots to help them in their mission.
Some passengers are skeptical and view their actions as terrorism.
In the midst of war, the flight crew tries to land the plane safely with the help of passengers.
The landing gear is damaged and won't open.
The crew seeks help from passengers, including an engineer and a handyman.
They successfully fix the landing gear and land the plane safely.
The crew considers bringing radar to the British to fix history.
The crew discusses the limitations of their radar.
They suggest giving Nigel a radar from the plane to help track enemy fighters.
They consider using the radar to bring radar technology to the British.
They acknowledge the potential risks of changing history but believe it can fix everything.
The passengers and crew find themselves in 1940 and prepare for a bumpy landing.
Nigel is praised for his work as a guardian angel assistant.
They discover they are in 1940 and try to find a safe landing site.
The captain thanks everyone for their patience and persistence.
They prepare for a bumpy landing and glide the plane onto the runway.
00:08flight time of just around seven and a
00:11half hours which had put us on the
00:12ground in London England right on time
00:15forecast called for Clear Skies so sit
00:17back relax and
00:22you didn't get that haircut we talked
00:23about after your vacation
00:26it's still within regulations really
00:37can't get you anything
00:39another late night party girl though
01:15well our cross checks are done
01:17been in the air a while how you doing
01:20just a few more hours
01:24yeah wingman you're making me nervous
01:26something up over there
01:29I don't know
01:31maybe short somewhere
01:36see all you need is just a little
01:38come on Daniel disengage your yoke and
01:40get it figured out
01:43of Center this is ia42 we seem to be
01:45having some intermittent instrument
01:46problems we're trying to sort them out
01:53let us know if you need assistance
01:56will do ia42
01:59Daniel I can't fight like this man
02:17ner Center this is ia42 I thought you
02:19said we had clear skies
02:21you got queer Skies five seconds ago
02:23i-842 it popped up on our screens out of
02:26nowhere squawk 7700 do you have any way
02:29around this we're showing it right on
02:31top of you ladies and Gentlemen please
02:33return to your seats
03:11do we can play around it
03:14I think we'll have to go straight
03:28and she's rolling
04:38Sunset wasn't for another 40 or 50
04:47we didn't black out or anything did we
04:56sorry about that everyone we had a
04:58sudden storm pop up there
05:00good news we have passed the Worcester
05:02but it should be smooth setting from
05:03here on end
05:05you'll notice that while we're going
05:06through that storm
05:08the sun went down that'll happen
05:09sometimes when you cross the tip of the
05:11Bermuda Triangle
05:14don't worry we'll catch another sunset
05:19the tip of the Bermuda Triangle
05:22that's good news
05:42anyone else's internet connection down
05:45yeah like phone Signal's dead too
05:55Jesus you seeing this
06:01I've got altitude AirSpeed fuel
06:05the fastest enough to keep us airborne
06:08three quarters of attack looking fine
06:10that's assuming they're still on course
06:13you've got control disengaging
06:17Governor Center this is if42 we've gone
06:19through the storm but it seems that most
06:21of our instruments are out require
06:27Gander Center this is London bound ia42
06:30do you read me
06:40there must be something that's working
06:41on it
06:43gather Center this is ia42 do you copy
06:49still nothing
06:52we've got one thing coming along just
06:54what is it
06:57our radar system
07:00only thing on the plane that wasn't
07:01replaced last time they upgraded
07:03International Airline Navionics
07:06as long as that's operational that's a
07:08step in the right direction
07:19thank you
07:21can I get you something to drink I agree
07:23with that sorry were you standing there
07:25long no that's fine what can I get you
07:27ginger ale
07:31it got dark early didn't it I'm sure
07:34it's just because the storm probably the
07:35captain said
07:37so what brings you gentlemen to England
07:39business or pleasure
07:41both we're history professors Atkin
07:44University there's a convention just
07:45outside of London they've discovered
07:47some amazing pre-war artifacts and and
07:50several very distinguished members of it
07:52you don't have to bore the poor woman
07:53her eyes are glazing over already no
07:55that's fine I just need to finish this
07:56side of the plane but I'd love to hear
07:58about it so I'll come back
07:59to hold you to that get out now while
08:02you still
08:07came of Argentina
08:11what are you working on there
08:12well me
08:15just trying to keep track of everything
08:16you see when you get to my age you have
08:19to stay on top of things because well
08:23you never know when you're going to get
08:24another chance
08:26well I'll let you get back to it then
08:45I got some more good news for me take a
08:51there's nothing there not a blip
08:55is a radar model function too I thought
08:57so at first but the corners are moving
09:00with us if this thing were on the fritz
09:03it wouldn't be working at all
09:05so if you're flying depth but not
09:06completely blind there should be some
09:08air traffic showing up around us
09:11okay so let's make a loop try and find
09:27Bob kiss
09:29according to the radar we're all alone
09:31up here
09:33maybe the storm devoted traffic we'll
09:36wait until the radius come back up but
09:38if it doesn't
09:39we're still a couple hours away from
09:42that's assuming that we didn't get
09:43turned around up on off course
09:48duck under the cloud cover
09:51you may be able to find some visual cue
09:53from a shipping lane or maybe a message
09:56being relayed from a cargo ship you sure
09:58that's the right move
09:59no one can hear us on the ground
10:03that's the only movie of God
10:10it's Cameron hey hex how's it going back
10:18let me make an announcement
10:20can this seeds
10:23we're just trying to get away from some
10:25of this uh
10:26high level wind shear
10:29just got everyone strapped in okay
10:36everything okay
10:38we need to get everyone to their seats
10:40we're making a descent he says it's to
10:42get away from the turbulence
10:45what turbulence
10:47oh ladies and gentlemen we'd like
10:49everyone to get back on their seats
10:51we're trying to get away from this
10:52turbulence so we'll be ducking under the
10:54clouds for a bit it's pretty routine
10:56stuff but we'd like everybody buckled in
10:59just in case
11:07all secure back here captain
11:24trust me when you've been doing this as
11:26long as I have you've seen it all
11:29this is nothing
11:38the Atlantic should be below us yes it
11:41should be
11:48okay so we got blown off course
11:52you got to send it to your copy
11:54keep your eyes open for a radio tower
11:56blinking lights anything
12:04radar says we've got smaller craft about
12:0620 kilometers away
12:09but they're all bunched up
12:11are you sure that's aircraft
12:13never seen anything like that before I'm
12:15not sure of anything but we're closing
12:17them and whatever the hell this is
12:21too hazy up ahead could be another storm
12:25that's not a storm
12:28looks more like a
12:40oh my God
12:53Jesus Christ
13:25thank you
13:29we got something close coming in hot now
13:40ship you're sitting deck out here hang
13:46what's that radar
14:01hey what what's going on what's
14:03Happening is we're gonna get shot down
14:05just like those other planes in the
14:08as soon as the captain has things under
14:10control I am sure that he'll inform us
14:12hey I just I'm trying to get some
14:14answers okay
14:15as soon as we know what's going on Sir
14:17we'll let you know what no no
14:20we want answers
14:26sir let go of me
14:30if you don't sit down we will have to
14:32restrain you now sit down
14:48strong well what's going on
14:51I try to get a handle on this
14:53is everyone okay back there
14:55everyone's fine
14:57confused and concerned let me address
15:00the plane we'll let you know as soon as
15:01we can just keep everybody calm okay
15:21looks like we're clear
15:23nothing anywhere close I'm gonna keep on
15:25putting some distance between us of them
15:27in a few minutes we'll try to Doug below
15:29again okay
15:32well that didn't work out so great last
15:34time we also don't know where we are
15:36without instruments all we've got left
15:38are the landmarks and we can't find them
15:40from above the clouds
15:48ladies and gentlemen our apologies for
15:50that scare we got blown off course a
15:52little bit because of that storm but we
15:54appear to be out of danger
15:56we ask all of you to please bear with us
15:58and stay calm the flight crew is here to
16:06no problem how can I
16:07we are actually hoping we can help you
16:11sorry gentlemen I don't have time right
16:12now it'll have to wait
16:22Captain it's Cameron
16:31this is the best time to talk captain my
16:33name is Bennett and this is my colleague
16:34Dale you can't beat the cockpit Hicks
16:36get them out of here do you know what
16:39kind of aircraft that was
16:44a couple of Hinkle eights you won 11s
16:46sure I've made it very clear no one's
16:48made pop planes like that since 1945.
16:50let's see do you have to listen to us
16:52there's no way that those planes should
16:54still be flying
16:57you seem to be flying without your
16:59instruments captain
17:01are you doing all this no no of course
17:03not we can see they're down we are
17:05flying without most of them
17:06everything that talks to a satellite the
17:09radar is the only thing that's working
17:10complete signal loss almost as if there
17:2130 seconds
17:23is your radio working
17:25we're getting some static but I think
17:26but you haven't been able to contact
17:28anyone since you passed through
17:31something like that that's because there
17:34weren't many Allied radio towers on the
17:36Western Front
17:37in 1940.
18:00take it easy
18:03try to sleep
18:05I can't sleep now
18:08me neither
18:15that's odd based on the coastline the
18:19plains We believe We just flew through
18:21the bombing of San Jose June 1940
18:23massive German bombing on the west coast
18:25of France
18:28I don't have time for this get this
18:29conspiracy curious background wait we
18:31can help you figure out where we are if
18:33you dip back below the clouds again we
18:35do know a little bit about the Geography
18:38you guys can help out
18:40but get back do you see
18:43you see of course God and at a lower of
18:45altitude you'll be better off picking up
18:47weaker frequencies in the floor I don't
18:49want to hear anything about time travel
18:50okay let's just figure out where we are
18:53even though it looks outdated that radar
18:55is more advanced than anything the
18:57Germans are using at this point enough
19:03that radar will keep you one step ahead
19:04if we come across another one of those
19:06even if you were right which is a
19:09massive massive if
19:11how do you propose we get back huh
19:14we look for another weather anomaly
19:17if one of those things brought us here
19:19another one should be able to bring us
19:20back so we look for another storm
19:27you get our new friends back to their
19:29seats please right now and hey
19:31all of you
19:33not a word
19:35to anyone
19:45you're having electrical issues
19:49planes and the bones
19:56I just don't want anyone to panic okay
20:00we'll handle it
20:10we'll get through this
20:12I've flown with you a million times you
20:14never let me down once
20:26we'll be making another control of
20:28descent but there's nothing to worry
20:29about thank you for your cooperation and
20:43can I help you sir what'd the captain
20:46well you heard him we're moving to a
20:48lower altitude to assess the situation
20:53okay but what's going on
20:56I assure you sir you'll know when
20:58everyone else does now please let go of
21:00my arm
21:03thank you
21:05I promise you if you touch me again
21:07you're going to have an entirely
21:09different set of problems to deal with
21:16okay if we can pick out any landmarks at
21:19all it's going to be tricky without the
21:2121st century light pollution this
21:23you're certain that that was Santa's
21:29scope in 19
21:36scheduling okay
21:52let's keep an eye out for storms
21:58travel storm which I think this is
22:00insane I know none of this makes any
22:02sense it will start to make sense once
22:04we know where we are so let's focus on
22:05that for now okay
22:23all right
22:35this is a flight photo out of Dallas
22:38open transmission to anyone
22:40we'll enroute to Heathrow and we got
22:41blown off course looking for assistance
22:47this is IA flight 42 Mayday is anyone
22:50out there over
23:02be clear from ours according to the
23:08try to figure out where the hell we are
23:20over there
23:22is that a river
23:25maybe it's a sketch it anyway
23:31this is unbelievable I mean
23:34right now below us the invasion is in
23:38full swing
23:42if this really is June Hitler is about
24:02shouldn't there be lights
24:05probably just a power outage
24:08it'll explain why we can't help anyone
24:15this is flight 4-2 if anyone can hear me
24:17please acknowledge
24:38this is Captain William strong
24:41IA flight 42 do you copy
24:44violation of international airspace
24:46please identify yourself this is Captain
24:48William strong requesting assistance do
24:52you copy Captain listen whoever this is
24:55this is a localized channel to be used
24:57in emergencies only this is flight 4-2
25:00out of Dallas we've been Flying Blind we
25:03think we just saw some German bombers
25:08we are claiming to be aboard an aircraft
25:16my name is
25:19my position is classified but it's my
25:21duty to intercept long-range
25:23transmission and it's simply not
25:25possible for you to be aboard an
25:26aircraft look
25:28I don't have time to mess around can you
25:30just get us in touch with civilian air
25:32traffic control we need to learn ASAP
25:35air traffic control this is a war zone
25:37anyone who can help us anyone
25:41all right Captain what branch of the
25:44military are you in
25:45we are
25:47commercial airline International and
25:50you've flown through a German bombing
25:52run there's no absurd look
25:55can you just help us get our bearing
25:57what is your GMT
26:00fine captain
26:0217th June 21 30 hours in the year
26:07are you joking
26:09let's all just got on the same page
26:10tonight okay 17th of June 1940.
26:17do they not stock calendars on
26:18commercial airlines if this charade is
26:21quite finished I'd highly recommend you
26:23get off this Channel and listen
26:26I don't know if you're part of some
26:28smokes but we are in distress you're the
26:31only person we've been able to reach
26:34certainly not
26:35now kindly remove yourself
26:37how do I convince you that your
26:39commercial airline in distress
26:42no I don't know captain
27:00here here
27:03it has to be so if that's Ren then then
27:07that means that
27:10we gotta tell the captain come on
27:36look even if this is a hoax Nigel
27:39whoever you are all we've got is a fuel
27:42gauge altitude and radar that's working
27:45at the moment
27:47your radar
27:51radio detection
27:52scans the skies lets you know where
27:54other aircrafts and objects are
27:56certainly sounds familiar to the rdf
27:58technology we Brits are developing but
28:00but I have nothing like that at my
28:03what do you think that's keeping us up
28:13now I've just been joined by a couple of
28:15History professors they think they know
28:17where we are
28:19pet your pardon
28:21we were able to pick out a very
28:22identifiable River and surrounding Hills
28:24we've just passed over Ren in the
28:27northwest of France based on the timing
28:29since the bombing it's our best guess
28:33definitely certain that we flew through
28:35the bombing of San nazare where the RMS
28:37lancastria was attacked
28:42the Lancaster
28:44get that word how could you possibly
28:46you're gonna find this hard to believe
28:47but we were in route from DC to London
28:51in the 21st century and we flew through
28:54a storm or something and now we're here
28:59forget about that
29:01this is what we know we're up here all
29:06and we're in a war zone
29:08I took him to die without your help
29:14what if we were able to tell you about
29:17the bombing of San Jose
29:18what could you
29:20tell the air forces
29:25Messerschmitt bf-110s likely prototypes
29:29and the lancastria
29:33the front
29:35they'll be able to confirm she was lost
29:37yes well I'll do just that
29:40if you're serious
29:42go back on this frequency in 30 minutes
29:46we kept with 30 minutes
29:49call us back in five
29:52I'll do all I can
29:56God help me
30:04show me the realm the two points you
30:06figured out
30:12continue to come in the course
30:15hopefully then we can figure out our
30:20just under half a tank right now
30:39uh Sheffield Colonel a moment any news
30:42on transmission sir but you're going to
30:45want to hear about it
31:30ladies and gentlemen
31:32I I have information that this flight
31:35crew is neglected to give us sir and I
31:38need you to get your hands off of me
31:40and I know how this is gonna sound but I
31:43believe that somehow
31:45we have traveled through time
31:53how many drinks have you had
31:58we all saw that storm in in the planes
32:01the bombs
32:03she knows
32:06somehow we time travel back to the
32:08middle of World War II everyone please
32:10stay calm there we go
32:12no no one is telling us anything we have
32:14a right to know Sit down you're scaring
32:22you might not believe that we've
32:24traveled through time but we're clearly
32:25in a war zone
32:29so I'm not gonna survive this jet wasn't
32:34built for war
32:37but listen listen do you know what this
32:41right now
32:43as we speak we're flying over France in
32:46June of 1940. on the ground Hitler has
32:49joined his forces and we all of us all
32:52of us
32:54we have one opportunity
32:56to change human history
32:59we can kill Hitler
33:03okay and um how do you propose that we
33:07do that they tried to assassinate Hitler
33:10in the war and they failed
33:13okay during the war they were operating
33:15on on outdated intelligence we know
33:18exactly where Hitler will be it's all
33:20here in this book everything step by
33:22step detailed information exactly where
33:24Hitler and the SS went okay they will
33:27see us coming from miles away it is
33:31it wouldn't work
33:37by bombers and attack planes
33:40we're probably not going to survive
33:43but we can land This Plane we can find
33:46Hitler and we can kill him okay that's
33:53we need to take matters into our own
33:55hands we can prevent the Holocaust we
33:58just need to find a safe place to land
34:01and convince the pilots
34:06Stand Down
34:10I would think that you would be on our
34:11side sergeant
34:13can win this war or you could be making
34:15the whole thing up
34:17but what I do know is that you're trying
34:18to hijack this plane and that's an act
34:20of terrorism
34:22I'm a patriot
34:25listen we can do this the easy way or
34:27the hard way but there's no way me and
34:29private Jackson here are letting you
34:30take that cockpit
34:35stop us
34:38I don't think you want to find out
34:44it's planned sergeant
34:46we could be heroes
34:48I prefer not to fight over this
35:13for me
35:30well you're not thinking this through no
35:32sir you're not thinking this through
35:34suppose we try it it's easy to make a
35:36mistake even when you think you know
35:38exactly where the enemy is
35:40trust me
35:42say it really is World War II down there
35:44and we make one slip up just one
35:48the axes will have this plane the
35:50technology and that book which will tell
35:52Hitler everything
35:55it'll be a Nazi flag flying from the
35:56White House all because you wanted to be
35:58a hero
36:01now maybe we can change the past
36:04but we can also screw it up
36:09now get back to your seat and shut the
36:11hell up
36:32yeah everyone okay back there
36:35yes nothing we couldn't handle
36:45you always tie them up but
36:46I think the fight's at him isn't that
36:49yeah yes sir
36:53we'll keep them out of your way man
36:56thank you
36:57thanks yourself
36:59you're swing a mean fire extinguisher
37:16at our current speed we've got about 150
37:19minutes in the air tops that's not
37:20counting climbing or descending either
37:22at least we know where we're headed
37:25we do know where we're headed right we
37:27should be just about the middle of
37:31so if we maintain our course we should
37:33be able to
37:34find some friendlies or a safe landing
37:37place soon right
37:41what happened
37:42some idiots on board tried to hijack the
37:44plane because they want to kill Hitler
37:46some soldiers on board helps to abuse
37:48the situation but passengers are going
37:49to need answers and soon
37:55this is Captain strong go ahead Nigel so
37:59you're still here
38:0210 minutes Nigel yes
38:05some things take time captain
38:10boys in the Western Front and
38:13well we're inclined to believe you not
38:16about the uh
38:17time travel you understand
38:21if you're Intel about the Lancaster
38:22seems to be accurate
38:24and the truth is
38:27helped us out a lot
38:30we no one on the ground was able to
38:31ascertain the extent of the firepowered
38:35energies would certainly not give up
38:36that kind of information
38:38I'm glad we're on the same page about
38:39something Nigel
38:43yes well
38:44we could do with any little bit again
38:52sorry about that
38:54such a bloody Road
38:58a route
39:00no no
39:01Allied Forces evacuated hundreds of
39:03thousands of troops
39:06well have you all seen a newspaper the
39:09Joe's course us from both sides it was a
39:11bloody Slaughter
39:19what is it
39:21he said that Dunkirk was a it was a
39:23that's not how it happened Dunkirk was a
39:25hugely successful Allied evacuation
39:27Mission they rescued four hundred
39:29thousand troops
39:32if you're right
39:35the past that we're in
39:37is not the one that we know
39:41sorry about that Nigel
39:43well Captain I suppose the question is
39:45how can I help right now we need two
39:49a safe route
39:51and a safe place to land
39:53and also any information you have on any
39:56unusual storms in the area well do what
39:59I can Captain what's your current
40:00position we're near fire near as we can
40:04just passed Ren not too long ago heading
40:07in a straight line you're nearing the
40:09German border then what's your current
40:13400 knots
40:15hate to say this Captain but the first
40:17thing you'll need to do is change course
40:18we've intercepted chatter on German
40:20frequencies there's been talk of a
40:22rather large aircraft over France
40:25so ever is performing these bombing runs
40:29knows that you're here
40:34are there any friendlies in the area
40:36anyone who can get their eyes on us it's
40:39difficult to say without knowing exactly
40:40where you are
40:42what if we were more visible
40:44how do you mean we've been flying with
40:46our nav lights off but we can turn on
40:49our Landing in running lights
40:51are you sure about that most of our
40:53systems are out
40:54they're analog right
41:00here it goes
41:15give and see them all best support
41:27we've got something coming straight for
41:30moment captain
41:40no sightings of any aircraft on our end
41:43gentlemen I need in your seats now and
41:46not a word to anyone
41:48get everyone secured no
41:56Captain just got word that some German
41:59activity is heading your way
42:30I'll secure back here captain
42:41Nazi playing we've got Jets too
42:45shouldn't have those yet
43:23talk to me Daniel come on in behind us
43:34thank you
45:43you got a plan yeah kind of
45:47don't freak out what
45:56three thousand feet
46:06two thousand feet
46:31all right
46:56two planes right behind us
47:15hang on buddy
47:43okay okay
47:45all right let me take a look at it
47:52it's not as bad as it looks you sure
47:54about that that's mostly superficial you
47:56could use some stitches but it's gonna
47:57have to wait you okay yeah it hurts like
47:59a son of a but I'll be fine
48:01how's the plane
48:03could be a lot Boris burn some serious
48:05fuel during that move but not I could be
48:07losing any we've lost cabin pressure
48:09I'll keep us below 15 000 feet is that
48:11bad definitely bad probably have to
48:13cycle it again
48:18you got a problem buddy
48:20Nigel did the radio get hit no I just
48:23got static I think we had a range
48:25hopefully so we can stay in cloud cover
48:28and stay safe or we can talk to our
48:30Friday nights and get shot at
48:33and we can't land without our front
48:34wheels perfect Captain
48:38just give me a minute will it if the
48:41passengers know what's going on maybe
48:43some of them can help we have to work
48:46together right now all of us
48:49Daniel can you find the plane yeah I
48:51think so yeah
48:53I'm gonna need some extra hands just in
48:56stay with him take my seat are you sure
49:00I'm sure
49:02come on come on
49:15sir take your seat this instant keep us
49:18in the dark we need to know if we're
49:20gonna die I need you to come you haven't
49:22told us one thing
49:24that's gonna make
49:27we want you to keep calm
49:28and take your seat okay
49:36ladies and gentlemen
49:38I'm your captain
49:40William strong
49:42and it's time
49:45I tell you the truth
49:55we're on the Move sir not you we need
49:57you to stay put
49:59any news from our friends
50:01last attracting in a dog fight with
50:04I lost contact I fear that
50:08I'll keep trying sir if you manage to
50:10make contacts you'll have to gather
50:11information about their radar yes sir
50:13I'll do all I can
50:17this really is some kind of super play
50:20better destroyed and captured by the
50:24we may have no choice but to blow the
50:26damn thing out of the sky ourselves
50:33I want to apologize for keeping in the
50:35dark for so long
50:37we encountered what we thought was a
50:38weather anomaly but it's something more
50:40than that
50:41some of us including my co-pilot Daniel
50:46that we have traveled back in time
50:49with the assistance of these men as well
50:52as my contact on the ground we've
50:53determined the view of France
50:58these men believe it's currently
51:08that's impossible
51:14are in a war zone
51:17and we're all in danger
51:19if we stay in cloud cover though we safe
51:24the most important thing you can do all
51:25of you is to remain calm
51:28all we can do is fly and try and find a
51:31safe place to land
51:33do we all agree
51:39as for the landing
51:42the other planes that were firing at us
51:44have damaged our landing gear
51:47it won't open
51:49I'm going to try and fix it
51:52but I can't do it alone
51:55is there anyone here
51:57who can help me
52:00who is willing to go below
52:03and help
52:11I'm an engineer
52:13we're working with hydraulics right
52:15that's right
52:17I'll go with you
52:20thank you
52:24that'd be a great help Teresa
52:28anyone else
52:43yeah I can help
52:47I uh handyman as you say
52:51thank you mister
52:55happy to have you here thank you
53:01we're gonna head below
53:03the flight crew is in charge
53:05Daniel will keep us in the air if
53:08there's any trouble he'll contact me
53:11we're done keeping you in the dark
53:13now we are focused
53:15on keeping everyone
53:20Teresa Hector
53:24follow me
53:36you know time travel is impossible right
53:39of course I do
53:41what are the things are possible
53:56no puncture
53:58that's good
54:04maybe yeah
54:05we can
54:06this place
54:15on top of things no I like that Hector
54:25right that should do it
54:36Daniel we just opened the doors
54:49that's a negative well
54:53with that look
54:55I see it we have to get that out hey
54:59Daniel John and chose the magic gear
55:05did that do it
55:13did you attack out that Chapel
55:17better ideas
55:20Daniel we'd have to slow her down to get
55:22out the window
55:24150 knots or so okay
55:30all right
55:32hold on
55:34hold on done please I fixed Hector
55:39plane this violence it's you
55:43missed I try please
56:13I think they did it well
56:18master I'm gone
56:45swing onto the wheels
57:03again now
57:07come on director
57:21will is everything all right
57:25we're okay hang tight we're coming out
57:48the landing gear is fixed
57:51thanks for these two Heroes over here
58:06how's it going but most of our feelings
58:09with those moves got about 90 minutes of
58:11flight time give or take I was kidding
58:14should be almost to the border between
58:16France and Switzerland good work Brianna
58:18I'll take over
58:21tell them that we don't have much time
58:23we have to go below the clouds
58:25I already got shot once today
58:36it's a gentlemen we will be making a
58:38descent in order to establish radio
58:53Nigel come in can you hear me
58:57Captain strong
59:00Nigel good to hear your voice
59:02oh my God you broke off contact so
59:05abruptly I
59:07feed the worst
59:09I wonder how did you manage to lose
59:10those plates we have to diss them by
59:13home with our radio transmission range
59:17what's your current location
59:19we're just about to Swiss border we have
59:21about 80 minutes of flying left which is
59:23not a lot of time to figure things out
59:25earlier you mentioned something about a
59:28uh weather anomaly
59:32before we got displaced we went to the
59:35center of a storm the love which I've
59:37never seen
59:38black clouds and some kind of a blue
59:41energy in the center of it
59:45now the most pressing match at the
59:47moment of course is your proximity to
59:49German airspace
59:50suggest you stay on course I'm trying to
59:53find a potential landing spot for you
59:57this is insisting that I get more
59:58information from you about this radar of
01:00:02what do you want to know Nigel well
01:00:04everything you can tell me Captain may I
01:00:09sir this is Bennett the the radar is in
01:00:12the nose of the plane and gives off
01:00:14radio waves to determine the objects in
01:00:16the area in the cockpit there's a
01:00:18console that looks like a bullseye and
01:00:21it sweeps the area for for signals and
01:00:23puts blips on the screen and indicating
01:00:25our distance that's about it
01:00:27certainly sounds
01:00:29it also sounds incredibly useful
01:00:31it's kept us alive so far Nigel well
01:00:34hopefully you Americans will get
01:00:35involved in the War sooner rather than
01:00:36later and you can help us out on the
01:00:38technology front
01:00:39like I said Nigel would give it to if
01:00:41you could
01:00:42William there's something else you
01:00:44should know
01:00:46my commanding officer
01:00:48we got company again Nigel
01:01:05we better lose you again Nigel
01:01:08it's so safe
01:01:44where are they
01:01:46we've got one behind and one ahead
01:01:54okay let's do this
01:02:05hold on
01:02:08hold on hold on hold on
01:02:22come on
01:02:43how's everybody back there the
01:02:44passenger's the crew uh a few broken
01:02:46windows and everybody's really shaking
01:02:47but we'll be fine so
01:02:52let's talk options we're stuck
01:02:54the red only gives us a small amount of
01:02:56warning which leaves our Windows to talk
01:02:58to Nigel very tiny that's because the
01:03:01radar is localized to us
01:03:03we're the epicenter of the signal right
01:03:04and can only track what's right around
01:03:06us that's right what if we had a radar
01:03:08on the ground
01:03:10one we could use to help us track enemy
01:03:13that could be helpful yes
01:03:17let's give it to Nigel
01:03:19Nigel's story doesn't make sense okay
01:03:21they they should have radar by now
01:03:25the way he talks it makes it seem like
01:03:26it's years off
01:03:28maybe this is why we're here not to kill
01:03:31Hitler but maybe we bring radar to the
01:03:34British we could cut it out of the nose
01:03:36of the plane air drop it to an agreed
01:03:38upon spot
01:03:39they could hook it up and be our air
01:03:41traffic control
01:03:42what about changing history
01:03:45from what we've heard
01:03:46it seems like history has already been
01:03:49Dunkirk who knows what else is is
01:03:52different down there
01:03:54this could get them and us back to the
01:03:57history we remember
01:04:00this can fix everything
01:04:03everything will
01:04:05you may not believe in time travel but
01:04:07you said yourself
01:04:09we're out of options
01:04:15it's called Nigel to tell him he's
01:04:17getting an early Christmas visit
01:05:14nacho come in
01:05:18come on Nigel thank God I thought I lost
01:05:21you because you're still here for the
01:05:22moment my friend almost got blown to
01:05:25press by a missile a missile from
01:05:27another plane no I think I'm a surface
01:05:30to air will I feel I must tell you how'd
01:05:33you listen
01:05:34we're about 100 miles from this West
01:05:36we want to give you a gift
01:05:39our radar
01:05:41think you can find us a job site Captain
01:05:43will are you sure you want to do that it
01:05:46is our only way
01:05:47to find a clear path to a friendlier sky
01:05:50well you should be somewhere near Mets
01:05:53at the moment correct that's correct we
01:05:55should be passing over bullet muzelle in
01:05:5710 minutes that's right are they done
01:05:59certain there's a platoona to intercept
01:06:01the radar if you'll be able to make the
01:06:03we'll make it then I have to sign off
01:06:06ten minutes of Fielding in the forest in
01:06:08German territory you can't miss it we'll
01:06:11get it to you
01:06:12got to be my friend
01:06:14over and out
01:06:17you heard him 10 minutes but if you look
01:06:19down your head down take Hector and
01:06:21Teresa with you cut the box out of the
01:06:24Buckle it but they scream Dale we need
01:06:27to make this with ours get a smooth ride
01:06:30make something that will make it survive
01:06:31a drop of about a few thousand feet
01:06:41you must listen to me we can't make
01:06:44another attempt to Target them we have
01:06:45to help him get to safety Nigel we've
01:06:47talked about what would happen
01:06:48continuously radar system airdrop it to
01:06:51us the only way we can get it is if you
01:06:53call off the bloody attacks
01:06:55Corporal call off all surface to our
01:06:57strikes immediately yes immediately
01:07:17I'm looking for anything we can use as
01:07:19some sort of parachute
01:07:22I think I think I can help
01:07:26but I cook these up for the grandkids no
01:07:29I mean they live in London thank you so
01:07:45all right
01:07:55tie it to the zippers
01:08:00how to power
01:08:04I need a USB battery does anyone have
01:08:07I have one I I have one
01:08:30go go
01:08:34ten thousand feet
01:08:37Roger that Captain
01:09:03the package is in the air I repeat the
01:09:06package is in the air Nigel the packages
01:09:08away brilliant
01:09:10we're sending troops to capture it now
01:09:11we're gonna start climbing now
01:09:13let's move double time our code break is
01:09:16hearing a lot of chatter
01:09:18you're gonna have company very soon
01:10:12thank you
01:10:21Nigel we don't have much time
01:10:24how's the Packers looking
01:10:26I should be here in mere moments just
01:10:28hold on
01:11:08the closest Radio operator to the drop
01:11:12Nigel you are our guardian angel
01:12:13all right
01:12:33buddy how you found it
01:12:49will we have the radar great work Nigel
01:12:53now work fast we've got a lot of company
01:12:54up here
01:13:01now you you almost had a few we need
01:13:04eyes in the sky now
01:13:13scanning the skies now
01:13:18okay Captain turned you Southeast and
01:13:21hit the throne now
01:13:22now are you sure Nigel yes I'm sure now
01:14:01 I can't shake them
01:14:24it just could not be anything else
01:14:34You're Beautiful Bastard you were right
01:14:37it really is 1940. yes of course it did
01:14:41we should have clear skies
01:14:43I'll direct you to a safe landing site
01:14:49can't be certain I'm reading this
01:14:51correctly but
01:14:52there's a rather large lake in front of
01:14:54you is it another airplane should be
01:15:00you should be able to see it it's dead
01:15:03what are you seeing gentlemen
01:15:06is that Vortex the one that brought it
01:15:09here is the same one
01:15:12you have to go through places
01:15:14we've got about 10 minutes Nigel
01:15:17I have a suitable Landing site for you
01:15:19within range well
01:15:21all I know is that thing brought us here
01:15:24we can't make it to a safe land in 1940.
01:15:27as much as I hate to admit it
01:15:30this is your best option
01:15:33ladies and gentlemen
01:15:35things are gonna get bumpy again I want
01:15:37to thank you for your patience
01:15:39persistence and your faith in the last
01:15:42few hours
01:15:43I'm proud of each and every one of you
01:15:46that felt like a goodbye
01:15:48we'll find out in a few minutes
01:16:05I can't thank you enough for everything
01:16:06you've done
01:16:08that's what allies do captain
01:16:11take care of yourself
01:16:13would you do the same captain
01:16:22here we go
01:17:36we are clearing the pattern and sending
01:17:38out Emergency Equipment
01:17:45I hear 42 the runways are clear bring
01:17:47her in
01:17:50we're out of fuel
01:17:54let's Glide this baby
01:18:00Runway at all discretion they are all
01:18:03clear bring her here
01:18:16drop the flaps
01:18:29gear down
01:18:32let's cut it
01:18:37you press tell you that's right
01:18:40Steady As She Goes
01:18:57this is flight 4-2
01:19:00we have touched down
01:19:02safe and sound
01:19:08copy that by a42
01:19:11to come to Berlin
01:19:16what year is it
01:19:19I like your sense of humor captain
01:19:25I love Germany
01:19:29this Germany
01:20:19it's everyone
01:20:21there's one more gentleman in the back
01:20:23though I'll take care of it you go
01:20:28excuse me sir
01:20:30it's time to go now
01:20:32oh just one more moment Captain I'm just
01:20:35finishing something up here okay
01:20:54pretty sorry to have kept you waiting
01:20:58I'm ready now
01:21:04as I say there's no time like the
01:21:08here we go
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