Synopsis: Bill Marks, a former cop dealing with his daughter's death by drinking, is now a federal air marshal. While on a flight from New York to London, Marks gets a text telling him that unless 150 million dollars is transferred to an offshore account, someone will die every 20 minutes. Can he find the terrorist in time and save everyone?
Director(s): Jaume Collet-Serra
Production: Universal Pictures
  1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
106 min

- We can't.

Captain? TSA says a full cross

check on the passenger manifest

could take 25 to 30 minutes.

We can divert the flight,

if this is for real.

The nearest airport?

Well, it's 95 minutes

back to Halifax,

two hours to Iceland,

three to London.

We're midway over the Atlantic.

You Okay?

It's this juice fast I'm on.

Gives me the shakes.

It's your call, Bill.

Do we have a situation?

Can we review the footage?

It's recorded directly

to the black box.

But I can watch all the camera

feeds live from the galley?


Get back on the line with TSA.

See if they can back trace

this account number.

In the meantime, I'll need

the passenger manifest.

I'll see if I can find him.

But in 10 minutes, I'd like you

to switch off the network system.

We don't want him checking to

see if a transfer's been made.

Nancy, come with me.

Two cameras in business,

six in coach.

We're gonna need more eyes.

I'll get another attendant.

How well do you know the crew?

Not very well.

- Excuse me.

- Yeah?

Will you come with me, please?


You want me to come right now?

This is a bad idea.

She was sitting beside

me when this started.

The only two people I trust on

this airplane are you and her.

Trust me with what?

What's going on?

I text, you circle any

passenger with a phone

or acting like they have a phone.

I'm not sure I understand what

it is you want me to do...

Please, just do as I ask.


Ladies and gentlemen, looks like

we've hit some

unexpected turbulence.

Please return to your seats and

keep your seatbelts fastened

until it's safe to move about

the cabin. Thank you.

There. 9B.

Seat 9B. David Norton.


Austin Reilly.



Jason Cole.


14C, Charles Wheeler.

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