Rex Kramer: [talking to the airport control tower] No, we can't do that, the risk of a flame-out is too great. Keep 'em at 24,000. No, feet.
When the old woman asks Elaine about reading, if you look behind Elaine and to the upper left, you can see the scotch tape holding the set together. You have to look closely to see it. See more...
At the end, the plane hits a radio station antenna. The radio station is WZAZ. That's because this was a Zucker Abrams Zucker movie. See more...
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|Original entry||Why on earth does Stryker land the plane with the wheels up? [He doesn't. He puts the landing gear down before landing, but the harsh impact causes the wheels to collapse.]|