–Mrs. Guerrero, what did your husband do in the army?
–He was a demolition expert.
–What about some breakfast?
–Sounds like a good idea. Where should we go?
–Your apartment…Well, you’ve been bragging about your scrambled eggs. It’s time I fould out just how good they really are.
–What’s the security code tonight?
-The instruction book said that was impossible.
-That’s one nice thing about the 707. She can do everything but read.
1. And another thing…the captain deliberately struck me!
2. If you don’t shut up, the second officer is going to do the same.
1. He’ll get sucked out, won’t he?
2. So will anybody sittin’ next to him.
1. I’m his disaster insurance.
2. More like group insurance.
1. Nuts to the man in 24-B.
2. You said it!
Aww, a tractor-trailer jack-knifed and flipped over. It’s laying on its side like a drunken dinosaur.
Can we get a blanket?
Don’t talk to me about consequences! When Congress voted to cut airport appropriations, you never even sent in a letter of protest. And where were you when the airlines and the pilots and the rest of us were…were pleading for…for more airports and better traffic contol? You were picking out the colors in the ladies’ lounge. So now you’ve got your consequences!
Get on oxygen!
Grab ‘im! He’s got a bomb!
Grab him! He’s got a bomb!
Hold on. We’re going for broke!
I was being transferred on a MATS plane at 20,000 feet when one of the windows shattered. The guy sitting next to me must have weighed 180 pounds. He went through that space like a hunk of hamburger going down a garbage disposal. And right after him…coats, pillows, blankets, cups, saucers…
I’ll be back in time if I have to pull that plane out with my teeth.
I’m stuck in traffic on Carlton Road just east of Mannheim.
I’ve made it. The airport’s staying open.
If you could hijack a 707, you could start your own airline.
If you’re wondering if we had another fight, the answer is no. Just a continuation of the same one.
Joe, I need you right away. I got fourteen on the ground and eighteen stacked upstairs.
Let us put it this way: You promised me a box of cigars if I pulled this off, right? Well, what’re you standing here for? Go get ’em!
No approach will be any good if it ends on two-two! We need two-niner! Otherwise, you’re gonna end up with a broken airplane and a lot of dead people!
Remind me to send a thank you not to Mr. Boeing.
Roger, Lincoln. You just freed the slaves again.
Runway two-niner closed on account of disabled aircraft.
So instead of being plump, I’m pregnant.
Sudden decompression at 30,000 feet is something you’ve gotta see to believe.
That’s private property!
The change of climate will do me good…no snow.
The only thing we’ve got left in common is the same mattress.
there is one thing the 707 cant do and that is read
They don’t call ’em emergencies. They call ’em Petronies.
Until that pressure equalizes, anything within 20 feet of him that’s not strapped in or nailed down is gonna go right out that hole.
weve got the lights
When you get to be older, there isn’t a lot left to be frightened of.
You turn the screws and tell that Lincoln manager to get off his penguin butt and clear that runway!
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