It was good to see these set of Airport movies again. Although a bit outdated now, there is still enough action to keep your interest.
May be the only reminder that we did once have the fastest passenger plane on the planet.
Whacko!!!..what a ride thru time..the ill fated Concorde is the real star of this two bit drama..Patroni acts like he has to go somewhere else..I liked the Farrah Faucet hairstyles and those suits..did we all dress like that??...Airports arn't what they used to be....Concorde doing barrell rolls evading a toy heat seeker....whew!!...the F4 phantoms are for real as are those French Mirages..and what about the the pink F4 target plane...Boy-O- Boy I remember all that.....an enjoyable trip..I give it an 8/10...
Don't believe everything you see, but it keeps you out of mischief for the evening. Ed
The best part of this feature is the breathtaking shape of the Concorde, fast and past!
A true air disaster classic.This one takes you into the lives of each and every character before building up to disaster.If you like the older disaster films you will love this one.Plenty of comedy all round too!
A liitle piece of adventure escapism. Somewhat unlikely plot, but it really doesn't matter. Interesting to see that Joe Petroni has suddenly graduated from chief aircraft mechanic to chief pilot of a highly sophisticated aircraft!