Air Emergency

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Notes (7)

  • The Crash of Birgenair Flight 301, later broadcast as Mixed Signals is referenced in this story.

  • One of the passenger's wrote a book on the series of events which took place throughout this chaotic flight.

  • This episode is also known as All Four Engines Have Failed.

  • There is a reference and flashback to Air India Flight 182 (Air India: Explosive Evidence)

  • Alternate title for this episode is Sight Unseen.

  • Alternate title for this episode is Lost in Space.

  • Alternate title for this episode is Deep Freeze.

Trivia (23)

  • As of season 4, this is the only time that narrator Stephen Bogaert has an acting role as well playing Co-Pilot Origel.

  • Jonathan Aris, the narrator for the British broadcasts of Air Emergency is credited for the narration of this episode. Stephen Bogaert who normally narrates the English Canadian and American broadcasts is not credited by either Discovery Channel or National Geographic.

  • This episode references Japan Airlines Flight 123 (Out of Control) and United Airlines 232. Both planes had crashed after losing their hydraulics

  • Jonathan Aris, the narrator for the British broadcasts of Air Emergency is credited for the narration of this episode. Stephen Bogaert who normally narrates the English Canadian and American broadcasts is not credited by either Discovery Channel or National Geographic

  • National Geographic Channel lists Jonathan Aris, the narrator of the British broadcast of Air Emergency, as the narrator for this episode. Discovery Channel Canada lists Stephen Bogaert, the usual narrator for the English Canadian and American broadcasts.

  • National Geographic Channel lists Jonathan Aris, the narrator of the British broadcast of Air Emergency, as the narrator for this episode. Discovery Channel Canada lists Stephen Bogaert, the usual narrator for the English Canadian and American broadcasts.

  • It is early on pointed out by the narrator that the 2nd in command is a captain assuming the role of a first officer on this particular flight. Still, his uniform insignia shows 3 stripes on his shoulder, and not 4 which would be correct.

  • The Crash of Air Canada Flight 797 is referenced.

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