Airline (2004)

Season 1 Episode 12

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Aired Monday 10:00 PM Feb 23, 2004 on A&E
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Storyline 1 There are those times in life when you would rather have been dead. In full view of every one, an embarrassed daughter doesn't know what to do, or where to look, as her angry father takes out his frustration on the ticket staff and attracts the attention of many onlookers. Storyline 2 Oxygen canisters can be a serious hazard on aircraft carriers. Because of the intense heat and rich oxygen supply, the igniter can be triggered--by external friction or by any impact to it. The nearby object could catch fire and burn intensely. That's why the staff at Southwest are exercising extra precaution when they do not allow a grandmother to travel with her oxygen canisters, causing her daughter-in-law and grandson to lose their cool. Storyline 3 For one family in Phoenix, things are much happier though no less emotional. Rob and Jenny Rasmussen have been waiting 10 years to adopt a child. Finally, their dream has come true -they've flown to China and today they're on the last leg from LAX to Phoenix to introduce their new baby daughter to the rest of the family.moreless

Who was the Episode MVP ?

Michael Carr

Michael Carr

Himself/Customer Service Supervisor (LAX)

Anita Herbert

Anita Herbert

Herself/Customer Service Supervisor (Midway)

Colleen Bragiel

Colleen Bragiel

Herself/Customer Service Manager (Midway)

Denise Brown-Bess

Denise Brown-Bess

Herself/Customer Service Supervisor (Midway)

Steve Ramirez

Steve Ramirez

Himself/Customer Service Supervisor (LAX)

Susie Boersma

Susie Boersma

Herself/Customer Service Supervisor (LAX)

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