JUST PLANE CRAZY -- WHAT'S GOING ON IN THE SKIES? -- ON "20/20," FRIDAY, APRIL 13
Crazy captains, paranoid passengers, flight attendant freakouts... what is going on in the air these days? Anchored by Elizabeth Vargas, "Just Plane Crazy" airs on "20/20," FRIDAY, APRIL 13 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
Crews Gone Wild: Elizabeth Vargas looks at the mounting pressures in the air that have resulted in some serious breakdowns by both pilots and flight attendants.
Passengers Gone Wild: Thanks to long lines, intrusive security, endless airline fees and delay after delay, many passengers are already grumpy by the time they board the plane. So it's no surprise that there's plenty of bad behavior in the air. From drunken freakouts to Mile High Club wannabees, those hoping for a quiet and peaceful flight face quite a challenge. John Qui�ones reports.
Celebrities Out of Control: Chris Connelly reports on the models, the movie stars and the mayhem they create in the skies.
Love in the Air: From two passengers who met and fell in love after surviving the "Miracle on the Hudson" plane crash to a website dedicated to helping airline passengers find those missed love connections to flight attendants who get into the matchmaking game, John Berman reports on finding love in the air.
Control Tower: Air traffic controllers hooked on Vicodin, disregarding emergency calls as pranks, and literally falling asleep at the switch... What on earth is going on up in those towers? Jim Avila looks at some amazing highs and lows from one of the nation's most stressful workplaces.
TSA: The beauty queen who claims she was molested; the mother detained for bringing through her breast milk; the woman arrested for carrying her applesauce for her elderly mother... These are but a few of the outraged passengers who say the TSA goes too far. Deborah Roberts talks to a TSA worker so frustrated with the agency that she quit this week. Roberts also gets a rare glimpse at the TSA warehouse where the government stores all the weapons it confiscates to keep us safe.
David Sloan is executive producer of "20/20".