|Turbulence (2002) [Novel]|
by John J. Nance
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(From the publisher):
The passengers of Meridien Flight 6 - delayed for tedious and uncomfortable hours, and mistreated by rude and inept airline personnel - have finally been pushed to the edge. When Captain Phil Knight makes a forced emergency landing in war-torn Nigeria, there abandoning his co-pilot to certain death, violence erupts inside the aircraft as the enraged passengers attempt the first-ever commercial airline mutiny.
But what they don't realize could kill them. For the unscheduled loss of radio contact with their flight has led NATO and the CIA to believe it has been hijacked by terrorists and must now be carrying a deadly chemical weapon into the very heart of Western Europe. In the pressurized last moments as Flight 6 approaches, NATO scrambles to uncover the reality of the plane's cargo... while navy pilots bring the 747 into their gunsights, and the lives of many innocent passengers hang in the balance.
Original title: Turbulence
Genre: Fiction→ Adventure→ Political Intrigue and Terrorism