Chance opens some vents as far as he can before depressurizing the cabin. Winston's fight (in the little bulkhead area next to the restrooms and exit door) ends with him knocking out the guy with the gun, but not before one of the passengers takes a bullet. Man, it's always something, isn't it? Winston rushes over and makes a convenient blonde woman apply gauze to the wound and keep the guy awake and out of shock. She asks if they're going to make it. Winston doesn't look sure, and heads up to the cockpit. Somewhere under the plane, the fire burns merrily. Up in the cockpit, Chance and Laura the Flight Attendant chat about their careers. Laura's been thinking about changing careers, and Chance says that he hated his old job, too.
Back before things went off, Winston pushes a cart of drinks up to Chance's row and they compare notes. Winston has a list of the passengers, and he's crossed off all the people who are either regular commuters or boarded in London. Chance smugly lists what he's learned about various passengers, and Winston says that the guy in the front row is an Air Marshal. Chance proposes pulling a "Crazy Eddie", which means that they'll cause a distraction and see who's too busy to pay attention. So Winston rolls his cart up to a jerk who wants a bourbon and cola and gives him a shaken-up can of cola. He soaks himself and causes a big fuss about how hysterical and wet he is. Chance scopes out the plane and notes four or five people (including one clearly squirrelly one) who are ignoring the situation.
Guerrero explains to some sketchy hacker-dude that he's got a list of other hackers that have worked for the Maguffin Company that Casper is flying to Seattle to meet with. The dude says that all these guys are legendary world-class ghosts that he can do nothing with. So Guerrero provides the phone numbers of the six break-in crews that could have done the Seattle job, plus purchase histories of everyone that's bought tickets on the flight. With three distinct datasets, he asserts, the hacker ought to be able to triangulate an answer. The hacker allows as how maybe he could do it, but who says he wants to? Guerrero just stares at him and ignores the phone ringing in his pants. The hacker is immediately intimidated and agrees to do it. Guerrero keeps staring a few extra beats. Then he takes the call, which is Winston, calling from the plane.