Winston returns the air marshal's gun and explains that there's another saboteur on the plane. The marshal asks why the second bad guy has had plenty of opportunity to make a move, but hasn't done anything. Why?
Laura asks Chance's name, and he tells her. Then she says "Is it?" Is this a running thing? Because I don't really care who he is "really". I'm just in it for the crazy. Anyway, Laura and Chance get ready to crawl through the air duct (he does that a lot) and she slips a hairpin to the cuffed baddie. Chance opens a hatch in the floor (which is above them, remember) and they're off.
Now, let's look in on Guerrero and Sergei. They seem much more relaxed. Sergei claims that he's failed at all his attempts and starts to leave. But Guerrero has an analogy about a key that will open any safe. Would Sergei take that key? No, because "something that powerful would instantly make you a target". Guerrero vaguely (but intensely) threatens Sergei, who turns around, taps on the computer for a second, and has an answer. That was fun.
Back to the plane. Everyone seems surprisingly calm as Winston tells them all to try to roll up the wall when the plane rolls back over, and then to strap themselves in as quickly as possible. One guy has his cellphone out, and I find myself wondering how his conversation is going. Casper (or "Brooke" as she prefers to be called) looks out the window at the storm cloud.
Chance and Laura make it to the wheel well. The wheel is not extended, but the hatch thing is open, so they're exposed to the open air. He reports to Winston, who tells the pilot to be ready when the flight computer comes back on line. The original bad guy slips his handcuffs.
In the wheel well, Chance hooks up the laptop while Laura says "We're running out of time!" and looks worriedly at the open sky. Seems like it would be awfully cold and windy in there. The computer comes online, and the pilot takes control. The baddie creeps up on Winston, but gets thugged over the head by the air marshal. Chance reattaches the computer access plate and Laura backs away from him. But he's got her gun! He suggests that they go inside and talk. She doesn't want to go to prison. He tells her that she has a choice. He had to make a choice once, and that's how he got this job. She seems to consider it. And then the plane starts to turn over and she kicks the gun out of his hand.
When the plane is right-side-up again, Chance is hanging from the wheel, his feet dangling outside the plane. Laura hits him a couple of times, and starts to choke him. But he's got that Ketamine pen and gives her a dose! What, you think people on Ketamine can't commit murder? Maybe you should see Party Monster, my friend. Anyway, Chance pulls himself up, and now it is Laura who is hanging from the wheel. And she's all drugged up, so she can't hold on very well. Chance tries to pull her up, but she says "Tell me your name" and falls away.