John and Scott, who were near the front of the pack fairly recently, are now dropping through the ranks like a rock, apparently due at least in part to their cab driver not knowing where he's going. John wants to get out and walk.
Wanda and Desiree get to the airport, but they hit the wrong entrance and have to turn around. BJ and Tyler and Eric and Jeremy think they're at the airport, but it turns out they're not.
Dave and Lori seem to be the first ones to the right entrance, so they find the little book and start looking up buildings. BJ and Tyler and Eric and Jeremy soon follow. Dave and Lori overhear that the other teams are all looking for the closest building, so they decide to avoid the crowd by looking up the second building. BJ and Tyler find the building first, but they have so much trouble finding the dispatcher they need to talk to -- and apparently they weren't so prepared as far as having read the clue -- that they wind up being outmaneuvered by Eric and Jeremy, who are officially the first to get going on the Rotorhead Detour. Dave and Lori have found the second-closest, which is Atrium V, so all these three teams are on their way.
Wanda and Desiree finally get in through the right entrance, and they wind up choosing the farthest building. As Desiree explains it, they saw that it was the farthest, but it was the first one they found in the book. It's not impossible that that's a good choice, since the farthest one is only a couple of miles farther than the nearest one, and you could easily spend a lot of time flipping around in a book, to the point where it wouldn't pay off. Again, I think Desiree has good racing skills, and she also seems to have the ability to consider the options and then decide something, which is something that sometimes hangs up lesser teams. They take off in fourth position, of helicopter-detour people.