After an encounter with a faulty airline toilet, Dakwon sues the offending airline, and wins 100 million dollars for his pain and suffering. Flush with cash, Dakwon decides to start his own airline called NWA. With a purple exterior, an interior to die for, the first flight of the new airline is about to take off. But with a pilot who can't fly, white passengers who are clearly out of their element, crazy security officers, and a crew too wrapped up in their own problems to deal with the passengers, Dakwon's dreams just might crash before they even get off the ground.
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