It’s the 1950s, the dawn of the jet age. And leading the world into this era of faster, less shaky flights is the British-made De Havilland Comet.
But when disaster strikes, a hungry American military plane maker called Boeing spots a golden opportunity to break into the civil aviation big leagues.
And as Boeing ascends, America’s grip on the aircraft market tightens, crushing the European competition.
But with their market share plummeting, Europe’s plane makers decide they must unite or die...