The highlight of the movie: Kim Oja is cute and she is a serviceable actress. It's all downhill from there.
Some have noted that this movie uses tons of stock footage. Not surprising since if they had a budget of more than $10,000 it doesn't show up on the screen. The FAA will let movies shoot some background and limited principal shots in its air traffic facilities, but the producers here don't even bother. They just badly dress up a room with stuff that has no relation to reality. The action is supposed to take place on a 747, but they couldn't even spend the money to shoot the cockpit scenes in a real 747 or rent one of the mockups that have appeared in numerous other movies. The cockpit is an obvious thrown together cheap set done by someone who has absolutely no idea of what they're depicting. Poorly directed, indifferently acted (except by Ms Oja) and completely unresearched.
In order to not either laugh or throw something at the screen when you watch this, you have to have no knowledge of aviation, air traffic control, the military, piloting requirements, what anything in a cockpit is, the military, guns, how humans breathe (you can breathe without aid at 10,000 feet, there's no reasons to rapidly descend from there), security, etc. Come to think of it that describes the writers. For example, in the big climax, you're expected to believe that every air traffic controller knows exactly how to fly a 747 and can teach virtually anybody how to land it and that your average flight attendant knows where all the controls are and just how to work them. In this big sequence, the writer and didrector don't even bother to learn what controls do what to attempt to inject even a modicum of realism in an unbelievable sequence Controller: "Now pull that throttle back as hard as you can". Whereupon the flight attendant pulls back only one lever (there are four on a 747, one for each engine) which isn't a throttle lever anyway. There is not even the slightest attempt in this movie to get anything right. So, this movie does exactly what the plane would do in real life: Crash and burn.
Yes, Passenger 57 and Executive Decision (from which this movie copies) weren't very realistic either, but at least they tried, and if you could get by the silliness were exciting. This movie doesn't even bother, and neither should you.