A TWA jumbo jet on a routine flight from New York to Paris, France. Suddenly, it explodes and plunges burning into the Atlantic. There are over 200 people on board. Is it a missile attack, a terrorist bomb, or a catastrophic mechanical failure? Now, using advanced computer simulation, we reveal what really when wrong on Flight TWA 800. Disasters don’t just happen. There are chain of critical events. Unravel the clues and countdown those final, Seconds From Disaster. America, New York City. John F. Kennedy Airport. July 17th, 1996. Security is tight at New York’s busiest airport. Tens of thousands of people will pass trough JFK today on some 1,000 flights. They are all potential targets for terrorist attack. In nearby Manhattan, terrorist Ramzi Yousef is in the US Federal Court. He’s on trial for trying to blow up the World Trade Center with a 600 kilogram truck bomb. But he’s also accused of masterminding a plot to kill hundreds of innocent people with bombs planted on 12 US airplanes. The FBI knows that many members of Yousef’s terrorist cell remain at large. And could still target planes for attack?