For the first time, we can play out the actual conversation between the pilots of Air India AI-101 and the Air Traffic Control in New York when the flight reported a major crisis. On September 11, the Boeing 777-300 jet with 370 passengers onboard was on the most crucial phase of its flight - landing at New York's John F Kennedy airport when the pilots were confronted with multiple systems failure. What made the situation worse was that after a 15-hour non-stop flight from Delhi, fuel was low, and the weather was bad. With no option left, the pilots improvised and used a non-standard approach to land. These are a few moments during the crisis on board Air India 101.