Plaintiffs’ decedent suffered a massive heart embolism while in the bathroom of a Southwest Airlines plane flying from Oakland to Orange County.  When the airplane’s flight attendants became aware something was wrong, they wrongly diagnosed the problem as a terrorist threat.  The pilot contacted the Orange County Sheriff’s office, which sent officers to the plane on arrival and removed all other passengers from the plane before forcing open the bathroom door.  By then the decedent had suffered fatal injuries from lack of oxygen to his brain.  This decision affirms a judgment on a jury verdict for defendant, finding that the trial court properly held that 49 USC 44941 immunized the airline from claims based on its terrorism report as well as the actions which that report sparked.