Over a series of longform texts and image essays, the following publication uses the history of airplane hijacking as a device to poetically explore the role of flight and seizure of the sky by several speculative architects, artists, and filmmakers series of texts and image essays. This is neither a rigorous nor sociohistorical investigation into the relationship between flight and architecture. Rather, it is a series of digressions within digressions within digressions. A shared poetic imagination that a specific set of figures shared and that (perhaps) only an architect would recognize and valorize. This is a multidisciplinary art project narrated in the voice of an architect.