As they start to land, Teabing feels like he's returning to England victorious. He unlocks a secret wall panel and gets out his and Rémy's passports, along with a wad of cash to serve as Langdon and Sophie's "documentation".
Teabing is relying on his reputation and charm, (ok—and a hefty bribe) to get them through customs.
Rémy's supposed to stay behind and watch over their captive. Langdon and Sophie don't think this is wise, but Teabing insists.
The pilot calls back to tell them the tower just radioed with some vague instructions to land at the terminal instead of Teabing's private hangar.
Our wise refugees are pretty skeptical.
They all debate what they should do about the new problem. Teabing hobbles towards the cockpit—he's got some kind of a plan.