Mockumentary based in the border security office of fictional Northend Airport, a small provincial airport which may lack a little in glamour, but still must abide by the same rules as larger international airports.
Chief Inspector Proctor is sent a set of new directives from the Home Office that amount to an instruction to carry out racial profiling. Stuck with having to persuade her team to adopt a set of rules that even she finds offensive or risk her job by angering her Home Office masters, in desperation she even tries to enlist support outside her department from the baggage handlers.
Two rowdy drunks from a hen party give Clive a hard time. Grant falls for a beautiful Ukrainian, who isn't laughing at his jokes. Andy is trying to avoid Proctor and find a way to shed her 'no fun' image.
A detective from the London Met takes charge for the day.
The death of one of Northend's best mechanics throws Andy and Tariq in a quandary as they try to remember who he was. Meanwhile, Grant tries to get others to join in drowning his sorrow and Clive keeps dropping broad hints that he is expecting a surprise birthday party.
The team deal with their first case of an asylum seeker. Dr Jamilah Apeloko is a highly respected university lecturer from Nigeria and the team resolve to do everything in their power to help her - even if it means working into the night...
Clive is leaving to join the police, but his colleagues have more important things on their minds. Proctor is concerned about a derogatory photo of her going viral, and Tariq and Andy are confused about their relationship.