(( Sorry, I'll try do better. ))
Steve looks around at the plane. It is very spacious, and, just like the planes on those corny airline ads, the seats have screens built into the back of them. Steve looks at the back of the seat in front, and attempts to find an "on" switch. Failing to find one, he assumes it will start up when the plane takes off. Looking around for someone to talk to, he spots another kid up the front sleeping next to what appears to be his belongings. Wondering what they are waiting, for Steve looks idly out the window, along the back of the wing. The jet has two engines on his side, and the laws of airplane building state that a plane should have the same number of engines on each side (for aesthetic as much as practical reasons, as most jets are capable of flying on even if all the engines on 1 side fail), making this a four-jet aircraft. Checking for the safety devices (another natural habit), Steve finds a lifejacket and parachute strapped to the bottom of the chair. Having run out of things to keep his mind occupied, Steve attempts to go to sleep, just as something to pass the time.