In 1937, Indiana Jones arrived at Croydon on a flight from the United States, in search of the thief Amanda Knight. While at the customs checkpoint, two agents from Scotland Yard, Percy and Clyde approached him. They quickly explained that they knew Jones' purpose in England, and that they couldn't have him combing London for the alleged thief. They produced a ticket to the Orkney Islands for Jones, informing him that he should contact them if he would happen upon any old friends or stolen property up north.
Behind the scenesEdit
Croydon Aerodrome started off as two World War I airfields that were combined to form the main London international airport, opening in March 1920. It was closed in 1959, as larger airports in the London area had been put into service.