Blake, after Christa asked Alex to move on Flight 180.
Blake and Christa were almost always seen together and Tod Waggner had a major crush on the two. Both of them got on the plane and politely asked Alex Browning to change seats so they could sit together. After he moved, the plane began to malfunction and exploded, killing Blake.
However, it was a premonition.
DeathBlake and Christa ask Alex to change seats, just like in his dream, but he pants and jumps forward, ignoring the two girls. Alex began to freak and scream that the plane was going to explode, but Blake ignored him and stayed on the plane. Soon thereafter, it did explode, killing Blake and hundreds of other civilians.
- Alex tells his mom not to rip off the tag from a previous flight because it's good luck. She rips it off anyway.
- A man approaches Alex and tells him, "Death is not the end."
- The departure time was the same as Alex's birthday.
- One of the signs within the flight schedule has a broken wire.
- In the terminal, Rocky Mountain High is playing, by John Denver, who died in a plane crash.
- Before Alex gets on the plane, he sees a van. It's number is 666.
- Blake shares her surname with Carrie Dreyer, a casualty of Devil's Flight. The two have short hair and look similar. And both of them died during the opening disaster. They also wore a blue shirt in the whole movie, except Carrie's photo which appeared after her death (but her shirt still has blue strips). Although there are some coincidences, but the movie's producer Craig Perry had confirmed they had no relation. In addition, Blake was Carrie's sister in the novel, but it's consider non-canon.
- She somehow , looks similar to Ashlyn Halperin from Final Destination 3, similar to how Christa, her friend, looks similar to Ashley Freund. So if they were to survive, they would have had similar roles to Ashley and Ashlyn.