What does "fly out the back on to the A320" mean in the following sentence?
This is from "The Inbetweeners E03S01"
Simon has driven into a funeral cortege, right behind the hearse, and in front of the chief mourners' car. There are flowers spelling the word 'DAD' inside the hearse. Will looks behind and sees a car with a woman crying in the back and a hard-looking man red with rage staring out from the front passenger seat.