Just after Chuck and P.T. finish one hard job, they have to hit the sky again, this time to pick up a nun called Sister Bridgit, who needs to see one of her former charges, now carrying a gun.
The sheriff's department enlists Chuck and P.T. to help out in catching three drug traffickers who somehow elude them at the same place every time they follow them through traffic. The pilots come up with an ingenious way to trace the drug pushers' car, which leads them to the stash and a surprising destination.
Chuck and P.T. are hired by a mild-mannered man to fly him to a small Mexican village in the middle of the night. Once every ten years this village celebrates the "Day Of Miracles" and this man wishes to repay the village a long-standing debt by staging a miracle. The "miracle" does happen, but on the return flight, the kindhearted man requests that the pilots turn him into the police when they land. As it turns out, he embezzled the money which he used to create his miracle. The flyers have no choice than to do as he asked, but are determined to try and help out this good Samaritan any way they can.
Just after Chuck and P.T. take delivery of their new Bell 47 helicopter, a man sneaks into the chopper and takes it for an unscheduled and unauthorized flight. After he is brought back to ground, he claims to be suffering from amnesia and thought that he may be a pilot, hoping the flight would help him regain his memory. But when a reporter start to look into the fantastic tale, clues begin to point to the possibility of an unsavory past ... and murder.moreless