St. John Hawke is lured into the underworld of contraband by a woman he once loved.
Jo's father helps the Airwolf team recover radioactive plutonium stolen by a group of Neo-Nazis.
The team tracks a shipment of opium from Southeast Asia to France in an effort to gain sufficient evidence against a grower before a fateful confrontation at a drop-off location in the United States.
A sinister and dangerous man called Malduke threatens to destroy a freighter containing atomic waste if the nations of the world do not move people with contagious diseases into isolated colonies.
Locke becomes the object of a plot to steal Airwolf after a physician successfully conducts brain implant surgery which controls his thoughts and actions.
Jo goes in search of her old boyfriend who is reported dead in a plane crash in a Middle Eastern desert.
When a corrupt general in a small republic disappears with millions of dollars in U.S. aid funds, the team attempts to track him down.
The Airwolf team travels to an international air show to effect the escape of a double agent who has been working as a military pilot for a European Eastern block nation.
When a group of radical anti-war pacifists gain control of twenty nuclear missiles and threatens to unleash their destructive power to force total disarmament, the Airwolf team attempts to neutralize their seemingly unstoppable plan.
St. John almost loses his life while test-flying an experimental airplane called Viper, then disappears after an auto mishap.
Revenge motivates a kamikaze pilot who was taken prisoner of war during World War II by St. John's father.
A set-up backfires, causing Locke to try and stop a spy from escaping with vital secrets and Mike as hostage.
St. John Hawke and an old friend from Vietnam discover a highly contagious and dangerous virus created by a madman intent on death and destruction.
Jo and Mike are assigned to protect the daughter of an inspector who is the target of a terrorist squad.
As the nuclear crisis worsens, Soviet authorities reluctantly agree to allow the Airwolf crew to join efforts to stem the continuing spread of radioactivity and prevent a total meltdown of the multiple reactors.
St. John Hawke tries to assure a fair trial for the commander of a special air combat force charged with murdering his wing man.