In this chapter Delphine and her sisters experience turbulence. In this chapter remembers back to when she was in the airport.
In this chapter Delphine regrets giving the window seat to her sisters because they pass the Golden Gate Bridge. Delphine unbuckles her seat belt and leans over her sister to see the bridge. At this the flight attendant says that Delphine is an insult to the African-American race.
In this chapter Cecile comes to the airport to collect her children. She comes in disguise because she doesn't want anybody see her with the 3 girls. The rest of the chapter is about how Delphine and her sisters get to Cecile's house.