How We Provide Clients With Planes and Other Aircrafts

If your next production needs a movie plane or aerial equipment, you’ve come to the right place. Airpower Aviation provides clients with anything that flies, no matter how exotic or specific the request.


If It Flies, We Can Find It

Our team is experienced and knowledgeable with locating the perfect aircraft. Combined with our network in the aviation community, we are more than capable of obtaining whatever you need. We have access to thousands of civilian and military aircrafts, from modern commercial jets to vintage biplane fighters.

Why Choose Us

We are experts at translating your creative vision into a specific aircraft. Just tell us what you’re looking for, and we’ll get it to you. In case you’re not sure about the exact make and model of aircraft that suits your film project, don’t worry; we’ll even fine-tune your vision and show you various options.


Our Promise

You and your production crew deserve the most appropriate aircraft. There’s no reason to settle. Airpower Aviation will deliver the exact aircraft you’re looking for without sacrifices, substitutions, or delays.


Assisting Our Heroes

Even the U.S. military relies on our company to procure hard-to-find aircraft for their test pilots. They turn to us because no matter how specific their request is, we will efficiently provide the aerial equipment that meets their criteria. Contact us and our team will do the same for you.

Organizations We are Part Of

Airpower Aviation is a proud member of the Motion Picture Pilots Association. We’ll help your production stay safe, control costs, and look real.

Dedicated to Excellence

Our company’s unmatched experience in aerial coordination means your production will hit the screen just as you envisioned. We use a meticulous and precise approach that puts your safety first while ensuring the movie, TV show, or ad stays on schedule and within budget. Ultimately, we want to make sure it looks more real than you ever imagined.

Our Process

We will carefully review your scripts and storyboards, paying close attention to realism and alternate possibilities. Not only will we identify the aircraft, equipment, pilots, procedures, and timelines required, but also work out the logistics of every shot. After, our team’s planning and review process makes sure you get the appropriate level of realism needed. Finally, we will include recommendations as well as cost and time-saving ideas you’re sure to appreciate.


Military-Themed Productions

For productions focused on the army, we’ll serve as your military liaison. We will arrange visits to army bases and ships to help the writers and directors gain clarity with their visions. If needed, we will review your scripts for realism, plausibility, and authenticity to increase the chances of earning military approval.

Exceptional Execution

Our services don’t end there. On production day, Airpower Aviation will be there to make sure everything is executed with military precision. There will be no surprises or delays—just the shots you need. Our company possesses a unique knowledge of the capabilities, performance, and historical significance of virtually every aircraft, which means you get everything you need, safely and on schedule.

Featuring Our Aerial Equipment

We have provided aircrafts for various clients used in different areas of entertainment, such as:

Feature Films

  • Eraser
  • Barb Wire
  • Wild America
  • The Zone
  • Overnight Delivery
  • G.I. Jane
  • Idol in the Sky (Japan)
  • U.S. Marshals
  • Universal Soldier II
  • Three Kings
  • Garage Olimpo (Argentina)
  • Blow
  • Pearl Harbor
  • Memoirs of a Geisha
  • Flyboys
  • Winds of God (Japan)
  • The Ten
  • The Devil’s Tomb
  • Quantum of Solace
  • Valkyrie
  • Act of Valor
  • Game (India)
  • Cinema Verite (HBO)
  • The Artist
  • Atlas Shrugged Pt.II
  • Her
  • “42”

Television Series

  • Alias
  • Spy Game
  • What’s Right with America!
  • Jets (Germany)
  • It’s a Miracle
  • Roswell
  • The Batchelor
  • Over There
  • CSI: Miami
  • E Ring
  • Justice
  • Crash Dummies
  • Criminal Minds
  • Undercovers
  • American Idol
  • Modern Family


  • Kirin Coffee (TV-Japan)
  • Memphis Blue (print-Europe)
  • Advanced Micro Design (TV)
  • Opal Fruits/Mars Candy (TV-Japan)
  • Phillips 66 (TV)
  • Shell Oil (TV)
  • Bloomingdale’s (print)
  • Trei Wetter Taft (TV-Germany)
  • Boeing Aircraft (TV)
  • United Airlines (TV)
  • United Parcel Service (TV)
  • Nissan Regulus (TV-Japan)
  • Nissan Maxima (TV/Print)
  • iomega (Print/TV)
  • Altera Computers
  • First Union Bank (TV)
  • Comic Relief (TV)
  • Clairol (TV)
  • Harrah’s (TV)
  • Holiday Inn (TV)
  • Honda (TV-Japan)
  • H&R Block (TV)
  • The Source (print)
  • Expedia.com (TV)
  • NetZero.com (TV)
  • GMC Pick-Ups (TV)
  • Goldstar Electronics (TV-Korea)
  • American Crew (Print)
  • Kirin Two Dogs Lemon Brew
  • General Electric (TV)
  • Whitening Source (TV-Japan)
  • Iraq Sovereignty (TV-Middle East)
  • Outside Magazine (Print)
  • Victoria’s Secret Xmas (Print/TV)
  • Lincoln LT (Print/TV)
  • Suntory (TV-Japan)
  • Adobe (Print)
  • Miller Lite (TV)
  • Ecko Unlimited (TV)
  • GMC Acadia (TV)
  • Land Rover Discovery (TV)
  • ATT-Cingular (TV)
  • Budweiser (TV)
  • Centrum (TV)
  • Jimmy Choo (Print)
  • Ford F-150 (TV, Internet)
  • Subaru (Print)
  • Vanity Faire-Hollywood Edition (Print)
  • Swiffer (TV)
  • Audi TDI (TV)
  • Renault Clio (TV)
  • Budweiser Super Bowl Spot (TV 2012)
  • Verizon (TV 2011)
  • Trane (TV 2012)
  • Lear Denim (print 2011)
  • T-Mobile (TV 2012)
  • Brandman University (2013)
  • GMC Yukon (TV 2013)
  • Big Freedia/Fuse TV Promo (2015)
  • Music Videos
  • “Runaway” (Janet Jackson)
  • “Burden in My Hand” (Soundgarden)
  • “I Want It That Way” (Back Street Boys)
  • “Breathless” (The Corrs)
  • “Cowboys and Kisses” (Anastacia)
  • “Survivor” (Destiny’s Child)
  • “It’s My Party” (Fabolous)
  • “So High” (John Legend)
  • “Candyman” (Christina Aguilera)
  • “Wildest Dreams” (Taylor Swift)

Special Events

  • “New Tomorrowland” opening @ Disneyland
  • Spirit of Mickey-Disney video premiere
  • Insight Electronics
  • E3 Trade Show/LA
  • Intrepid Air, Space, & Sea Museum (NYC) Intro Film
  • Chicago Museum of Science & Industry U-505 Exhibit

Music Videos

  • “Runaway” (Janet Jackson)
  • “Burden in My Hand” (Soundgarden)
  • “I Want It That Way” (Back Street Boys)
  • “Breathless” (The Corrs)
  • “Cowboys and Kisses” (Anastacia)
  • “Survivor” (Destiny’s Child)
  • “It’s My Party” (Fabolous)
  • “So High” (John Legend)
  • “Candyman” (Christina Aguilera)
  • “Wildest Dreams” (Taylor Swift)