Night Flights


After dark the sky is lit up with a grid of lights mounted beneath the wings of an aircraft.

While most banner-towing airplanes have to be grounded by sunset, there is a stunning alternative. Specialy equipped planes with light grid mantles under the wings can brighten the dark sky with your name and message spelled out in lights. Since they are computer controlled, they can even play short animations! The message is displayed on an 8 foot by 36 foot grid, containing 252 lights. And while messages can vary in length, they will remain readable and effective when kept within 70 characters.

While not as colorful as daytime banners, there are a few advantages to night flying over standard aerial advertising. First, there is no printing overhead since the message is all digital. Second, you can display more than one message as the plane continues its flight.

We have night planes all over the country and in every major market from San Francisco to Albuquerque and all the way east to Fort Lauderdale and New York. Because of the uniqueness of this advertising medium, the aircraft draws significant attention when flying overhead, resulting in the maximum exposure for your advertisement.