Thank you for your interest in skywriting by Olivers Flying Circus. We provide the world's largest advertising platform which can make your message an instant sensation -- both real time and online! Skywriting is a spectacular sight that will capture the attention of your target audience (and many more) in a BIG way!
Skywriting is a larger-than-life spectacle unfolding in real time before thousands of people miles around. It's such an unexpected delight, countless people capture it on their phones and video cameras, then post it online to chat and share for repeated and lasting exposure. Local media also enjoy capturing the excitement, further spreading your message at no extra cost.
Think about it: Each letter is about one-mile high, and the average message is written across a 10-mile expanse of sky. On a clear day, each letter can be seen for up to 30 miles in any direction from the ground. That's over 2,800 square miles for each message written. As the wind drifts the skywritten words, even more people see them!
We can write almost anything almost anywhere -- over your city, a stadium, an arena, a special event, the lake ... you get the idea. The only requirement is suitable weather: Just a clear, blue sky as a backdrop for the white letters. Windy conditions are not a problem! No airspace waivers or special permits are needed!
Our quote to you includes all costs incurred for the skywriting event: mileage fee to get the airplane on location, skywriting fluid, pilot fees, T&E for pilot, etc. *Be sure to include your email address while filling out the form, or we cannot retrieve it. We also must have the city and state where you want the skywriting to take place.
Jaw-dropping skywriting brought to you by Steve Oliver and Suzanne Asbury-Oliver: The world's only full-time professional skywriting married couple for over 30 years.
Suzanne Asbury-Oliver began flying gliders at age 14; at 15, she soloed; and by age 18, she was certified as a flight instructor. She also holds an Airline Transport Pilot rating. Suzanne has logged over 5,500 flying hours. As the nation's only female professional skywriter, her aerial artistry painted on a canvas 10,000 feet high, dazzles many. Millions have met Suzanne through national media attention such as the Today Show, US Magazine, People Magazine, and front page coverage in the Wall Street Journal. The original Pepsi Skywriter is an open-cockpit 1929 Travel Air biplane which Suzanne flew for 22 years all across North America. The aircraft skywrote for Pepsi for six decades, and now hangs in the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C.
Steve Oliver is the other half of the skywriting team. Steve Oliver met Suzanne Asbury in 1981 at the Kentucky Derby, where she was skywriting for a local Pepsi-Cola bottler and he was pulling advertising banners with his 1941 Stearman biplane. It was love at first flight! They were married in 1982 and are still on an extended honeymoon.
Steve also began his flying career as a teenager and has logged more than 13,000 flight hours in everything from helicopters to biplanes, sailplanes and seaplanes; plus corporate and military jets. He holds commercial, instructor and Airline Transport Pilot ratings, plus Airframe and Power Plant Mechanic licenses. Besides sharing the skywriting flights, Steve also performs aerobatic airshow routines and nighttime pyrobatic airshows in the SkyDancer, a highly modified DeHavilland Chipmunk.