Air America (TV Series)

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This page is about the 1998-199 TV Series, Air America. For the 1990 film, see Air America. For the airline, see Category: Air America.

Air America, The Complete Series DVD cover

TV series (1998-1999)

Starring:
Lorenzo Lamas (Rio Arnett)
Scott Plank (Wiley Ferrell)
Arthur Roberts (Jenner)
Gilbert Montoya (Pablo)


This television series is not based on Air America film starring Mel Gibson. This series is about two buddies, Rio Arnett and Wiley Ferrell, who pretend to be pilots for Air America, a Latin American airline. They're really undercover agents working for the State Department. Rio and Wiley are responsible for, pretty much, playing the heros throughout the series.













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