The viewer gets an overview of data for refueling, flight time, flight status and type of aircraft. Pre-flight preparations, procedures for push back, taxiing, takeoff, as well as approach and landing are shown in detail during recordings from the cockpit together with some exteriors and recordings from the control tower. During the flight, only selected scenes are shown, for example, crew change, route changes or interesting views from the window. The pilots explain aspects of their work and provide insights into the functions of the aircraft.
He began his career as a journalist in 1983 at ORF in Vienna, and then hosted radio-shows at 3.
In 1986 he debuted on public TV-channel FS1 with the first interactive TV-game show Superflip.
(1990) Hopp oder Top (Sale of the Century) for 580 shows on German's channel Tele5.
(1993) VoxBox, newsquix on channel VOX
(1994) Das ist Liebe (Thats amore) on channel ZDF
(1995) SimulCast TalkRadio show GongTalk (later: Talkline)
(1995) Internet, crazy new world on channel 3sat and BayTV San Francisco
(1996) netNite - infotainment about the "new Internet" on ZDF
In 1998, he established a correspondent's office in Los Angeles. He provided ORF with radio and TV features for the series Jolly Joker,Seitenblicke and Look as well as German radio stations such as Bayern 3. For RTL Radio Luxemburg he produced 54 episodes
of the weekly radio program Hollywood Hautnah (Closeup Hollywood).
During his study of "Broadcast Management" at UCLA, he worked as a trainee for KIIS-FM and the show Rick Dees in the morning.
In 1996, he produced the first Internet TV show on German TV, netNite, for ZDF. Starting 1998 he developed and produced the tri-medial show netRadio (broadcast, audiostream and live-cam) for Bayern3 radio station of the ARD/Bayerischer Rundfunk.
Therefore, he developed an early Second-Screen application named URLPush.
Along with the Radio and TV shows, Aigner published the netNewsletter (ISSN 1617-2116). The newsletter served 23.000 subscribers.
This netNewsletter - and the lack of a Double opt-in feature in 1996 led to the first decision relevant to unsolicited commercial email from the federal supreme court of Germany BGH. A subscriber had mistyped his email address.
Meanwhile, the ruling has been defined even more precisely: "A newsletter that is the result of an editorial activity has both freedom of broadcasting and of expression, even if it contains advertisements".
At the turn of millennium, he co-created the art project Screenhouse, with artist Markus Heinsdorff, where websites were projected onto a 900 square metres (9,700 square feet)
exterior surface of the HypoVereinsbank headquarters in Munich.
In the year 2000, Endemol contracted Aigner's agency for the multimedia implementation of the first Big Brother TV sequel in Germany.
In the year 2001, Aigner obtained a part-licence for the radio frequency 92.4 MHz and began broadcasting on FAZ Businessradio with the daily program net.fm, focussed on new media.
Recently, Aigner has been predominantly working on the TV-documentary series PilotsEYE.tv. The actual 13 sequels show the fascination of flying through the eyes of the pilots. The viewer can enjoy the flight from the jump-seat's perspective by means six synchronized cameras in high definition. The program is broadcast in many countries, and sold on DVD and Blu-ray.