Air Jet’s hero costume consists of a plain crimson bodysuit, plates of white armor attached to his elbows, knees and lower arms. He wears matching knee-high boots and a cannon on his left arm, as well as his signature Air Jet on his back.
The design of his helmet varies from one publication to another. In the main series' the helmet is not seen because Air Jet always shown from behind. The spinoff Vigilantes shows that he wears a box-like helmet that covered his entire face. His appearance in Deku & Bakugo: Rising, shows him in a different helmet that showcases more of his face.
In a meeting with Best Jeanist, Manual, Death Arms, Snipe, 13, Endeavor, Midnight, Ingenium, and Gunhead, a police officer speaks about the unwilling civilians injected with Trigger. The officer explained that the people in question were more of victims than villains. Endeavor argued that any public use of a Quirk is illegal and that they should treat them as villains, letting the police investigate the backgrounds of future captures. He said this is the only way to protect the innocent while not risking themselves by hesitating every time they see a new enemy. All Might, who was not present, had his reply to the problem delivered by Naomasa Tsukauchi. He stated that he would assess the situation at the scene more carefully because as heroes they must not bring harm to innocent citizens. This was in direct opposition to Endeavour’s answer greatly angering him.
When Mei Hatsume shows her gadgets to Izuku Midoriya, she shows him a Jet Pack, which Izuku notes to be based on Air Jet's. Izuku says he likes the Buster Hero, too and that his Agency used to be in his neighborhood.
- Buster Shot: Near the enemy and in an aerial position, Air Jet fires a powerful blast from one of his arm cannons.
Jet Pack: Air Jet's backpack contains two jets capable of sustained flight.