Alright, first, take a look at this video.
According to these dudes, that thing can get in the air going at around 70 kilometers (~43.5 miles) an hour. It also looks like it can easily carry 2-3 dudes while doing this, fully loaded to boot. If you're at all like me, your brain just imploded from an overload of things you can do to this sum***** to make it a nightmare for anyone and everyone not on your team. Here's what I propose we do to this.
First, one of the people who run large, relatively open fields with few things tall enough for this puppy to crash in to unintentionally either gets a couple (the damn thing's 13k, I don't think you'll need to break the piggy bank to get 2-4) or lets the players bring their own. Next, you make sure that the players are aware of what the slots are on this thing; driver (either someone who works at the field or the owner of the craft), AA gunner (uses a normal paintball gun to target other aircraft and whatever dudes on the ground he thinks he can reliably plunk in the head from altitude), ground assault (makes use of long-range weaponry such as mortars (launch a paint balloon at an angle, see it go boosh) and hand-dropped grenades to attack ground forces), and one backup/ammo monkey (fills in where needed, passes ammo when necessary). The teams are allowed to use the aircraft in any way they think of (personnel transport, recon, assault, mooning the other team's general, whatever they can come up with). Of course, the craft's got to be covered in places that could make the craft unsafe if shot with anything, but I think that it shouldn't be much of a problem.
This particular craft would probably not do very well in games that register tank kills only when they get hit with something that just makes a noise (how in all the Hells are you going to hear that over a bloody fan on the back of your head?), so having tank kills register when a good chunk of the thing's got a new coat would work best. If you want, I can give a good enough game rule set that could work with this VERY nicely. So, what do you think?