Growing an airplane plant is similar to growing any succulent. These are plants from warm climates, so they only work outdoors if you have mild winters.
In the U.S., propeller plant is only hardy in zones 9 and up, including areas like the Pacific coast, Arizona, Texas, and the southern parts of the southeastern states.
However, like other succulents, the propeller plant can be grown indoors nearly anywhere or moved inside for the cold winter. Give your airplane plant soil that drains very well.
For containers, use a basic cactus mix. Place it in a sunny spot indoors and make sure the pot has a drainage hole. Overwatering and standing water are deadly to succulents.
The best way to water your plant is to completely soak it and then only water again when the soil has totally dried. This is about all you need to do for propeller plant care.
As long as it gets some light and is not overwatered, it should thrive. It will grow slowly, though, so be patient with your airplane plant, and be prepared for not getting flowers for a while if growing indoors.