It really depends on the species of air plant. A lot of them require more light than is reasonable in captivity. others need more water, or humidity, than others. some are more tolerant of drier enclosures than others. its far from a simple answer, sorry to say. your best bet would be to do some research on Bromeliads in general since they are quite often refered to as air plants.
I'd stick with the Tillandsia genus as they would be more suited to a vivarium due to their size and forgiving nature. Several of the larger genera of bromeliads have spikes lining the outer rims of the leaves and the potential for injury to the T is there.