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In After Effects, sure.
Would you know of any links to examples of this?
I was assuming something like Maya would have been required
You need to study up on Motion Tracking in After Effects. There are lots of tutorials on the Creative Cow. Try over there.
Flapping the banner will be kind of "fun" in AEFX and a 3D solution may be easier. I guess it depends on the skill of whoever is doing the fx and compositing.
I think because the footage/scenes will be while driving inside a car. With some panning back. The 3rd dimension would require Maya or similar. I think as Steven mentioned AE is a great choice. Just we do not have the experience to judge if it would give most accurate realism
Maya plus Flame/Inferno
Depending upon your needs, you could superimpose using vanishing point in Photoshop CS3 Extended and deal with it there (especially in multiple planes).
But yeah, After Effects is where you'll ultimately end up on the effects side, for wind and such