Over 1,000 private jets are expected to land in Minneapolis for Super Bowl LII and providers are rolling out the red carpet for their customers


Jet Card seller Air Partner is using its partnership with travel agency and concierge service Quintessentially to offer clients and late planners the ability to see Super Bowl LII in style. 


Air Partner, whose Jet Cards start at 10 hours, provides a customized operations team and dedicated account manager that handle the hassle of planning trip details. Through Air Partner’s partnership with Quintessentially, its JetCard members and private jet clients are also offered exclusive arrangements, including a prime location hotel booking within two miles of U.S. Bank Stadium. Clients can choose desired seats to the Super Bowl and tickets will be hand-delivered. There is also VIP access to after parties, including the Rolling Stone, Playboy and Official NFL SB LII tailgate.


Air Partner jet card programs are 100% refundable and include both guaranteed availability and fixed one-way rates for North America as well as Europe and the Middle East. The publicly traded company recently announced it was enhancing the catering it provides with gourmet twists.


The Super Bowl is expected to attract over 1,000 private jets. NetJets, the largest operator of private aircraft in the world, is taking over an entire FBO as a lounge to handle just its customers. JetSmarter announced scheduled shuttle flights by the seat from New York, South Florida and Los Angeles to Minneapolis for the big game. Delta Private Jets and Magellan Jets have each posted promotions that include tickets to the Super Bowl when purchasing new jet cards. As part of Sentient Jet’s 2018 Benefits Guide, Sentient has partnered with Primesport, a leader in VIP hospitality and hotel packages. Sentient Cardholders have access to a dedicated concierge for ticket bookings, complimentary ticket upgrades, and access to private celebrity meet and greets.


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