Flexjet customers arriving into Miami’s Opa-Locka Airport will be treated to a VIP lounge created specifically for the Super Bowl
With as many as 1,500 private jets expected to descend on Miami in advance of Super Bowl 2020, local private jet facilities will be jammed to the gills.
To help ensure its jet card and fractional shareowners arrive and depart in style, Flexjet says it is creating a VIP pop-up private terminal at Opa-Locka Airport in Miami.
The terminal will operate from today through February 4th.
“When the game is in a warm-weather locale, more people fly in and they tend to stay longer so they can extend their trip into a real winter getaway,” said Flexjet chief operating officer Megan Wolf.
She added, “2019 saw double-digit increases in travel over holiday weekends, and we expect private jet travel this year to continue that trend, especially since Owners can book with as little as 10 hours’ notice, making last-minute travel decisions easy.”
Flexjet will provide a private hospitality lounge with team members on hand. The Flexjet staff will help with anything that comes up to assist in the game-day celebrations.
On arrival and departure, customers and their flight guests can unwind with wine from Flexjet’s brand partner Trinitas Cellars. Additionally, there will be curated snacks.
And don’t worry about packing team gear. Flexjet will have a boutique on-site to equip guests with appropriate fashion to represent their team.
In the past year, Flexjet has been increasing its lifestyle partnerships. Recently, it said it had taken delivery of its first Praetor 500 jet from Embraer. It was part of a $1.4 billion order announced during NBAA.