The private jet membership provider hosted its seventh annual Super Saturday Tailgate attracting a slew of star athletes and celebrities
Wheels Up has always been about being more than just a private aviation solution, but a lifestyle. That approach was on display earlier this month during Super Bowl LIV. In Miami, it hosted its seventh annual Super Saturday Tailgate event.
Taking over a warehouse in Wynwood, the afternoon and into the evening party drew a mix of athletes and celebrities. Russell Wilson, Baker Mayfield, Bill Belichick (above), Sam Darnold, Guy Fieri, Rich Eisen, Ron Rivera, Scott Van Pelt, Mike Golic, Mike Tirico, Kirk Herbstreit, Steve Levy, and Lawrence Tynes were spotted.
Boston-based Magellan Jets is offering a $105,000 private jet VIP package to Miami
Boston-based Magellan Jets, which last year revamped its jet card program, is offering a special package for those of you who want to fly in style to watch the Big Game in Miami.
The package includes round-trip private jet charter with Magellan Jets to Miami, two King rooms at the Fontainebleau South Beach, an epicenter for partying, round-trip airport SUV transfers, and car service as directed by you to all events and the game.
In a wide-ranging interview with Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo, the Wheels Up founder and CEO discussed the implications of its Delta Private Jets deal plus its upcoming Super Bowl LIV party
Wheel Up CEO last week joined Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo on Mornings with Maria. And while there was talk of his deal with Delta Air Lines to merge Delta Private Jets with Wheels Up, there were also meatballs.
As part of the eight-minute segment, Dichter discussed Super Bowl LIV, to be held February in Miami. It will mark the second year in a row it is partnering with Rao’s for a pop-up restaurant as part of its hospitality for the Big Game.