Super Bowl XLVIII hosted by New York City holds the record for most private jet arrivals while last year’s Super Bowl LV in Tampa set the low mark
Private aviation executives say there are several factors regarding the number of private jets descending on the Big Game. Teams, venues, and even players have a role.
With the home team playing in the Big Game and COVID-19 putting a damper on travel, private jet arrivals to Tampa area airports were significantly down this year
Like the Kansas City Chiefs, private jets didn’t fare well against Tom Brady and his hometown Tampa Bay Buccaneers, according to data from Argus TRAQPak.
Directional Aviation’s charter broker PrivateFly is providing suggest private jets and estimated pricing for those of you who want to head to Super LIV
Going to the Super Bowl is usually a group event, so charter broker PrivateFly has published estimated prices for larger private jets that seat up to 13 passengers.
PrivateFly has been making news with fixed city-pair pricing, but in this case, its prices are estimates to give you a bit of guidance.
Sentient, like several other Jet Card sellers, is amping up the VIP quotient for its customers who will be watching the Patriots battle the Eagles
While it may not be a question of which team Sentient executives will be rooting for on Sunday – the company is based outside Boston – its 150 customers who will be flying to Minneapolis will be getting red carpet treatment regardless of their favorite team. Via its partnership with Primesport, a leader in VIP hospitality, Sentient Cardholders have access to a dedicated concierge for ticket bookings, complimentary ticket upgrades, and access to private celebrity meet and greets. The company also assists Sentient customers in securing hotel reservations and with on the ground staff.