Posted on May 26th, 2019
The winners of the AFC and NFC championships have been decided. This past Sunday the Seattle Seahawks defeated the Green Bay Packers and the New England Patriots won their victory over the Indianapolis Colts. This year’s Super Bowl XLIX is a West Coast vs. East Coast contest taking place in the American Southwest. Glendale, Arizona is the home of the University of Phoenix Stadium. This is the third Super Bowl they have hosted and they are ready to welcome back all of the fans of the National Football League.
If you are considering travel to Super Bowl 2015 by private jet contact JetOptions as soon as possible to arrange for your flight into Glendale Municipal airport. The FAA has preset standards for flights surrounding large sporting events and imposes a flight ban radius on the day of the game. These flight restrictions go into effect on January 29th and are not lifted again until Monday February 2nd to accommodate increased flight demands at the closest stadium airport.
If you have a delay in planning, not to worry. There are other nearby airfield choices in the event your first choice is not available. Ground transportation can be arranged for you either by town car or executive limousine services depending on the size of your party. Call us today to discuss which charter aircraft best meet your needs. To get you started, here are a few of the many JetOptions we have available to you for game day or even game week travel.
If you are new to private jets, keep in mind that you are leasing the entire aircraft for the flight. Quotes may be provided as one-way or round-trip. Depending on class of aircraft and prevailing winds, flying times from Seattle WA to Glendale AZ are under three hours. For East Coast departures into Glendale AZ flying times are around five hours.
There are 6 airports in the area that will be receiving air traffic for the Super Bowl. The official website of the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee has a very informative website that includes an interactive aviation map that shows information, distance, ground transportation access and more for each the airports in the area:
A Light Jet will typically carry between 5 to 7 passengers and will include Learjet, Cessna Citation V, and Hawker 400. A light jet from Dallas to the Super Bowl in Glendale AZ would start at around $13,500.00. Request a no obligation air charter quote to Super Bowl
A Mid-Size Jet can seat up to 9 passengers depending on configuration and includes the larger Citations II and III, Hawker 850 and 900 series, Gulfstream G100 and 150, Learjet 45 to 60, to name a few. A charter from Miami to the Super Bowl would start at around $34,000.00. Request a jet charter quote to Glendale, AX home of Super Bowl XLIX
The Super Mid Jet will carry the same 9 passengers with a longer flying range and may include a large galley and other luxuries found on larger jets. Some examples of jets in this class are the Challenger 300, Citation Sovereign and X, Falcon 50, Gulfstream G200 and G280, and Hawker 1000 and 4000. Charter rates for a super mid from Chicago to the Super Bowl would start at around $37,000.00. Request a no obligation private jet charter rate to Super Bowl 2015
Heavy Jets are second only to Airliners in seating capacity and flight range. Heavy jets can seat from 10 to 15 passengers depending on they are configured. Flying up to 4000 miles in a single leg they offer luxury in addition to their size and speed. Jets included in this class are the Challenger 604 and 605, Falcon 2000, 7X, and 900EX. the Global series aircraft, Gulfstreams like the G450, and the G650 and the Embraer heavy jets like the Legacy 600, Legacy 650, and Lineage 1000. A heavy jet aircraft charter from New York to the Super Bowl in Arizona would start at around $52,000.00. Request private jet charter prices to Super Bowl
You can view all of our available aircraft at https://www.flyjetoptions.com/fleet. Too many choices? One of our helpful staff can get you started on the best aircraft for your trip to the 2015 Super Bowl.
Some of our clients prefer to zip in and zip out exclusively for game day. We can assist you in timing your arrival and departure from Glendale. If you’re traveling a few days before you may consider taking advantage of the other celebrations leading up to Sunday, February 1st.
DirectTV is sponsoring the Super Fan Festival located at Pendergrast Family Farm across from the University of Phoenix Stadium. Festival dates are Wednesday January 28th through Friday January 30th beginning at 5p.m. daily. Twelve musical guests will include the Zac Brown Band, Calvin Harris, Imagine Dragons and Snoop Dogg. Tickets and VIP packages are available for single day or three day festival entry.
Glendale’s Westgate Entertainment district will host the Super Music Series starting Wednesday, Jan. 28 to Sunday, February 1st. Hours are 6 to 10 p.m. each night from January 28-31, and from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Game Day. Admission is free, and will feature a different genre of music each night. In addition Westgate District will host the Prime Sport VIP Pregame Party. This year’s celebration will be hosted by Emmitt Smith, Pro Football Hall of Famer, NFL’s all-time rushing leader, NFL Most Valuable Player and three-time Super Bowl Champion. Super Bowl ticket packages with VIP Hospitality packages are still available.
Whether you are planning travel to a sports event, on-site business meetings, or even your next vacation, JetOptions is here to assist you with all of your Private Jet travel needs. From ground transportation, catering, on-board wireless, traveling with your pets, whatever the need may be. We can accommodate your travel both in the U.S. and Internationally. Call us today to speak to a professional Private Jet Travel executive. We are available 24/7, 365 days a year at (888) 535-9538. Or simply request a no obligation air charter quote
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