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Are you heading to Super Bowl 50? Let FlyPrivate arrange all of your private aviation to the Levi Stadium in Santa Clara,
California where the best two teams in the NFL will compete for the coveted Super Bowl Championship.
- Book early. Availability of private jets flying to the
biggest sporting event of the year is limited and jets will book rapidly.
- Do your homework up front. Many first-time fliers will be waiting on tickets and accommodations.
Knowing costs and availability ahead of time will save you the hassle later and allow you to book swiftly when you are ready.
- Avoid game-day travel. If you can avoid flying in and out of Bay Area airports on Super Bowl Sunday, February 7, 2016, traveling will be a lot less challenging. The host airport is generally closed to private jets on Super Bowl Sunday due to lack of ramp space. Additional
aircraft restrictions are often in effect even after the game. Alternate airports also fill up quickly and a
reservation system for private jets flying in and out of nearby airports will likely be in effect. Keep in mind that your final destination could be hours away from the stadium, but we will help you to plan accordingly.
- Plan on the weather.This goes without saying in
February, but weather can cause unexpected delays. Avoiding game-day travel will help ensure that you don’t miss a minute of the Super Bowl action.
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Phone: 1-800-641-JETS (5387)
All flights arranged by Private Business Jets, LLC DBA FlyPrivate are operated by Part 135 Certified Air Carriers. FlyPrivate will act as your agent for the purpose of obtaining charter service.