Super Sunday is set for a historic matchup between the two most explosive offenses in football. There is sure to be plenty of entertainment on the field between the Patriots and Falcons, but where do you find entertainment off the field?… Read More
The Super Bowl game committee has recently released a statement banning tailgating in the parking lot of MetLife Stadium. So forget about setting up your grills and kegs of beer this year. “You will be allowed to have food in your car and have drink in you car. And provided you’re in the boundaries of a single parking space”, Said Committee CEO Al Kelly, “You’ll be able to eat or drink right next to your car. However you’re not going to be able to take out a lounge chair, you’re not going to be able to take out a grill and you’re not going to be able to take up more than one parking space.” Fans won’t have to worry too much about tailgating considering the chances of them getting a parking spot at the stadium are very slim. Fewer than 13,000 parking spots are expected to be available for the 80,000 fans expected. They are trying to encourage more and more people to take advantage of public transportation. The committee has set up charter buses called the “Fan Express” to pick up & drop off fans at nine locations around the region. Al Kelly expects between 70 and 80 percent of ticket holders to arrive to the game via public transportation. The reason for the limited amounts of spots is results of large security perimeter needed.
The Super Bowl is always a big event for general aviation operations, but with the game scheduled for Feb. 2 at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, could potential snow storms be a major issue? The FAA expects an additional 1,200 flights to the New York/New Jersey metro airports for Super Bowl XLVIII. It seems FAA is already preparing the FBOs for the large amounts of visitors expected. A TFR already has been designated,
Magellan Jets. Super Bowl. Exclusive Party. The Super Bowl might be one of the biggest demanded events for private jet charters throughout the whole year. Over 1,100 private planes flew to the Super Bowl in Indianapolis, Indiana in 2012 which almost doubles the 600 jets that flew into Dallas the previous year! We expect that number to continue to increase this year.
Magellan Jets is your elite transportation solution for the world’s elite sporting events for the remainder of 2012 and into 2013. There is nothing quite similar to watching the world’s best athletes in their respective sports compete for their respective… Read More
The New England Patriots and New York Giants will converge once again as football fans descend on Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis to witness the clash of NFL titans in Super Bowl XLVI. Both teams fought vigorous battles in their… Read More