Chartering Private Jets to the Super Bowl is Big Business

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Updated: January 16, 2013
The Early Air Way

The Early Air Way, one of the nation’s leading private jet charter brokerage firms, is preparing for what CEO Alex Early refers to as one of the “biggest single-event demand generators of the year,” the Super Bowl.

[PRWeb press release] — The Early Air Way, one of the nation’s leading private jet charter brokerage firms, is preparing for what CEO Alex Early refers to as one of the “biggest single-event demand generators of the year,” the Super Bowl.

Super Bowl XLVII will take place in New Orleans, Louisiana on Sunday, February 3rd, 2013. The Early Air Way is accepting bookings for flights into New Orleans Lakefront Airport as well as the New Orleans International Airport. The Lakefront airport is recommended since it is the preferred local airport for private jets.

“Jets for charter will sell out” explains Early, who said that over 1,100 private planes flew to the Super Bowl in Indianapolis, Indiana in 2012 and that all local airports were entirely filled days before the big game.

The Early Air Way recommends that guests book their private jet to the Super Bowl as early as possible. “The moment we know who will be playing, the rush will begin,” Early states. The company also recommends that guests spend the night in New Orleans if able, and be very well aware of the 14-hour maximum duty day that charter pilots must adhere to if they opt to fly in and out in the same day. Based on past airport operations before and after a Super Bowl, there will be delays due to the influx of traffic. “The biggest piece of advise I’d give to those chartering a jet to the Super Bowl this year is to not cut the times too close,” Early continues.

Despite the extra details to pay attention to when sending a private jet to the Super Bowl due to the volume of air traffic, the Super Bowl is one of the best events of the year to charter a private jet to. The Early Air Way looks forward to lots of game-day fun.

One Comment

  1. Hannah Bartholomew

    January 16, 2013 at 11:10 pm

    Well, you pay 3 grand for a ticket, you’ll want to fly there the best possible way a person can fly!

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