The NFL has some of the most dedicated and passionate fans in the sporting world. It comes as no surprise that there is always a high demand for private jet charters to what is often the most watched television broadcast of the year in the United States, The Super Bowl. This year on Sunday, February 2nd Super Bowl XLVII will be held at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey in what will be the first NFL championship game to be played in cold weather, the first in almost 40 years to be played outdoors on FieldTurf and the first Super Bowl to be hosted by two US states (New York and New Jersey). With so many dynamics involved, there is no telling what surprises may arise during gameplay.
Fans who charter a private jet have the option and advantage of flying into Teterboro Airport which is the closest executive airport to the Meadowlands Sports Complex. KTEB Airport is a short 5.5 mile drive North of MetLife Stadium making it the ideal airport to avoid the large crowds coming from Newark Airport to the South. The best part is Teterboro is an executive airport and only allows private aircraft and general aviation flights. Commercial aircraft are not permitted to land at TEB. This means there is a much lower chance of flight delays and none of the annoying security screenings.
While Teterboro may be the closest airport to MetLife Stadium, the number charter flights heading to New Jersey on game day will certainly outnumber the available slots and parking at TEB Executive Airport. In anticipation for the high volume of private charter flights, Signature Flight Support has been working on a business jet terminal, or FBO, at Newark Airport to handle to the extra general aviation traffic to the area. Depending on who plays in this year’s game, some private jets may even need to make use of the other local airports such as KMMU in Morristown or KCDW in Caldwell.
The number of airports in Northern New Jersey means Super Bowl XLVII is an event that can easily accommodate a large number of fans traveling on private aircraft. For fans traveling with a group, chartering a private jet or turbo prop can be a great way to enhance the experience and excitement of one of the most coveted events in the entertainment world. Jet Partners can provide the best pricing on aircraft for groups numbering anywhere from 4 to 16 passengers. Get pricing now, as February 2nd approaches the number of available aircraft is quickly decreasing.
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