The Boston Globe discusses busy Super Bowl travel with aviation expert and Private Jet Services CEO, Greg Raiff. With around 15 percent of attendees traveling by private jet, Super Bowl weekend is one of the busiest winter weekends for private aviation. PJS’ clients travel from all over the world to be a part of the big game.
MetLife Stadium, hosting the first Super Bowl in the New York area, is just minutes away from one of the busiest private aviation airports, Teterboro. Accommodating up to 400 aircraft on an ordinary winter Sunday, Tereboro anticipated doubling the traffic on Super Bowl Sunday.
Considering the game was hosted by MetLife, the crowd consisted of both business people looking to be seen and network, as well as faithful Super Bowl fans who attend every year to have a good time regardless of the teams competing for the championship.
More information can be found in the Boston Globe article.