Flying by private jet charter to the Super Bowl is the icing on the cake. After all, the NFL Super Bowl is arguably the biggest sporting event to take place in the U.S. annually. It is the culmination of an entire season of heated battles pitched on more than 32 different fields of play in the National Football League. It all comes down to two teams, each one having won the top spot in their respective conferences (AFC and NFC).
About Super Bowl LI
Super Bowl 51 takes place on Sunday, February 5, 2017 in at NRG Stadium in Houston Texas. Flying to Houston by private jet charter allows you to skip the heavy traffic at area airports for a less stressful, more relaxing Super Bowl experience.
Kickoff for Super Bowl LI is at 6:30 pm and accommodates an extended halftime. Super Bowl 51’s halftime show will be headlined by Lady Gaga who also performed the national anthem at Super Bowl 50.
At the end of the game a winner will be crowned as season champions and allowed to bring home the Lombardi trophy and the title of Super Bowl Champions.
Why Fly Private to Super Bowl 51?
Other than avoiding the substantial traffic at larger commercial airports for the Super Bowl, flying via private aviation allows you to enjoy a travel experience that offers less stress and more fun for you and the people traveling with you. The Super Bowl is a special experience and this year’s contest promises to be a special event – no matter which teams hit the gridiron.
Private jet travel allows you to leave on your own timetable and gives you your choice of Houston area airports for landing and taking off. This means you can choose the airport closest to NRG Stadium, your hotel, or The Galleria for top-notch shopping. You can even schedule your travels to accommodate how long you want to be in Houston by choosing any one of these airports.
- William P Hobby Airport – located approximately 11 miles from NRG Stadium where Super Bowl 51 will be played. It is also the main hub for Southwest Airlines and a major U.S. airport.
- Sugar Land Regional Airport – only a 20-minute drive from the football stadium, Sugar Land Regional Airport is primarily focused on corporate aviation and ideally suited for private jet charter traffic.
- West Houston Airport – A quick drive of around 30 minutes from NRG Stadium.
- George Bush Intercontinental Airport – Just over 30 minutes from NRG Stadium, George Bush Intercontinental Airport is the largest airport in Houston accommodating over 700 departures each day.
- David Wayne Hooks Airport – Located a little more than 40 miles from NRG Stadium, David Wayne Hooks Memorial Airport is the busiest general aviation airport in the state of Texas.
Whether you are staying for a few days or the entire Super Bowl LIVE fan festival (a 10-day event leading up to the Super Bowl itself) or you only want to be in town for the main event, you can make plans on your own timetable when you schedule a private jet charter to get you there.
While you are in Houston for Super Bowl LI you might want to take in a few other area attractions like the Houston Zoo, Downtown Aquarium, Children’s Museum of Houston, or Space Center Houston. Of course, these are all in addition to the many great concerts, game events, and organized activities you will find in the Fan Zone surrounding NRG Stadium in the days leading up to the main event.
Call Presidential Aviation today to learn more about your options when it comes to planning a sensational private jet charter experience to Super Bowl 51. We will do all the planning for you so you can focus your time and attention on enjoying the many luxuries and amenities private jet flights offer when flying to Houston.