As the Bay Area airports prepare for an influx of private jets for Super Bowl 50 on 6 February at Levi’s Stadium, let Baroque Aviation arrange so that you can travel in style without any problems
Here is the perfect opportunity to beat the crowds and fly into California without any problems this February, to enjoy the Super Bowl 50 in the Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. With a record number of jets preparing to fly into the Bay Area come February – word has it that the number exceeds 1,000 aircraft, an expected tenfold increase – airports are preparing themselves for the Super Bowl by doubling up on staff and ensuring they have all the facilities necessary to maintain these aircraft.
Of course, it’s not only high flyers coming in for the Super Bowl; the media will also be there in full force. TV and news media from around the country will be arriving, too, many of them in helicopters or jet aircraft.
As so much air traffic expected, there is likely to be a traffic jam in the sky as well as on the ground. Some airports are ensuring that the aircraft crew also get to see the game, with huge screens available and catering for Super Bowl parties the name of the game. After all, more than 200 pilots and co-pilots will be in California and one can’t expect them to miss one of the highlights of the sporting season.
The halftime performance at Super Bowl 50 will feature the British rock band Coldplay, fronted by Chris Martin, which has just released its new album A Head Full of Dreams. They will apparently be joined by Beyonce, who worked with the band on its new album, as well as Bruno Mars, who performed at halftime during Super Bowl 48 with the Red Hot Chili Peppers.