By: Avery Stone
For sports lovers, there’s perhaps no greater thrill than being front-and-center at the biggest games of the year—yet perhaps nothing more arduous than coordinating how to get there (and back) quickly and comfortably. However, new Chicago-based luxury travel outfitter Big Game Air is aiming to make the latter as seamless as possible.
By subcontracting a fleet of private luxury jets, the company offers its customers the opportunity to book round-trip travel to certain high-demand games—including Super Bowl LII, the 2018 NBA All-Star Game, and regular-season NFL, NHL, and NCAAF contests—all on the same day.
Ideal for group outings, each jet can accommodate nine to 30 people, and travelers can purchase single seat tickets up to 24 hours in advance of departure. In its first year, Big Game Air flights will originate from Chicago, New York, Columbus, and Detroit; next year, the company will add Dallas and Atlanta; and in 2019, Los Angeles and San Francisco (CONTINUE READING).