Leading private aviation firm provides fastest, most luxurious path to Super Bowl 50
Super Bowl 50 in San Francisco promises to be one of the most important events in NFL history. The game marking football’s golden anniversary will be one of the most prized events for any sports fans. Organizers have promised to pull out all the stops with halftime acts that include Coldplay and Beyonce.
Getting insider access to the Super Bowl can be a nightmarish prospect for any diehard fan, especially with so many last-minute arrangements following the playoffs just weeks before the big event. No matter which teams emerge from the playoffs, San Francisco-based XOJet has the local knowledge and infrastructure to fly clients into the area, while coordinating other needs on the ground.
For ten years, the leader in private aviation has been servicing clients all over the country with world-class flights that include its own modern business-jet fleet and select aircraft partners. But the aviation experts have also adopted a concierge role that handles every facet of client travel, from custom in-flight menus to luxury ground transportation. XOJet intends to reach even greater heights for the Super Bowl weekend.
“We plan for the Super Bowl about a year out,” says Gregg Slow, Executive Vice President of Sales and Client Services. “It begins with securing the right team, trusted partners and the best airports to create a seamless experience.”
XOJet, marking its 10th anniversary this year, provides transportation to many of the world’s largest tech companies in the San Francisco and Silicon Valley areas. The company has access to more than 1,000 jets, from light business jets to large-cabin transoceanic liners like the Gulfstream V. It owns a fleet of super mid-sized jets and works through a preferred partner network for other sizes. “
“We’re different from many competitors because we manage all details of the flight,” says Slow. “Clients who fly with us have come to recognize the personalized, boutique experience we provide. We really do focus on people. We’ve designed our business to be personal and flexible. Our clients realize that our on-demand model is far superior to fractional ownership and traditional charter.”
The frontrunner in private aviation has also organized special perks for Super Bowl attendees, including “custom-curated” Super Bowl menu for inbound flights as well as access to events like the ESPN “Next” Party. “We’re excited to celebrate the Big Game with our clients this year, especially on the 50th anniversary. With the special access we offer, I’m sure it’ll be the experience of a lifetime.”
XOJET, 650.676.4700, www.xojet.com