The ultimate Super Bowl travel package costing up to $500,000

Thanks to a recently formed partnership between No Limit Air, Wings Air Helicopters and Safe Rides Unlimited high-rollers can now go above and beyond with the greatest Super Bowl travel package of all time. The experience begins with a flight on a G650, the most technologically advanced business aircraft in the sky, decked out with your favourite NFL team’s colours and flight attendants dressed as cheerleaders. You can get picked up anywhere in the world and arrive in New York just in time for the Big Game.

G650 jet

During the flight your party will enjoy handcrafted, customized treats by celebrity chef Andy Choi and unparalleled comforts aboard. The G650 will carry 16 people on nonstop legs of 7,000 nautical miles (12,964 km). That’s the equivalent of Dubai – New York or London – Buenos Aires.

Ultimate Super Bowl package

After landing at one of the major New York-area airports, your private helicopter awaits to take you to a heliport closest to MetLife Stadium, just across the Hudson from busy Manhattan. On game day Sunday this is undoubtedly the best way to beat traffic! You’ll cover the last leg of the trip from the helicopter into your VIP box at the stadium in a chauffeured luxury vehicle – either a Bentley or S550.

Private jet airport car

Pricing for this package starts at $100,000 but it can go as high as $500,000 depending on how far the G650 has to fly. It’s safe to say that no one has offered something quite like this until now!

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