Major Super Bowl Dilemma: Where To Park The Gulfstream?
There seems to be a major issue facing executives and celebrities heading to the desert this week. Hookers who talk too much? Nope. TMZ has video of them saying ‘F Jesus.’ No.
The big problem is lack of room for the Gulfstream.
Along with $4,300 tickets and hour-long security lines at the game, fans on private planes may face traffic jams at local airports including Glendale, Phoenix Deer Valley, Goodyear and Scottsdale, all within 30 miles of the stadium. Corporate air travel to the game has surged and this time is compounded by a professional golf tournament the same weekend.
“Some of these jets cost upward of $40 million apiece,” said Matthew Wright, general manager for Atlantic Aviation, one of two fixed-base operators landing corporate planes at Phoenix Deer Valley. “Their owners probably feel some kind of entitlement, and they probably are entitled, to some extent. We try to accommodate everybody.”
We pray John Travolta is able to make it to town for his Saturday Night Spectacular party featuring the musical talents of REO Speedwagon. Tickets are reasonable at $1,700. And as a bonus, Deal or No Deal will stock the party with 10 chicks.
Now that’s a party.