Skies Above MetLife Stadium to Swarm With Private Jets

The Federal Aviation Administration expects an additional 1,200 flights to the New York/New Jersey metropolitan airports during Super Bowl XLVIII. Teterboro, N.J., Newark’s Liberty International and at least four smaller airports that cater to private and charter planes will be jammed as hundreds of aircraft attempt to launch into the world’s busiest and most-delayed airspace following the Feb. 2 game.

Published Jan. 23, 2014

Sources: Jet prices from corporatejetinvestor.com, Boeing, Bombardier Learjet, Cessna, Gulfstream, Bloomberg research

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