Business Aviation Tips and Inflight Dining for Minneapolis, MinnesotaJanuary 18, 2018 by Stacey Farooqui
With the biggest game in American football slated for the first Sunday in February, many private aircraft operations will be heading to Minneapolis, Minnesota carrying fans of the division champions to witness the Big Game. While summer months are typically peak travel season for the Minneapolis – St. Paul region, known as the Twin Cities, this football showdown routinely sees the largest number of private jet activity within a 24-hour period. With an average high temperature in February around 29 F, this just might end up being the coldest location for a championship game in American football history. Luckily for fans, the stadium has a dome!
When operating to the Minneapolis – St. Paul area, there are several airports you could land at due to the heavy influx of aircraft. Private ground transportation is available through Universal Private Transport for both passengers and crew in Minneapolis and St. Paul. Your in-flight dining experience can be secured through the Air Culinaire Worldwide Network for departing flights from Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport (KMSP), St. Paul Downtown Airport (KSTP), Flying Cloud Airport (KFCM), Crystal Airport (KMIC), Anoka County – Blaine Airport (KANE) and Airlake Airport (KLVN). Be sure to book your ground transportation and dining for your private jet as early as possible due to the volume of orders the Big Game generates in the industry.
In the build-up to Sunday, the local events committee has a series of events for visitors and local to enjoy that are themed around the Big Game. A free 10-day fan festival begins on January 26 and lasts through February 4, 2018. This event features live concerts, Native American dancers, ice sculptures, life-size snow globes, sleigh rides, skiing, tubing and plenty of local food and drinks. There will also be an interactive indoor fan experience starting on January 27 and lasting through February 3, 0218. Professional football players will be in attendance for autographs, as well as the championship trophy will be on display for photo opportunities. This event also has the largest shop for authentic American football merchandise, an area for fans to try out a virtual reality experience, football clinics and interactive games. There are several other events, including concerts, awards, dinners and charitable fundraisers all leading up to the Big Game. Visit this link for a complete list.
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