If you’re looking for a College Football Playoff bowl game that’ll be filled to capacity, the Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl is a solid choice. This year's tilt is likely to draw a sellout crowd, and when that happens, it’ll be played in front of a full house. Stratos Jets can charter planes that’ll get you to the Georgia Dome in fine style.
While the Georgia Dome is home to the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons, it’s the Peach Bowl that holds the record for the largest attendance in the stadium’s 23-year history (75,406). Of course, that happened in 2006 when local supporters poured in to watch Georgia ground Virginia Tech 31-24.
Owing to the city’s football-crazy fan base, the Peach Bowl also ranks as the highest-attended non-BCS bowl game. Given the longevity of some of the other bowl games, like the Sugar Bowl and Rose Bowl, that’s impressive.
The Peach Bowl has also set records for TV viewership. In 2012, more than 8.5 million viewers tuned in to watch Clemson eke out a 25-24 win over LSU, making it ESPN’s most-watched non-BCS bowl game in history.
But why watch it on a big screen when Stratos can whisk you there aboard one of our partner’s well-appointed charter planes?
With Stratos, you can:
- Disembark from anywhere in the country (or world for that matter)
- Book charter planes with just a few hours’ notice
- Access smaller airports
- Choose from an assortment of luxury jets in various classes
Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (ATL) has been the world’s busiest airport since 1998. While it’s your closest option to the Georgia Dome (and downtown in general), DeKalk-Peachtree (PDK), located on the north side of the city center, is open to private charter planes. This might be a better option, as it’s a quieter airport and is still only 21 minutes from the stadium.
Are you looking to fly to the Peach Bowl in luxurious style? Stratos Jets can help make it happen by organizing charter planes to Atlanta. Our Friendly customer service agents are available 24/7—(888) 593-9066 (toll free) or request a quote online.