As far as College Football Playoffs go, the party doesn’t get any bigger than the Allstate Sugar Bowl in New Orleans. And when travelling to a city dubbed ‘The Big Easy,’ chartering a plane that allows you to arrive in luxurious style only makes sense.
New Orleans is already a lively, fun-loving city, but when you jam 70,000 college football fanatics into the Mercedez-Benz Superdome, you’re guaranteed a great time.
Along with the Orange Bowl and Sun Bowl, the Sugar Bowl is the second-oldest bowl game in the country behind the Rose Bowl. Played annually since 1935, it’s a member of the College Football Playoff. Following a new playoff format established in 2015, the Sugar Bowl will be in a three-year rotation to host a semifinal with five other bowl games, including the:
- Rose Bowl
- Orange Bowl
- Cotton Bowl
- Peach Bowl
- Fiesta Bowl
Regardless of which teams meet at the Superdome, the atmosphere is always electrifying and Stratos Jets will get you there in the style you’re accustomed to by chartering a plane that meets your precise needs.
The bulk of air traffic arrives in New Orleans through Louis Armstrong International (MSY), but people chartering a plane have a more convenient option: New Orleans Lakefront (NEW). That's one of the many perks when you fly privately on a charter jet: you have access to a wider range of airports, meaning you can:
- Arrive closer to your chosen destination
- Avoid larger, busier airports
- Reduce the risk of flight delays
Once you arrive at Lakefront airport, visitors have the option of travelling around town quickly and conveniently using the New Orleans Downtown Heliport (7NO).
Accommodation: Hyatt Regency, Le Pavillion, InterContinental, Ritz-Carlton
Are you heading down to New Orleans to catch the Allstate Sugar Bowl on New Year’s Day? Chartering a plane through Stratos Jets will get you there safely and comfortably. Our friendly customer service agents are available 24/7—(888) 593-9066 (toll free) or request a quote online.