If you’re wondering how New England Patriots star and Super Bowl champion Julian Edelman travels to the Big Game, then check out this piece by the Boston Globe. The newspaper recently showcased Edelman and his use of Magellan Jets’ private jet services. Check out more from the Boston Globe article below.
Boston Globe Features Julian edelman and Magellan Jets
In the piece, the Boston Globe revealed how Julian Edelman uses Magellan Jets to fly privately. As the article explains, the Patriots star flew with Magellan Jets in order to attend last year’s Super Bowl in Minneapolis and uses the Quincy-based private jet company when he is “ready to fly.”
The Boston Globe also gave an overview of Magellan Jets’ services and how you can travel to big events like the Super Bowl or Kentucky Derby in style, just like Edelman.
“Think of Magellan as an ultra posh car service for the skies. The company connects customers with private jets that range in price from $3,960 an hour for a standard small jet to $12,800 an hour for a large Gulfstream G450. They can also customize your experience with add-ons. Going to the Super Bowl? They can decorate and cater your flight. Interested in a private jet to the Kentucky Derby? They’ll have the mint juleps ready when you board.”
In addition to the glamorous side, the Boston Globe piece covers how businesses utilize private travel as well. Magellan Jets President and Founder Anthony Tivnan explains why companies need private aviation to keep business going.
“A lot of people look at private aviation and they think it’s all Cristal and caviar,” Tivnan said. “But it’s really not the case whatsoever. The ability for a team of executives to get in and out of airports they wouldn’t be able to get through commercially, and also do three, four, or five meetings on a given day saves a lot of headaches. There’s also the privacy factor. They can have meetings and conduct business, so they can maximize their time.”
Click the link below to read the full Boston Globe piece.