The big game is getting close! Super Bowl XLV is coming to North Texas February 6, 2011, and with it, many corporate jets will be touching down. In fact, it is estimated that some 300 business jet flights will deliver 4,000 passengers in the days leading up to Super Bowl Sunday.

The world’s third busiest airport, DFW International, is making room for them by moving their business aviation operations to a refurbished airline passenger terminal.

The airport has upgraded a former American Eagle terminal on the northeast side of DFW, which has been empty since the regional carrier moved its operations to Terminal B five years ago. The facility has 8,500 sq ft of meeting and lounge space and is a destination itself!

But you don’t have to take our word for it! Join us on December 10 at 11:30 for the unveiling of the new facility at 1824 North 24th Avenue (DFW Airport), enjoy lunch and learn about the refined features that will have business and leisure travelers requesting to arrive – not just land – at this new Corporate Aviation Facility again and again. 

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