|Quoting DL787932ER (Reply 1):|
Since an entire team, with coaches, trainers, cheerleaders, and all is going to be well over 100 people, any football team would probably always charter rather than trying to buy seats.
|Quoting Chrisjake (Reply 4):|
Jacksonville Jaguars = World MD-11
|Quoting Sabena332 (Thread starter):|
But what airlines are the other NFL teams using?
|Quoting EMBQA (Reply 10):|
This one is well covered and comes up every year at the start of football season.
|Quoting Hammer (Reply 9):|
Eagles took an A330 last year to jax for the superbowl...
|Quoting DLCnxgptjax (Reply 18):|
One correction, it was VQQ cecil field. CRG is craig field. Both of craigs runways are only 4000ft long.
|Quoting Dc8jet (Reply 21):|
I noticed that when the Seahawks arrived at DTW for the Super Bowl the 757 had Seattle Seahawks titles. Does that aircraft always have the titles or where they put on for the Super Bowl
|Quoting GoCOgo (Reply 3):|
Cavs: Privite 732, operated by Pace.
|Quoting Mshelby (Reply 8):|
Ohio State Basketball Team usually flies on a Chautauqua E-145 to away games. ( I know its College)
|Quoting Beefstew25 (Reply 13):|
Wayne Weaver, owner of the Jags, flies a CL-600, reg is N555WD..
|Quoting Antoniemey (Reply 24):|
Dunno what the Predators (NHL), Sounds (AAA Baseball), or Kats (Arena Football) do, but those teams would need smaller aircraft if they chartered. I would GUESS that the Preds charter with WN if anyone, since WN has a pushback painted with their logo.
|Quoting Mattbna (Reply 26):|
Not sure about the Sounds of the Kats, but the Preds use Midwest. They usually have one of Midwest's MD-81s and load/unload over at Signature.