Big Game Air launches high-end game-day travel service


Arturo Gomez, CEO of Big Game Air  

Big Game Air launched a collaboration business venture with two of its subsidiary companies, Triumph Jets and Next Level Tix, creating a first: a luxury game-day travel experience aimed at corporate and high net worth individuals (HNWI).

According to a press release about the launch, Arturo Gomez, co-founder and CEO of the three companies, created the collaboration in order to expand business efforts that tap into private aviation and the ticketing marketplace.

“When we launched Big Game Air, we immediately recognized the need to create a charter company that would service the business and travel needs of corporate and HNWI’s,” Gomez said. “We’ve created a one-stop shopping experience for sports and business travelers where, not only will we get you to your event and back, but we’ll also provide high-end hospitality and deliver the best event seats.”

Gomez, one of the most respected professionals in Chicago’s hospitality industry, is best known for his first entrepreneurial business venture, The Rock it Ranch Productions restaurant and lounge, which has developed into seven venues with more than 650 employees since its establishment in 2002. 


In this new venture, Gomez teamed up with Chicago aviation brokers Vince Schideman and Bernie Berns, and with Triumph Jets executive team member Todd Rubin. 

“I believe what sets us apart from other ticket outlets is the ability to provide the entire event experience,” Gomez said. “Not only can we deliver the best seats, we can also get you to the event and back.”

The business also teamed up with Anheuser-Busch in order to offer a contest for college football fans to win the best game-day experience ever.

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