Million Air private aircraft services is planning for an event unlike any other.
"There's really nothing like this when it comes to bringing in private jets," said Executive Director Drent Sarault.
The company has about 30 locations nation-wide and will be doubling its staff in Indianapolis with employees from those other locations during the week of the super bowl.
"They'll help with de-icing and snow removal, those who are familiar with snow removal. We also bring in people from other locations, from our warmer climates, to help out with the customer service side of it," Sarault said.
"We're planning a huge party for the huge amount of guests coming through," he said.
Some of Million Air's corporate sponsors will help put on the party, including Rolls-Royce and Bombardier.
Sarault said they'll set up luxury theatre style seating for a watch party in one of the hangars during the game. Pilots and crew members can watch the game there in style, he said.
When it comes to who is on the A-list of celebrities flying in, Sarault said part of the company policy is to protect customer privacy.
Earlier this week the Super Bowl Host Committee would not comment on rumors Madonna will perform at the half-time show.
"Whoever that big name performer is, it's likely they will fly through here," Sarault said.
Million Air is also working with the Indianapolis International Airport Authority for winter weather preparations, including large amounts of de-icing solution.