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Animation Illustrates Mass Plane Departures After Super Bowl

Timelapse animation showed the rush to fly out of Las Vegas on February 11 and 12, following the end of the Super Bowl. A flight radar animation showed a snapshot of departures from Las Vegas airports, including Harry Reid International Airport, Henderson Executive Airport, and North Las Vegas Airport, between 8 pm and 2 am local time from Sunday night to Monday morning, according to Flightradar24. FlightRadar24 also said a total of 525 business jets departed the Las Vegas area after the game ended. Eighty-one of those, or 15 percent, made the one-hour flight to airports in the Los Angeles area, while airports in and near New York City saw 33 flights. Thirty flights headed to the Miami area, and San Diego and San Jose rounded out the top five destination cities. FlightRadar24 said business jets departing Las Vegas after the game flew for an average of 2 hours 1 minute, traveling to 173 airports in 9 countries. The longest journey saw a jet make a 13-hour flight to Ishigaki in southern Japan. The shortest flight saw a jet spend just 29 minutes in the air, from North Las Vegas Airport to Kingman, Arizona, saving 90 minutes off the estimated travel time by car, according to FlightRadar24. Credit: FlightRadar24 via Storyful

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