At Northeast Philadelphia Airport, which typically serves smaller and private planes, staffers said they had 12 flights scheduled to depart for Minneapolis on Saturday.
JOSEPH KACZMAREK for the Inquirer David Adelman before departing for Super Bowl LII on a private jet operated by Wheels Up, from Northeast Philadelphia Airport.
If they do – and even if they don’t – one place expected to attract thousands following Sunday’s game is the intersection of Frankford and Cottman Avenues, where fans traditionally pour into the streets after city sports teams’ victories.
Nearby is the Mayfair Diner, where manager Gerry Miller, 57, said Saturday she was excited, not nervous, about the likelihood of rowdy crowds Sunday night.
Miller chuckled at the rumor that police were going to use gear oil instead of Crisco to grease the poles to try to prevent Eagles enthusiasts from climbing them.
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