New England Patriots

Feb 5, 2019; Boston, MA, USA; New England Patriots President Jonathan Kraft is reflected in the Lombardi Trophy during the Super Bowl LIII championship parade. Mandatory Credit: Stew Milne-USA TODAY Sports

By Matt McCarthy, 985TheSportsHub.com

After winning their fifth Super Bowl two years ago, Patriots team owner Robert Kraft referred to the need for more space for the championship banners at Gillette Stadium as a “high-class problem.”

File having to redecorate your private team planes to accommodate a sixth Lombardi trophy under the same category.

The Patriots tweeted out photos of their updated Boeing 767, which the team dubs “AirKraft,” complete with six Lombardi trophies on the tail and a fresh “6X champions” on the side.

Is there room for a seventh Lombardi on the tail?

Kraft purchased two Boeing 767’s for team travel in 2017, becoming the first NFL owner to buy his own planes.

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