Think you’ve made it when you’ve purchased a professional sports team? Not so fast. You’ll need a private jet to shuttle between games.

New York Jets owner Woody Johnson isn’t the only billionaire sports team owner to have a jet. Just ask Houston Texans’ Bob McNair, Minnesota Vikings’ Zygi Wilf or Boston Bruins’ Jeremy Jacobs, and they’ll tell you that private wheels are a must-have for convenience and status.

But the list of sports team owners and their reasons for owning a jet doesn’t end there.

Most lend their aircraft to complete humanitarian missions, transport underfunded college and professional women’s teams to championship games, or delight fans with surprise trips.

Here are seven sports team owners who travel by private jet but also use their aircraft for more wide-ranging purposes.