United Adds 52 New Direct Flights For Football Fans

Direct Flights For Football Fans

United Airlines Flights for Football Fans

As the collegiate and professional football teams prepare for their 2021-2022 campaigns, United is adding new routes, more flights, and flying planes with more seats to give more fans the chance to support their team on an away game. United is adding 74 flights – including 52 new direct flights – between college towns and professional football markets on gameday weekends this football season.

College Football

58 of the new United flights will carry college sports fans, including 44 point-to-point flights to some of the biggest away games. Some of these flights include:


Austin, TX to Bentonville, AR to see University of Texas at University of Arkansas
Lincoln, NE to Lansing, MI to see University of Nebraska at Michigan State University


State College, PA to Cedar Rapids, IA to see Pennsylvania State University at University of Iowa
Birmingham, AL to College Station, TX to see University of Alabama at Texas A&M University
Greenville/Spartanburg to Syracuse, NY to see Clemson University at Syracuse University
Los Angeles, CA to South Bend, IN to see University of Southern California at University of Notre Dame
Raleigh, NC to South Bend, IN to see University of North Carolina at University of Notre Dame


Baton Rouge, LA to Birmingham, AL to see Louisiana State University at University of Alabama
South Bend, IN to San Francisco, CA to see University of Notre Dame at Stanford University

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Professional Football

United will also add 16 direct flights to carry diehard professional football fans for four of the most highly anticipated games of the early season, including flights between:

Green Bay, WI and New Orleans, LA on the weekend of September 12
Green Bay, WI and San Francisco, CA on the weekend of September 26
Tampa, FL and Boston, MA on the weekend of October 3
Buffalo, NY and Kansas City, MO on the weekend of Oct. 10

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“Nothing brings people together like the opportunity to cheer on the teams they love,” said Ankit Gupta, vice president of domestic network planning at United. “This upcoming season, United is adding even more direct flights to college and professional football games than we’ve ever added before so our customers can reunite with the teams, tailgates and touchdowns they may have missed last season.”


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