It’s not uncommon to see airlines adding additional service for sporting events such as the Super Bowl, and this year is no different with announcements already from Delta, JetBlue, and Southwest Airlines all adding extra flights to Houston for the big game of the New England Patriots vs. the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday, February 5.
Southwest is adding more flights to take football fans straight to the Big Game action in Houston, Texas. On Friday, February 3, Southwest will add an additional two nonstop flights between Boston and Houston (Hobby). Fans traveling from Atlanta to Houston (Hobby) have five daily nonstop flights to choose from between the two cities as well as several direct and one-stop options.
The day after the Big Game, February 6, they’re adding an additional two flights between both Houston (Hobby) and Boston and Houston (Hobby) and Atlanta.
Delta Air Lines
Delta will adding additional flights to and from Houston-Bush Intercontinental (IAH) from both Atlanta and the New England area.
From Atlanta, the airline will offer and increased 14 flights from Atlanta to Houston (IAH) on Friday, February 3. and 18 flights from Houston (IAH) to Atlanta on Monday, February 6th.
With their New England service, they will adding two nonstops from Boston-Logan to Houston on Friday, February and two from Houston to Boston-Logan Feb. 6. Additional nonstop service to Houston will also be added from both Hartford (BDL) and Providence (PVD).
JetBlue is adding flights between Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) and William P. Hobby Airport (HOU), which is conveniently located just seven miles south of downtown Houston and only eleven miles from the site of the big game.
Flights are also on sale for a special nonstop JetBlue route between Providence, R.I.’s T. F. Green Airport (PVD) and Houston’s Hobby Airport.
JetBlue’s added flights will operate in the direction of Houston on Friday, February 3, 2017 witrh return travel to New England on Monday, February 6, 2017. These flights will all be operated by their A320 fleet.
Whether you’re rooting for the Patriots or the Falcons, we can all agree that they’re will be a lot of service to Houston for the game.