United Airlines Adds 127 Nonstop Flights for College Football Season

by Anthony Losanno

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United flew over 50,000 college football fans to games around the country in 2022. This year the airline will get even more passengers to 30 games including Wisconsin, USC, University of Michigan, Penn State, and more.

United announced that it will add flights to over 15 destinations including Columbus, Fayetteville, and South Bend for some of the biggest games of the season. The following games will have new, nonstop flights added to United’s schedule:

  • September 2ndTennessee State University @ University of Notre Dame
  • September 3rdLouisiana State University @ Florida State University
  • September 9thUniversity of Texas-Austin @ University of Alabama
  • September 9th: University of Nevada, Las Vegas @ University of Michigan
  • September 9th: University of Cincinnati @ University of Pittsburgh
  • September 9th: University of Notre Dame @ North Carolina State University
  • September 16th: Northwestern University @ Duke University
  • September 16th: University of Washington – Seattle @ Michigan State University
  • September 23rd: Ohio State University @ University of Notre Dame
  • September 23rd: University of Arkansas @ Louisiana State University
  • September 23rd: University of Mississippi @ University of Alabama
  • September 23rd: University of Iowa @ Penn State University
  • September 23rd: University of Oklahoma @ University of Cincinnati
  • September 30th: Louisiana State University @ University of Mississippi
  • September 30th: University of Notre Dame @ Duke University
  • October 7thUniversity of Arkansas @ University of Mississippi
  • October 14th: University of Southern California @ University of Notre Dame
  • October 14th: University of Arkansas @ University of Alabama
  • October 14th: Louisiana State University @ Auburn University
  • October 14th: Ohio State University @ Purdue University
  • October 14th: University of Iowa @ University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • October 21st: University of Tennessee @ University of Alabama
  • October 21st: Penn State University @ Ohio State University
  • October 28th: University of Pittsburgh @ University of Notre Dame
  • October 28th: Ohio State University @ University of Wisconsin
  • November 4thUniversity of Notre Dame @ Clemson University
  • November 4th: Louisiana State University @ University of Alabama
  • November 11th: University of Michigan @ Penn State University
  • November 11th: University of Pittsburgh @ Syracuse University
  • November 18th: University of Georgia @ University of Tennessee
  • November 18th: Wake Forest University @ University of Notre Dame

Patrick Quayle, Senior Vice President of Global Network Planning and Alliances at United commented:

We’re committed to providing a best-in-class travel experience for our customers, whether they’re traveling around the globe, or flying to see their favorite college football team play. We’re pleased to deliver a schedule this season that makes it easy for fans to come together and support their teams on the road.”

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In addition to the expanded flight schedule, United is partnering with USC Trojans quarterback and 2023 Heisman Award Winner Caleb Williams. He’ll appear in a variety of United advertising and social media posts during the season.

Anthony’s Take: I’m not into football, so this doesn’t impact me but United providing easy access to these games will surely excite many fans.

(Image Credit: United.)

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