United Adds 29 New Flights to Miami for the Big Game

Airline now offers more than 80 direct flights from its U.S. hubs including San Francisco, Los Angeles and 7 flights from Kansas City


United Airlines is offering football fans across the United States more options to get to Miami for the Big Game. United is offering fans more than 5,600 seats through 29 additional nonstop flights to Miami from its seven U.S. hubs including Los Angeles and seven special point-to-point flights between Kansas City and Miami. Tickets are now available for purchase on united.com.

“This year we’re offering football fans from every corner of the country more opportunities than ever to get to Miami for the Big Game including extra flights between San Francisco and Miami and new service between Kansas City and Miami,” said Ankit Gupta, United’s vice president of Domestic Network Planning. “In addition to our expanded network to Miami for the game, travelers can easily get to Miami via United’s 25 daily flights to Fort Lauderdale’s Hollywood International Airport from Chicago, Denver, Houston, New York/Newark, San Francisco, Washington Dulles and Cleveland.”

United’s Big Game Service to Miami

Day From To Frequency

Friday San Francisco Miami 3 Flights

Friday Kansas City Miami 2 Flights

Friday Chicago Miami 5 Flights

Friday Denver Miami 1 Flight

Friday Houston Miami 5 Flights

Friday Los Angeles Miami 1 Flight

Friday New York/Newark Miami 8 Flights

Friday Washington Dulles Miami 2 Flights

Saturday San Francisco Miami 3 Flights

Saturday Kansas City Miami 2 Flights

Saturday Chicago Miami 5 Flights

Saturday Denver Miami 1 Flight

Saturday Houston Miami 6 Flights

Saturday New York/Newark Miami 6 Flights

Saturday Washington Dulles Miami 2 Flights

Monday Miami San Francisco 5 Flights

Monday Miami Kansas City 3 Flights

Monday Miami Chicago 4 Flights

Monday Miami Denver 1 Flight

Monday Miami Houston 5 Flights

Monday Miami Los Angeles 2 Flights

Monday Miami New York/Newark 9 Flights

Monday Miami Washington Dulles 3 Flights

SOURCEAero Crew News, February 2020
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