Delta Expands Flights for Football Fans to Las Vegas for the Big Game
In anticipation of one of football's most significant events, Delta Airlines is going the extra mile for sports enthusiasts. The airline has announced an increase of up to 16 flights, adding over 2,500 seats to accommodate pro football fans traveling to Las Vegas. This strategic move is in response to the title game on February 11, promising to make the journey to the big game as exciting as the event itself.
The initiative includes a special focus on Chiefs and 49ers fans. For Chiefs supporters, Delta has introduced a new route from Kansas City International Airport to Harry Reid International Airport, with multiple departures scheduled around the game dates. This expansion taps into the excitement in Kansas City, where the recent $1.5 billion airport overhaul has enhanced the travel experience significantly. The modernized terminal and the exclusive Delta Sky Club at MCI demonstrate Delta's commitment to offering a top-notch experience for its passengers.
Likewise, for 49ers fans, Delta is introducing routes from San Francisco and San Jose to Las Vegas. These additional flights are tailored to ensure that supporters can travel comfortably and conveniently to cheer on their team. The Delta Sky Club at San Francisco International Airport adds an extra layer of luxury to the travel experience, with its stunning runway and bay views.
Moreover, Delta is not leaving behind fans from the East Coast. The airline is adding flights from New York-JFK to Las Vegas, catering to a broader audience and connecting more fans with the excitement of the game. The opening of Delta's second lounge at JFK and the introduction of Digital ID for a more seamless travel experience underscore the airline's commitment to enhancing customer comfort and convenience.
An added perk for travelers is Delta's in-flight entertainment offerings. SkyMiles Members can enjoy the game live, with Paramount+ available on Delta Sync Wi-Fi-equipped flights. For those who prefer traditional viewing, live satellite TV with CBS is also available on many flights, ensuring fans don't miss a minute of the action.