American Airlines adds more flights ahead of the NFL season

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American Airlines adds more flights ahead of the NFL season

American Airlines announced on Monday they will be adding several non-stop flights to some of this year’s most anticipated NFL games

American Airlines announced on Monday they will be adding several non-stop flights to some of this year’s most anticipated NFL games. The airline says outbound flights for the games will depart on Friday evening or Saturday morning and will return Monday morning. They are also adding more seats between Chicago-O’Hare and Green Bay for every Green Bay regular season home game. “American is making it easier for football fans to cheer on their teams at some of the biggest matchups of the season,” said Philippe Puech, American’s Director of Short-Haul Network Planning in a statement. “American is committed to connecting our customers to their favorite places, whether they’re traveling for business, pleasure or cheering on their favorite team in a big game,” said Puech. Flights are now available for purchase on the American Airlines website. Here is a list of all Game Day service flights for NFL fans: All Green Bay Home GamesSun., Sept. 18Sun., Oct. 2Sun., Oct. 9Sun., Oct. 16Sun., Nov. 13Thurs., Nov. 17Mon., Dec. 19Sun., Jan. 1Sun., Jan 8 Sunday home gamesDeparts ORD Saturday morningsDeparts GRB Monday morningsThurs. , Nov. 17 gameDeparts ORD Thursday morningDeparts GRB Friday morningMon., Dec. 19 gameDeparts ORD Monday morningDeparts GRB Tuesday morningGreen Bay at Tampa BaySun., Sept. 25Departs GRB morning of Sat., Sept. 24Departs TPA morning of Mon., Sept. 26 Kansas City at Tampa BaySun., Oct. 2 Departs MCI evening of Fri., Sept. 30Departs TPA morning of Mon., Oct. 3Dallas at Green BaySun., Nov. 13 Departs DFW morning of Sat., Nov. 12Departs GRB morning of Mon., Nov. 14Kansas City at CincinnatiSun., Dec. 4 Departs MCI morning of Sat. ., Dec. 3Departs CVG morning of Mon., Dec. 5Cincinnati at Tampa BaySun., Dec. 18 Departs CVG morning of Sat., Dec. 17Departs TPA morning of Mon., Dec. 19

American Airlines announced on Monday they will be adding several non-stop flights to some of this year’s most anticipated NFL games.

The airline says outbound flights for the games will depart on Friday evening or Saturday morning and will return Monday morning. They are also adding more seats between Chicago-O’Hare and Green Bay for every Green Bay regular season home game.

“American is making it easier for football fans to cheer on their teams at some of the biggest matchups of the season,” said Philippe Puech, American’s Director of Short-Haul Network Planning in a statement.

“American is committed to connecting our customers to their favorite places, whether they’re traveling for business, pleasure or cheering on their favorite team in a big game,” said Puech.

Flights are now available for purchase on the American Airlines website.

Here is a list of all Game Day service flights for NFL fans:

All Green Bay Home Games

  • Sun., Sept. 18
  • Sun., Oct. 2
  • Sun., Oct. 9
  • Sun., Oct. 16
  • Sun., Nov. 13
  • Thurs., Nov. 17
  • Mon., Dec. 19
  • Sun., Jan. 1
  • Sun., Jan 8

Sunday home games

  • Departs ORD Saturday mornings
  • Departs GRB Monday mornings
  • Thurs., Nov. 17 game
  • Departs ORD Thursday morning
  • Departs GRB Friday morning
  • Mon., Dec. 19 game
  • Departs ORD Monday morning
  • Departs GRB Tuesday morning

Green Bay at Tampa Bay

  • Sun., Sept. 25
  • Departs GRB morning of Sat., Sept. 24
  • Departs TPA morning of Mon., Sept. 26

Kansas City at Tampa Bay

  • Sun., Oct. 2
  • Departs MCI evening of Fri., Sept. 30
  • Departs TPA morning of Mon., Oct. 3

Dallas at Green Bay

  • Sun., Nov. 13
  • Departs DFW morning of Sat., Nov. 12
  • Departs GRB morning of Mon., Nov. 14

Kansas City at Cincinnati

  • Sun., Dec. 4
  • Departs MCI morning of Sat., Dec. 3
  • Departs CVG morning of Mon., Dec. 5

Cincinnati at Tampa Bay

  • Sun., Dec. 18
  • Departs CVG morning of Sat., Dec. 17
  • Departs TPA morning of Mon., Dec. 19

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