United Airlines is giving sports fans something
to cheer about this football season.
As college football kicks off, the airline
is adding more seats to top college football markets, making it
easier for fans across the country to travel to see their favorite
United is adding more than 204,000 total seats
from September through November, for an average daily increase of
2,200 seats to these markets compared to 2017.
"Each fall, football fans travel from near and
far to cheer on their alma matter or favorite college team," said
Ankit Gupta, United's vice president of Domestic Network.
"Football brings families, friends and classmates together for
thrilling and memorable moments, which is why we've added over
204,000 seats to top college markets this fall to help our
customers more easily get to these exciting games."
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