New Orleans FoodIf you’re travelling to New Orleans for the big game make sure to check out JetBlue and Southwest.  Both carriers have just announced some new deals.

JetBlue has some great perks for passengers who happen to be in the air during the big game on February 3rd.  The airline is also adding additional  flights to make it easier for fans to get to the game.

Customers flying JetBlue on Sunday, February 3, 2013 can enjoy free in-flight Snyder’s Hot Buffalo Wing flavor pretzels and$1 drink specials for the first wine, beer or cocktail starting at 6 p.m. ET, and catch the high-flying fun in comfy leather seats at 30,000 feet on personal seatback televisions. JetBlue offers a wide variety of free onboard sports programming. Channels include ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNews, ESPNU, GolTV, beIn Sport, and Speed Channel.

The fan favorite airline will add special nonstop flights on Friday, February 1 and Monday, February 4, including:

Baltimore to New Orleans:New Orleans to Baltimore:
Friday, February 1, 2013Monday, February 4, 2013
Depart – ArriveDepart – Arrive
9 a.m. ET – 11:05 a.m. CT12:30 p.m. CT – 4 p.m. ET


Southwest Airlines  and AirTran Airways introduced additional flights to accommodate customers traveling to New Orleans, including nonstop service not normally offered from San Francisco (SFO), specifically for the big game.  The new flights implemented for the big game are available for purchase only at and!

Southwest Airlines Additional Service on Jan. 31:

  • Two daily nonstops from San Francisco to New Orleans.
  • Two daily nonstops from Baltimore/Washington to New Orleans for a total of four daily nonstop departures.

AirTran Airways Additional Service on Jan. 31:

  • One daily nonstop from Atlanta to New Orleans for a total of five daily nonstop departures.

Southwest Airlines Additional Service on Feb. 4:

  • Two daily nonstops from New Orleans to San Francisco.

In addition, Southwest Airlines’ Bay Area customers can fly existing service from Oakland to New Orleans with seven daily direct flight options. Southwest Airlines and AirTran Airways look forward to sending customers to the Big Easy for the big game!

Team Johnny Jet

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