What’s probably the most watched sporting event around the world is coming up in a little over a week.
In Super Bowl 51, we’ll see the New England Patriots face the Atlanta Falcons on a quest to be named the champion of the NFL.
The big game will take place in Houston, Texas on February 5. While I have no vested interest in either team, I guess I’ll pick a team and send my good vibes towards the New England Patriots.
If you’re a New England fan and want to go to Houston to attend the game or at least watch it close to the big event it could be difficult finding a flight.
To help New Englanders out, JetBlue is adding flights specially for Super Bowl 51 from a couple of airports.
Flights are now on sale between:
- Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) and William P. Hobby Airport (HOU)
- Providence, RI (PVD) and Houston Hobby Airport (which is a special nonstop JetBlue route)
Being that JetBlue is the official airline of the New England Patriots it makes sense that they’d want to add flights to get fans to the big game (while also making extra $$$.).
The special JetBlue flights will leave Boston and Providence on February 3 for Houston and head back on February 6.
Which team are you rooting for in Super Bowl 51- the Patriots of Falcons?
Find out more in JetBlue’s press release here.