IMPERIAL, Pa. — Delta Air Lines is adding nonstop flights between Pittsburgh International Airport and Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport for fans who want to attend Super Bowl XLV.
Delta announced the new flights on Monday, just hours after the Pittsburgh Steelers advanced to the Super Bowl by beating the New York Jets 24-19 for the AFC Championship Sunday night.
Delta offers 30 nonstop flights daily from Pittsburgh to hubs including Atlanta, Detroit, and New York's JFK airport, but doesn't normally offer service to Dallas, site of the Feb. 6 Super Bowl.
Delta will offer one flight each to Dallas on Feb. 4 and 5 and a single nonstop return flight to Pittsburgh on the morning of Monday, Feb. 7, aboard a Boeing 757.
The airline did not immediately release pricing or information about capacity.