After a nail-biting win over Boise St. at home, the Wolf Pack went on the road to defeat LA Tech, leading the Pack to the Kraft Fight-Hunger Bowl in San Francisco January 9, 2011 in AT&T Park!
Wolf Pack fans looking to watch Nevada play in the same park the Giants play in have several flight options available through Reno-Tahoe International Airport.
With over 1,000 seats scheduled to the San Francisco Bay Area on Friday and nearly 900 seats scheduled on Saturday, Wolf Pack fans can easily score a seat to the big game. The pictured chart of flights below offers all of the available non-stop and one-stop flight options between Reno and the Bay Area. It is important to note that Southwest Airlines, the largest air carrier at Reno-Tahoe International, does not offer fares through travel service web sites like Expedia, Travelocity or Sidestep. Travelers should check airline web sites directly for the latest fares and availability.
“Reno-Tahoe International offers numerous flights that can help you follow the Wolf Pack to the Kraft Bowl,” Krys Bart, President/CEO of Reno-Tahoe International Airport, said. “With fares as low as $59 each way, it is the perfect time to hop on board a flight and help support the WAC Conference champions as they take on Boston College in the last game of a history making season.”
Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO) is proud to announce a new daily nonstop flight to Houston, TX beginning February 2011.
As part of the recent merger between Continental and United Airlines, the new flight will begin under the United name and will serve Houston’s Bush Intercontinental Airport. Flight times and aircraft type have not yet been announced.
“This is tremendous news for the community,” said Krys Bart, President and CEO of the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority. “We couldn’t be happier to have the return of this outstanding service that offers travelers the ease of connections not only to the east, but to South America and beyond.”
Non-stop to Houston is not a new route to users of the Reno-Tahoe International Airport. Continental flew the Reno-Houston route for several years but had to end service in September of 2008 due to the spike in fuel prices. The previous Houston flight performed very well thanks to strong community support.
“One of the benefits of an airline merger is the ability to optimize the combined routes of two carriers, in this case United and Continental,” said Bart. “But what’s most important is the end result that gives passengers more flight options. Houston service truly supports the Reno-Tahoe International Airport motto of providing non-stop service to the U.S. and one-stop service to the world.”
Tickets go on sale tomorrow. Visit www.united.com for ticket or flight information.