If you're jetting off to Miami for the Big Game, one airline has added some non stop flights to make travel easier for fans.

United Airlines has added 29 new flights to Miami for the game from a variety of destinations. Seven of those flights will be point to point flights between Kansas City and Miami. Two flights have been added on Friday January 31. Two flights have been added Saturday February 1. And three flights have been added from Miami to Kansas City on Monday February 3.

This year we're offering football fans from every corner of the country more opportunities than ever to get to Miami for the Big Game including extra flights between San Francisco and Miami and new service between Kansas City and Miami," said Ankit Gupta, United's vice president of Domestic Network Planning.

The airline isn't just limiting itself to extra flights serving Miami, Kansas City and San Francisco either. They've added flights based around the game from cities like Chicago, Denver, Houston, New York, Los Angeles and Washington, DC.

If there's a testament to just how big The Big Game is, it's all the flights from "other" football cities around America. At this point, I really shouldn't be surprised. But I am.