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Multiple Ways to Fly RNO>ATL to Support Wolf Pack in Sweet 16

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Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO) congratulates Eric Musselman and the Wolf Pack men’s basketball team on their amazing run to the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 in Atlanta. RNO is ready to assist fans who want to follow the Wolf Pack with a wide array of flight options to Atlanta.  

While Reno Airport does not currently offer non-stop flights directly to Atlanta, there are several one-stop options from Reno to Atlanta. 

“The Wolf Pack is reaching new heights and our community can follow them in person through RNO,” said Marily Mora, President/CEO of the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority. “You can support the Pack by flying on one of four airlines providing one-stop service to Atlanta,” Mora said.

We encourage Wolf Pack fans bound for the tournament to review the flight options below and then go to the airline web site to book a seat today. Spring Break, combined with the NCAA Tournament, has seats filling fast.

  • American Airlines: offers a number of flight options through Chicago O’Hare (ORD), Dallas Ft. Worth (DFW), Los Angeles (LAX), and Phoenix (PHX).
  • Delta Airlines: offers a number of flights through Salt Lake City (SLC).
  • Southwest Airlines has multiple connection opportunities through Chicago Midway (MDW), Las Vegas (LAS), and Los Angeles (LAX).
  • United Airlines: offers a variety of flights through Denver (DEN) and San Francisco (SFO).

A list of the airlines that serve RNO and their contact information can be found on the RNO website at www.renoairport.com.

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