updated 1/26/2010 1:38:36 PM ET 2010-01-26T18:38:36

Delta Air Lines is adding flights to and from Indianapolis and New Orleans to help carry the crush of fans heading to Florida for the Feb. 7 Super Bowl.

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The world's biggest airline will add another flight on Feb. 4 and Feb. 5 from Indianapolis to Atlanta, to go with the eight flights it has. Delta flies 11 daily flights to Miami from Atlanta.

For the day after the game, Delta is adding two nonstop flights from Miami to Indianapolis, including a redeye.

Delta is adding a nonstop flight on Feb. 5 to Miami from New Orleans and two nonstop flights to New Orleans from Miami on Feb. 8.

Delta will fly the Indianapolis Colts and New Orleans Saints to the game at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens.

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