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South Bend International Airport

Flying into The Bend comes with certain perks.

South Bend International Airport (SBN) boasts the amenities of a larger airport with the benefit of catering to fewer travelers than a metropolitan hub. It’s quicker. It’s easier. And one connection can get you anywhere else in the country.

Nonstop Flights Around the Country

Four airlines – Allegiant, American, Delta and United – operate at South Bend International, offering nonstop flights to several destinations across the country.

Allegiant flies nonstop to Las Vegas (LAS), Orlando/Sanford (SFB), Phoenix/Mesa (AZA), Fort Myers/Punta Gorda (PGD), Tampa/St Petersburg (PIE) and seasonally to Sarasota/Bradenton (SRQ). Delta goes direct to Atlanta (ATL), Detroit (DTW) and Minneapolis (MSP).

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United flies nonstop to Chicago (ORD). 

American Airlines offers nonstop flights to two cities: Charlotte (CLT) and Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW).

Why SBN?

It’s simple: While air travel presents plenty of headaches, South Bend International makes life a little easier.

The airport offers TSA Pre-Check. Even without that, it’s recommended that travelers arrive no more than 90 minutes before their flight. You’ll breeze through check-in and security. That leaves plenty of time to grab a bite to eat before your flight or connect to the free Wi-Fi and check e-mails.

South Bend International is also the only airport in the United States to offer air, interstate rail (via the South Shore Line train into Chicago) and bus service all in the same location.

Grab a Pre-Flight Bite

Bar Fly and a South Bend Chocolate Café are located beyond the security checkpoint in Concourse A with fresh food and craft brews. There’s another Bar Fly before security along with Studebagels and The Pop Stop, where you can create your own popcorn.