The Chargers traveled 3,442 miles round-trip to the Midwest to take on the Chicago Bears for its first road game of the preseason.
Nine days later, the Chargers made the much shorter 608-mile round-trip to Phoenix when the battled the Arizona Cardinals.
Week 2 sent the Chargers to Philadelphia to face the Eagles for their longest trip of the season, a 4,736-mile round-trip flight.
One week later, the Chargers are right back on a plane for a 3,500-mile round-trip flight to Nashville to play the Tennessee Titans.
The shortest trip of the season comes in Week 5, when the Chargers fly 894 miles round-trip to Oakland.
In Week 7, the Chargers fly 4,176 miles round-trip to Jacksonville to face the Jaguars in their first of two trips to Florida this season.
Following the bye week, the Chargers visit our nation's capital to battle the Washington Redskins. The Chargers will fly 4,546 miles round-trip.
The Bolts travel back to the state of Florida for the second time this season when they take on the Miami Dolphins. The Bolts will fly 4,532 miles round-trip.
After three 4,000+-mile flights in four weeks, the Chargers take it easy, only traveling 2,666 miles round-trip to Kansas City to face the Chiefs.
The final road trip of the season occurs in Week 15, when the Chargers fly 1,706 miles round-trip to Denver to play the Broncos in an AFC West matchup.
Winning on the road is fun, but there's no place like home with our great fans.
Being located in the Southwest corner of the United States, the Chargers annually travel among the most air miles of the NFL's 32 teams. This year, the Chargers will travel a total of 26,932 air miles. For comparison sake, one trip around the world is approximately 25,000 miles.
The Chargers annually travel among the most air miles of any of the 32 teams in the NFL. This year, the Chargers will travel a total of 26,932 air miles, second-most in the NFL and most in the AFC.