Delta and Partners Expanding International Boston Service

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Delta competes head to head with JetBlue in Boston, however as JetBlue doesn’t have any transatlantic flights, Delta is the clear winner and it’s clear as they continue to grow in Boston.

Between Delta and their partners KLM, Virgin Atlantic, and Korean Air, you’ll be able to head to some new destinations this spring/summer as part of the added service. KLM has added new service to Amsterdam; Virgin Atlantic will be offering daytime service to London-Heathrow; and Korean Air will be launching service to Seoul. This news follows Delta Expands Boston with Several New Domestic Routes.

Per Delta,

  • On March 31, KLM began flying between Boston and Amsterdam, adding to the two daily flights to Amsterdam already operated at Logan Airport by Delta. KLM CEO Pieter Elbers joined officials from Massport, Delta leaders, customers and employees at the airport in a ribbon-cutting ceremony ahead of the outbound flight across the Atlantic.
  • And on April 1, Virgin Atlantic launched its daytime service from Boston to London-Heathrow – a morning departure that will better enable in-flight workday productivity for London-bound business travelers. Virgin and Delta together now offer three daily flights to Heathrow Airport from Boston.
  • Later this spring, Delta will begin its own seasonal Boston service to Lisbon and Edinburgh, rounding out a full slate of new international destinations now directly accessible to Boston customers. Through this and an extended summer season to Dublin, by May Delta and its partners will offer the most international seats from Boston with flights to up to 19 international destinations — more than ever before.
  • A third partner, Korean Air, will start new ser​vice in Boston on April 12, when it begins nonstop flights to Seoul, one of the first additions to that joint venture’s transpacific network since Delta and Korean Air launched their partnership last May.
  • Delta has doubled domestic daily departures out of Boston since 2013 and this year will serve four additional domestic destinations — Cleveland, Chicago, Washington-Reagan, and Newark-Liberty — while also adding more frequencies in another seven key domestic markets. Overall, the airline and its partners will offer up to 149 daily departures to more than 50 destinations from Logan in 2019, an increase of nearly 30 daily departures compared to 2018.

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