Delta Continues Boston Logan Expansion

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Delta continues to competes head to head with JetBlue in Boston, however unlike JetBlue, they’ve constantly been announcing new routes. We recently shared how Delta and Partners Expanding International Boston Service.

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 time, we turn to the domestic front as Delta has announced their latest service from Boston to Miami! The new service will begin just in time for the winter holiday travel on December 21, 2019 with twice daily service between the cities.

Per Delta,

Delta’s steady growth in Boston continues with the addition of new twice-daily service to Miami beginning this December, marking the 52nd nonstop destination for the global airline and its partners from Boston Logan International Airport.

Delta is also expanding with new daily frequencies from Boston to sun destinations including Orlando, Fort Myers, West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale and Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, as well as increasing seasonal service to New Orleans and Sarasota.

With these additions, Delta and its partners will offer more than 150 daily departures from Logan by March 2020, a 25 percent increase compared to 2019.

Delta has doubled domestic daily departures out of Boston since 2013 and this fall will serve three additional domestic destinations — Chicago, Washington-Reagan and Newark-Liberty — while adding more frequencies in other key domestic markets, including Indianapolis, Philadelphia and Kansas City.

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See Delta’s other recent route announcements: 

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