Delta Adds Service From Boston's Logan International Airport

delta air linesDelta is expanding out of Boston's Logan International Airport with new domestic services to San Francisco and Nashville, with added flights to Seattle and Milwaukee. By the end of 2016, Delta will be the only U.S. Global Carrier to offer first-class seating on all flights to and from Boston.

In addition to new flights to San Francisco and Nashville, Delta will offer nonstop flights to Montego Bay, Punta Cana, and St. Thomas on either a Boeing 757-200 or Airbus 319 aircraft.

Expanded flights will also include three daily trips to Orlando year round (beginning in December), on top of the added flights to Seattle and Milwaukee. Holiday service (December 22 – January 2) will be added between Boston and Fort Myers.


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When compared to June 2014, Delta will have added over 22 percent more seat capacity by June 2017.


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