Delta Air Lines continues to grow its presence in Boston with the addition of new service and the expansion of existing routes.
Starting in December, Delta will offer new twice-daily service to Miami from Boston, marking the 52nd nonstop destination for the global airline and its partners from Logan International Airport.
“It’s been a tremendous year for Delta in Boston already, and we continue to keep climbing with new routes and frequencies, award-winning service, and industry-leading reliability that sets Delta apart,” Delta sales director Charlie Schewe said.
The airline announced it would continue to expand daily frequencies from Boston to warm destinations for the winter, including Orlando, Fort Myers, West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale and Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.
Delta is also increasing seasonal service to New Orleans and Sarasota.
“Delta’s new nonstop service between Boston and Miami and their new daily frequencies to the Caribbean are exciting new travel options for Boston customers seeking more sunshine during those cold winter months,” Massport Acting CEO John Pranckevicius said. “We thank Delta for their continued partnership and we look forward to the additional travel opportunities this will generate for New Englanders.”
The new and expanded service means Delta and its partners will offer more than 150 daily departures from Logan by March 2020, which is a 25 percent increase compared to 2019.
The carrier will serve three additional domestic destinations in Chicago, Washington-Reagan and Newark-Liberty, while adding more frequencies in other critical markets in the U.S., including Indianapolis, Philadelphia and Kansas City.
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