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Delta deepens leisure footprint with new routes to Hawaii and Miami

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Delta will add service from Boston (BOS) to Honolulu (HNL) and from Seattle (SEA) to Miami (MIA) next winter, reinforcing the airline’s leading position in BOS and connecting MIA customers to all nine of Delta’s U.S. hubs.

Delta will add service from Boston (BOS) to Honolulu (HNL) and from Seattle (SEA) to Miami (MIA) next winter, reinforcing the airline’s leading position in BOS and connecting MIA customers to all nine of Delta’s U.S. hubs.

“Over the past decade, Delta has been dedicated to refining our domestic footprint, and this year we’re strengthening our roots within our well-positioned U.S. hubs to match increased demand,” said Joe Esposito, Delta’s Senior Vice President of Network Planning. “In cities like Boston, Atlanta and Seattle, we’re providing more choices and seamless connections to sought-after destinations.” 

More routes throughout Hawaii  

Hawaii-bound Delta customers will be able to choose from 22 daily nonstop flights next winter, including a new daily, seasonal nonstop service between BOS and HNL starting Nov. 21 through Apr. 30. BOS customers can already access seven destinations in Florida and seven destinations in Mexico and the Caribbean as part of Delta’s existing winter schedule.

From Salt Lake City (SLC), where the airline operates more flights than all other carriers combined, Delta will further boost its flight schedule with a second daily, seasonal frequency to HNL starting Nov. 6 through Mar. 29. Additionally, customers in SEA will see a third daily, seasonal flight to HNL beginning Dec. 21 through Mar. 29.

Delta will become the sole carrier to serve Maui (OGG) from the Eastern U.S., with the resumption of service from Atlanta (ATL) beginning Nov. 21 through Mar. 29.

With these new additions, the airline will fly to four Hawaiian destinations from eight U.S. cities, including service to HNL from all Delta’s U.S. hub markets.

New Miami-to-Seattle service

Next winter, Delta will fly 38 peak-day departures to 13 destinations from MIA, inaugurating a daily year-round service to SEA on Dec. 21.

The introduction of MIA service builds on Delta’s momentum in SEA where new routes to Taipei (TPE) and Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) start this summer. Additionally, Delta will seamlessly link all nine U.S. hubs from Miami, providing customers with enhanced connectivity across the globe.

Travel acrossthe U.S. with sky-high comfort

All of these routes will operate on mainline aircraft including the Boeing 767-300ER and Airbus A321neo.

Once onboard, customers can look forward to an extensive food and beverage program that includes thoughtfully curated menu options in Delta One and First Class, as well as specialty snacks and premium beer, wine and spirits. All customers can enjoy a wide selection of in-flight entertainment options via Delta Studio.

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