Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) is expanding in Boston with new service to San Francisco and Nashville, as well as more 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 every flight to and from Boston.
By June 2017, Delta will have added more than 22 percent more seat capacity versus June 2014.
“We’re seeing growing demand for business travel between Boston and key markets like San Francisco, Nashville, Seattle and Milwaukee,” said Joe Esposito, Delta’s Vice President–Network Planning. “We’re meeting that demand with our industry-leading operational performance as well as innovative products and service. And as Boston plays a larger role in Delta’s overall network portfolio, the local community should expect to see additional investments as well.”
New Service to Major Business and Entertainment Centers
Two daily flights to San Francisco International Airport – the largest market from Boston – using a Boeing 757-200 aircraft.
One daily flight to Nashville International Airport using a two-class, 76-seat CRJ-900 operated by Delta Connection carrier Endeavor Air. Delta will offer the only first class service in the market.
One Saturday nonstop flight to Montego Bay, Jamaica Sangster International Airport, using an Airbus 319 aircraft.
One Saturday nonstop flight to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic Punta Cana International Airport (subject to government approval), using an Airbus 319 aircraft.
One Saturday nonstop flight to St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands Cyril E. King Airport, using a Boeing 757-200 aircraft.
Additionally, Delta will add holiday service between Boston and Fort Myers from Dec. 22 – Jan. 2 using a two-class, 76-seat Embraer E-175 aircraft operated by Delta Connection carrier Shuttle America.
Expanded and Convenient Schedules
A second daily flight to Seattle-Tacoma International airport using a Boeing 737-800 aircraft.
A second daily flight to General Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee using a two-class, 76-seat CRJ-900 aircraft operated by Delta Connection carrier Endeavor Air.
Beginning mid-December increased Orlando service with three daily trips year round.
In June 2017, Delta will offer 90 peak day departures to 26 destinations.