This Fall, Delta Is Set To Inaugurate Direct Flights From Boston To Honolulu, Hawaii.

This Fall, Delta Is Set To Inaugurate Direct Flights From Boston To Honolulu, Hawaii.
  • PublishedFebruary 26, 2024

This fall, Delta is set to initiate nonstop flights from Boston to Honolulu, Hawaii, marking the launch of a new route between Logan International Airport and Daniel K. Inouye International Airport. Starting on November 21 and extending through April 30, 2025, this service will become Delta’s lengthiest domestic route at 5,095 miles, surpassing the current longest route from New York to Honolulu by 112 miles.

Operated by a Boeing 767-300ER, this flight offers customers an enhanced travel experience. Joe Esposito, Delta’s Senior Vice President of Network Planning, emphasized the airline’s commitment to refining its domestic presence over the past decade. This year, Delta aims to fortify its position in well-positioned U.S. hubs such as Boston, Atlanta, and Seattle to meet rising demand. The focus is on providing travelers with more choices and seamless connections to popular destinations.

In addition to the Boston to Honolulu route, Delta announced the resumption of its Atlanta to Maui service in November, making it the exclusive carrier connecting Maui to the Eastern U.S. Furthermore, the airline will introduce year-round service between Miami and Seattle starting in December.

Delta’s comprehensive Hawaiian operations will encompass 22 daily nonstop flights, connecting four Hawaiian destinations from eight different cities. The Boston to Honolulu service will complement Delta’s winter offerings from Logan, covering seven destinations in Florida and seven destinations in Mexico and the Caribbean.

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