Delta to offer new flights to Hawaii and Miami

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Delta Air Lines plans to add new services from Boston (BOS) to Honolulu, Hawaii (HNL) and from Seattle (SEA) to Miami (MIA) next winter, further reinforcing the airline’s leading position in Boston and connecting MIA customers to all nine of Delta’s U.S. hubs.

The move aims to cater to increased travel  demand and to provide wider options for travellers.

Leading Position in Boston

With a plan of refining its domestic footprint, Delta has positioned itself as a leading carrier in Boston.

Joe Esposito, Delta’s Senior Vice President of Network Planning, highlights the airline’s commitment to offering more choices and seamless connections in cities like Boston, Atlanta, and Seattle.

This year we’re strengthening our roots within our well-positioned U.S. hubs to match increased demand,” remarked Esposito.

The addition of the BOS-HNL route reinforces Delta’s presence in Boston and offers travelers enhanced accessibility to sought-after destinations.


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Connecting Miami to U.S. Hubs

Delta’s expansion plans extend to Miami, where the airline will inaugurate a daily year-round service to Seattle (SEA).

This strategic move not only reinforces Delta’s momentum in SEA but also enhances connectivity for MIA customers, providing them with seamless access to Delta’s extensive network of U.S. hubs.

Expansion of Hawaiian Routes

Hawaii-bound travelers will benefit from Delta’s increased flight schedule, with options for 22 daily nonstop flights next winter.

The addition of new routes, including the BOS-HNL service and enhanced frequencies from Salt Lake City (SLC) and Seattle (SEA) to HNL, reflects Delta’s commitment to providing convenient travel options to popular Hawaiian destinations.

Enhanced Services to Salt Lake City (SLC)

Delta will further boost its flight schedule from Salt Lake City (SLC) with a second daily seasonal frequency to Honolulu (HNL).

As the carrier with the most flights from SLC, Delta’s expanded services offer travelers from the region increased flexibility and choice when planning their trips to Hawaii.

Sole Carrier to Serve Maui (OGG) from the Eastern U.S.

Delta’s exclusive service from Atlanta (ATL) to Maui (OGG) solidifies its position as the sole carrier to serve OGG from the Eastern U.S.

Travelers seeking flights to Maui will benefit from Delta’s convenient connections and superior service standards.

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Momentum in Seattle

Delta’s expansion in Seattle (SEA) is evident with the introduction of new routes to Taipei (TPE) and Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW).

The addition of the MIA-SEA service further underscores SEA’s importance as a key hub for Delta and reflects the airline’s commitment to catering to the region’s growing travel demands.

Introduction of Miami to Seattle Service

The introduction of a daily year-round service between Miami (MIA) and Seattle (SEA) marks a significant addition to Delta’s route network.

This new route not only enhances connectivity for travelers between Miami and the Pacific Northwest but also strengthens Delta’s presence in both cities.


Delta’s network expansion from Miami (MIA) ensures enhanced connectivity for travelers, allowing seamless access to all nine of Delta’s U.S. hubs.

This strategic initiative not only benefits MIA customers but also strengthens Delta’s global network by facilitating smoother connections for travelers worldwide.

All of these routes will operate with mainline aircraft including the carrier’s Boeing 767-300ER and Airbus A321neo.

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 passengers can enjoy a wide selection of in-flight entertainment options via Delta Studio. 

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Delta Air Lines will add new leisure services from Boston (BOS) to Honolulu (HNL) and from Seattle (SEA) to Miami (MIA) next winter.
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