The Atlanta-based career will launch on May 26 in Tel Aviv and May 27 in Athens, as well as Baltimore, Denver and San Diego on July 11.
“We’ve strengthened our Boston hub as demand picks up, adding about 8,800 seats a day next summer compared to our last peak in 2019,” said Joe Esposito. Delta’s senior vice president of network planning said in a statement.
Airbuses A330-900 and A330-300 will run three times a week via Tel Aviv and Athens. The Baltimore service will be operated five times daily by Delta Connection partner Republic Airlines on Embraer 175.
The company will also launch its A321neos, a “more sophisticated, fuel-powered aircraft” from Logan Airport in the spring, before first bringing transcontinental markets from Boston to the carrier’s domestic network.
The 194-seat plane has thought-provoking moments like a new one. First class seat design. Offering more privacy and a robust tray table, spacious overhead compartment and state-of-the-art HEPA cabin air filtration system, as well as access to Wi-Fi and power ports.
By summer, Delta will operate 160 non-stop flights daily to 55 destinations in Boston, a more than 20% increase in capacity since October 2019.
“We’re excited to welcome the new Delta flights to Boston, which connect visitors and travelers to exciting destinations around the world,” Government Charlie Baker said in a statement. “These flights to Logan Airport in 2022 will allow more people access to hundreds of destinations and the global economy.”
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