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Delta Air Lines Announces New Routes to Hawaii and Miami, Including Flights From Boston to Honolulu

Delta Air Lines Announces New Routes to Hawaii and Miami, Including Flights From Boston to Honolulu

BY ÖYKüM GELEN February 17, 2024 0 COMMENTS

Delta Air Lines will launch flights between Boston (BOS) and Honolulu (HNL) and between Seattle (SEA) and Miami (MIA) next winter. The airline will now have direct flights to Hawaii from its Boston hub, while Miami will have nonstop flights to all nine Delta hubs.


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Delta passengers interested in visiting Hawaii next winter can choose from 22 daily flights. The Boston-Honolulu route will operate daily from November 21, 2024 to April 30, 2025. These changes are essential since Hawaii is a major tourist destination. Travelers are interested in attractions like beaches, hiking, and resorts.




Hawaii is expected to receive 9.8 and 10.1 million visitors in 2024 and 2025, respectively. The state's tourist numbers are approaching pre-pandemic levels when 10.4 million people visited Hawaii in 2019. Passengers based in Boston can fly to seven destinations in Florida and seven in Mexico and the Caribbean as part of Delta's existing winter schedule. 


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Delta Air Lines operates more flights from Salt Lake City (SLC) than all other carriers combined. Delta will enhance its already well-structured flight schedule with a second daily seasonal connection to HNL between November 6, 2024 and March 29, 2025. Meanwhile, passengers based in Seattle will receive a third daily seasonal flight to HNL from December 21, 2024 to March 29, 2025.





These updates mean that Delta has flights from eight cities on the mainland U.S. to four Hawaiian destinations alongside service to HNL from all Delta hubs. The carrier will also resume its service between Atlanta (ATL) and Maui (OGG) from November 21, 2024 to March 29, 2025. Atlanta will be the only city in the eastern U.S. with direct flights to Maui.


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Joe Esposito, Delta's Senior Vice President of Network Planning, said about the routes:


"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. In cities like Boston, Atlanta, and Seattle, we're providing more choices and seamless connections to sought-after destinations." 


Delta's new flights from Seattle add to the recent announcement of flights to Taipei (TPE) and Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) to start this summer. Meanwhile, Miami will see 38 daily Delta flights to 13 destinations starting on December 21. Miami is important to Delta since the carrier has a joint venture with LATAM, which offers flights from MIA to several Latin American destinations. These flights will use a Boeing 767-300ER or an Airbus A321neo. 



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Hey there, I'm Öyküm Gelen, and I'm all about weaving stories that take you to new places. Writing is my jam, and each sentence is like a little journey on its own. But there's more to me than just words; I'm also fascinated by airplanes. Whether I'm exploring the skies in my writing or geeking out about aviation, I can't get enough of it. And guess what? I'm not just about words and wings – I'm knee-deep in the world of architecture studies. Designing structures that stand tall is my other passion. So, in the mix of storytelling, aviation dreams, and architecture plans, I'm Öyküm, bringing a blend of creativity and curiosity to the table.

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