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Delta Expands Service with New Boston-Honolulu and Seattle-Miami Routes

The airline is adding new leisure-focused routes to its network.

A Delta 767-300 (Photo: AirlineGeeks | William Derrickson)

Delta is expanding its domestic network for next winter, launching new nonstop routes connecting Boston to Honolulu and Seattle to Miami. The Atlanta-based carrier is also adding capacity in Hawaii on a handful of existing routes, while resuming another.

Starting Nov. 21, 2024, Delta will operate a daily seasonal nonstop service between Boston (BOS) and Honolulu (HNL). The route is scheduled to operate through April 30 with a Boeing 767-300ER. Delta will compete directly with Hawaiian Airlines, which also operates the same route.

Bolstering Existing Service

From the airline’s Salt Lake City (SLC) hub, flight frequency to HNL will increase with a second daily seasonal option starting on Nov. 6, 2024. Similarly, Seattle (SEA) customers will gain access to a third daily seasonal flight to HNL beginning Dec. 21, 2024.

In addition, Delta plans to resume its route from Atlanta (ATL) to Maui (OGG) starting on Nov. 21, 2024. The airline says it will have up to 22 daily nonstop flights to Hawaii in Winter 2024.

New Transcon Route

Starting on Dec. 21, 2024, Delta will launch a new daily transcontinental route from Seattle (SEA) to Miami (MIA). This new service is slated to be year-round and operated by the carrier’s new Airbus A321neo.

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