Delta Air Lines is adding new routes between Boston’s Logan International Airport and other major business markets beginning in September 2019.
The new service is part of Delta Air Lines’ (NYSE: DAL) effort to expand its route network out of Logan. Boston is an increasingly important East Coast market for the carrier, which has established a seemingly unmatchable record for on-time arrival performance among the four largest domestic carriers.
In addition to flights between Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport and Logan, Delta is adding new nonstops from Boston to Newark Liberty International Airport serving New York City and Reagan National Airport near Washington, D.C. A new route from Boston to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport will start earlier, on April 1.
“Our Boston customers, especially those flying for business, want more ways to experience Delta’s award-winning service and industry-leading operational reliability to destinations they value most,» Delta president Glen Hauenstein said in a statement. «These new routes, along with our existing flights to San Francisco and Los Angeles, means that beginning next fall Delta will offer service (from Boston) to the top five business markets requested by our corporate customers”…