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Delta Adding New Routes to Hawaii and Miami

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Delta Air Lines is adding new routes to popular vacation destinations, including Hawaii and Miami, giving flyers even more options for accessing some of the country’s most sought-after spots.

“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,” said Joe Esposito, senior vice president of network planning at Delta.

Let’s take a look at all the details of this upcoming network expansion from the Atlanta-based carrier.

Delta Increases Hawaii Flights Even Further

Delta in recent years has added numerous flights to the Hawaiian Islands, reflecting a marked increase in demand for travel to and from the 50th U.S. state in the post-pandemic era.

Starting things off with an entirely new route, Delta will add nonstop flights between Boston (BOS) and Honolulu (HNL) on a seasonal basis. The service will commence on November 21, 2024, and will run through April 30, 2025, in its first year of operation.

Delta Boeing 767 and Airbus A330 at JFK
Delta will fly a Boeing 767-300ER between Boston and Honolulu. Image Credit: Daniel Ross.

The addition of the new Boston-Honolulu flights means that Delta will serve Hawaii’s capital and largest city from all of its domestic hubs, also offering flights from Atlanta (ATL), Detroit (DTW), Los Angeles (LAX), Minneapolis-St. Paul (MSP), New York (JFK), Salt Lake City (SLC), and Seattle (SEA). The airline also offers nonstop service between Honolulu and Tokyo-Haneda (HND).

In addition to the new nonstop service from Boston, Delta will offer a second daily flight to Honolulu from Salt Lake City between November 6, 2024, and March 29, 2025, and will fly a third daily flight between Seattle and Honolulu from December 21, 2024, through March 29, 2025.

Finally, Delta notes that it will resume its seasonal nonstop service between Atlanta and Maui (OGG) from November 21, 2024, through March 29, 2025.

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Delta Finally Connects Seattle to Miami

Delta flyers have long been asking for a nonstop flight between the airline’s hub in Seattle and one of the most popular destinations in the U.S.: Miami.

The airline has finally answered that call and will add year-round, nonstop service between Seattle and Miami (MIA) as of December 21, 2024. This adds to a recent service build-up from Delta in Miami and means that the South Florida city will be connected by nonstop flights to each of the carrier’s domestic hubs.

Final Thoughts

Delta continues to connect the dots of its domestic network with these meaningful additions to the popular vacation spots of Hawaii and Miami. The news should no doubt be exciting news for Delta flyers who will soon find it even easier to reach these fantastic destinations.

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