Delta Plans New Service Linking Memphis and Boston

By Jeremy Del Nero on 9 March 2020
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Delta Air Lines announced plans to launch new service between Memphis and Boston.

The daily non-stop flights between Memphis International Airport and Boston Logan International Airport are slated to commence on October 4, 2020.

The addition of the Boston flight brings the number of destinations Delta will serve from Memphis to eight. Boston will join Atlanta, Detroit, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York, Orlando, and Salt Lake City on the list.

The flight, Delta said, would “seamlessly connects our customers around the world,” given Boston’s position as an international gateway.

Delta de-hubbed Memphis in 2013. At its height as a hub, Memphis operated 300 departures each day. The Atlanta-based airline inherited the hub when it merged with Northwest Airlines in 2008.

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