Between 21st May and 7th September 2020 (seasonal service), SkyTeam member Delta Air Lines will fly daily with Airbus A330-300 between Boston and Rome Fiumicino.
Delta is continuing to build on a memorable year in Boston with the announcement of new summer service between Boston and Rome, part of the airline’s 2020 plans for expanded flying from three of the airline’s hubs to 10 popular trans-Atlantic destinations. The new flights were announced at Logan International Airport as Delta, which recently designated Boston as its newest hub, officially assumed operations at all gates in Logan’s Terminal A, making the airline the terminal’s sole operator for the first time since the facility opened in 2005.
DL020 Boston – Rome FCO 17:00 – 07:15+1 333 / daily
DL021 Rome FCO – Boston 10:45 – 14:15 333 / daily
“Boston is a tremendous international city, and Delta’s ongoing investments here are delivering a truly world-class experience from ground to air,” said Delta CEO Ed Bastian. “From offering more international seats out of Boston than any other carrier to being the only airline at Logan with a fully dedicated terminal, we’re continuing to set ourselves apart for customers in ways that only Delta and our nearly 2,000 Boston-based Delta people can.”
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Delta’s expanded presence in Logan Airport’s Terminal A supports the airline’s network growth over the past several years and positions it for more flying yet to come. In 2020, Delta will launch four new trans-Atlantic flights from Boston, including new seasonal service to Rome, the carrier’s second daily flight to Paris and new service to London-Gatwick and Manchester. The carrier will also extend seasonal service between Boston and Edinburgh and Lisbon, two popular destinations added in 2019.
“Delta continues to be a great partner,” said Massport CEO Lisa Wieland. “Their growing presence at Logan Airport offers more choices for our passengers, including their new service to Rome.” Altogether, Delta and its partners serve more than 50 destinations from Logan, offering customers the most international seats with flights to up to 18 international destinations. In 2018, Delta launched flights from Boston to Lisbon and Edinburgh, KLM increased Amsterdam service, Virgin Atlantic added a daytime Heathrow flight, and Korean Air launched service to Seoul.