Delta Names Boston as New Hub

Frequent Business Traveler 6/3/2019

AAA World Article

Delta Air Lines announced that Boston Logan International Airport is the airline’s newest hub.

The Boston hub will service as a secondary transatlantic gateway. New York is its primary transatlantic gateway.

“We’ve been making significant investments in Boston this year,“ said Amy Martin, managing director for network planning at the airline, speaking at an industry event, adding that “this has really enabled us to graduate Boston from what we consider a focus city to our newest coastal hub.”

Delta last added a new hub, Seattle, in 2014. Other hubs include Atlanta, Detroit, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, and Salt Lake City. Delta de-hubbed Memphis in 2013, and Cincinnati in 2017. The latter is now considered to be a focus city, along with Austin, Nashville, Raleigh-Durham, and San Jose.

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