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Delta Air Lines marked Cinco de Mayo with an announcement of new service between Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) and Mexico City International Airport (MEX). The daily flights will begin on December 21st with departures from Boston at 7:50 AM and return flights from Mexico City at 2:00 PM.
This is the latest flight in Delta’s U.S.-Mexico transborder alliance with Aeromexico. With this addition, Delta will operate 10 daily flights to Mexico City from six of its U.S. hubs. The Boston flights will be operated with a Boeing 757-200 that offer First, Comfort+, and Economy seating.
Delta has been beefing up its Boston hub’s international offerings substantially over the past few years with the addition of flights to Amsterdam, Athens, Dublin, Edinburgh, Lisbon, London, Paris, Seoul, and Tel Aviv. This strategically connects Boston to the Sky Team hubs of Air France, KLM, Korean Air, LATAM, and Virgin Atlantic.
Anthony’s Take: It’s impressive how Delta continues to build out its Boston hub and the international additions coupled with a strong domestic offering has made it a force to be reckoned with and a great choice for New England flyers.
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