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Delta A321neo at Boston Logan Airport

As Boston’s No. 1 premium global airline, Delta currently offers more than 150 peak-day departures to nearly 60 destinations, including 10 international destinations: Rome, Lisbon, Edinburgh, London Heathrow, Amsterdam, Dublin, Paris, Athens and Cancun. 

Additionally, Delta provides nonstop service to each of Boston’s 20 most popular domestic markets, recently increasing BOS frequencies to transcontinental west markets such as Denver (DEN), Las Vegas (LAS), San Francisco (SFO) and Pheonix (PHX), all operated on the A321neo.

Recent Network Developments 

Delta is introducing new daily flights across the popular leisure hotspot of Hawaii including a brand-new route from Boston to Honolulu starting Nov. 21.

Delta Sky Club 

In summer 2023, Boston-Logan's Terminal E expansion opened, which included a new Delta Sky Club for international departures. The nearly 21,000-square-foot E Concourse Club seats more than 400 guests and overlooks the famous Boston Harbor. The lounge, which takes inspiration from the famous harbor itself, incorporating colors and textures reminiscent of Boston’s nautical history, features:

  • A premium bar with a layered, champagne-toned mesh ceiling overhang and a dramatic backlit beverage display
  • Premium food and beverage options with regional specialties
  • A variety of seating options, including six soundproof phone booths
  • Club restroom amenities, which includes a family room and five shower suites (two of which are ADA compliant) 

This lounge operates alongside the two Clubs on Concourse A, giving Delta Sky Club the capacity for more than 1,000 guests simultaneously at BOS.

delta one lounge 

Expected in Q4 2024, a new 6,300-square-foot BOS-E premium lounge will seat 120 customers. The premium lounge will be connected to the BOS-E Delta Sky Club; premium lounge guests will have access to both spaces.

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