Delta’s daily transatlantic route between Boston and Dublin is continuing through October 25, 2019, giving travelers a terrific opportunity to enjoy New England or Ireland through the fall.
First launched in May 2017, the seasonal non-stop between Boston's Logan International Airport and Dublin International Airport has been so popular that Delta has upgraded the plane this year from a 757 to a 767 to meet the growing demand.
Read about things to do in Boston and things to do in Dublin.
Passengers traveling on Delta’s Boston-Dublin service use U.S. pre-clearance facilities at Dublin Airport, completing the necessary immigration and customs checks prior to departure. When they arrive in Boston, passengers can readily depart the airport with minimum wait time.
Delta’s growing presence as one of Boston’s primary carriers has value for visitors arriving at Logan International Airport, since they can connect to more than 200 Delta destinations throughout North America, Latin America and the Caribbean.
New England travelers reap the benefits of both increased international expansion but also domestic expansion as Delta will offer 154 flights to 56 domestic destinations out of Boston Logan International Airport by September 2019.
In addition, Delta also flies from Boston to London, Manchester and Edinburgh.
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