Delta is adding nonstop flights from Boston to these four U.S. cities in 2019

The airline also is increasing its frequency of flights to several other U.S. cities.

A Delta Air Lines passenger jet plane approaches Logan Airport in Boston.
A Delta plane approaches Logan Airport in Boston. –Charles Krupa / AP, File

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Bostonians will have more flight options in the new year.

Delta is adding multiple daily nonstop flights from Boston’s Logan Airport to Cleveland’s Cleveland Hopkins International Airport beginning April 1, 2019, and to Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport, Newark’s Newark-Liberty International, and the Washington D.C. area’s Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport beginning Sept. 9, 2019, according to a company statement released Monday.

Delta will also increase the frequency of flights from Boston to several U.S. cities in 2018. The airline is adding more flights to Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Fla., Nashville, Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh, according to the statement.


Delta also recently announced that it will add two nonstop international routes from Boston to Lisbon and Boston to Edinburgh in May.


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