DELTA RESUMES BOSTON - DUBLIN ROUTE
New England travelers heading to Ireland in 2018 are excited by having Delta Air Lines as a prime choice for the second straight summer season! Beginning May 24, 2018, Delta resumes its daily nonstop service between Boston Logan International Airport and Dublin International Airport.
Traveling from Terminal A at Logan on Boeing 757-200s, DL154 departs Boston at 9:29 p.m. and arrives in Dublin at 8:45 a.m. the following morning. DL155 departs Dublin at 10:25 a.m. and arrives in Boston at 12:50 p.m.
Passengers traveling on Delta’s Boston 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.
For passengers visiting the United States from Ireland, arriving in Boston allows customers to connect to over 40 destinations within Delta’s extensive North American, Latin American and Caribbean network.
Charlie Schewe, Delta’s Director of Sales – New England, describes the Delta experience in more detail.
“We have a fantastic product with Delta One seats that are lie-flat in business,” he says. “We have a great main cabin experience with Comfort+ seats in the first eight rows which have more legroom and dedicated overhead bins, complimentary food and beer/wine in the main cabin and great service throughout.
We also have seat-back TVs with complimentary movies/TV shows, power in every seat and satellite-based WIFI which allows free texting in the air.”
Together with alliance partners, Deltas has the largest transatlantic network from Boston, serving 50 destinations, of which18 are international: six European, nine Caribbean/ Mexican and three Canadian.
Recently, aviation data and analytics company FlightGlobal awarded Delta the “World’s Most On-Time Airline” among mainline carriers. Delta is the first U.S. airline to earn this distinction in the nine years FlightGlobal has presented these awards.
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