A new direct connection between Boston and Rome starting from the 2020 summer season: further expanding its international network from the USA’s Northeastern region, Delta Air Lines has announced the introduction of a daily seasonal flight between the Logan airport and Rome Fiumicino, confirming the interest of the US airline for the Italian market and the city of Rome.
The new route, in operation until late autumn, adds to the Rome-Boston flights already guaranteed by the Alitalia partner, to offer two daily flights during the time of the year with greater demand from and to the United States. The aircraft used will be an Airbus A330-300 with Economy, Comfort+ and Delta One seats. First-class passengers have a dedicated cabin assistant, enjoying fully reclining bed-seats, extra-large entertainment screens and a seasonal menu designed by Delta chefs.
The Rome-Boston route completes the US carrier’s network of services: Delta already flies to Rome year-round from New York City and Atlanta, as well as seasonally from Detroit, doubling its offer during the summer. In total, Alitalia and Delta will offer a total of 19 flights on the transatlantic routes every day.