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American Airlines and Delta Announce New Nonstop Flights From Boston

American Airlines and Delta Announce New Nonstop Flights From Boston

BOSTON – Currently, Boston's Logan Airport is undergoing one of the most massive renovations in its history. With complete overhauls of some terminals, the airport is going to look completely different five years from now, but that of course means there will be quite a few obstacles for travelers in the interim. It is not all doom and gloom, however, because it seems like many offers from Boston-serving airlines are slated to benefit passengers at a time when they might be frustrated with construction-related inconveniences at Logan.

For example, there have been plenty of deals offered by airlines coming out of Logan and they seem to keep coming! Frontier Airlines was recently offering flights for as low as thirty-six dollars, Southwest Airlines was offering forty-nine dollar flights out of Boston during the last week for a flash sale, and Scandinavian Airlines had an offer that all Boston-based children were able to fly for free to any country in the Nordic-European region. If you keep your eyes peeled, you will probably be able to find cheap flights to wherever you want to go!

Additionally, two major airlines that operate out of Logan have added new features for people who are looking to fly overseas. According to Delta, May 2020 will see the addition of a new seasonal service that will enable people to fly regularly from Boston to Rome, Italy.

And new nonstop flights between Boston and London are going to be offered from Logan on American Airlines.

Or, if you happen to be traveling to Logan Airport instead of from it, and you have time for a trip to the Berkshires, then you should take a look at the hotel in North Adams known as Tourists, which was just included in Fodor’s list of the one hundred best hotels in the entire world.

No matter what way you look at it, now seems to be one of the best times to be traveling to or out of Logan Airport.

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