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Delta One SFO-BOS

Delta One SFO-BOS

  1. Anonymous

    Hi Lucky: Is Delta ending Delta One service on its SFO-BOS route? It looks like Delta One is no longer available on the route starting in November through the end of schedule, but I haven’t seen any kind of official announcement from Delta. It’s unfortunate that there will be less pricing pressure on JetBlue and UAL fares on the route.

  2. David W

    Someone else posted a similar question about this recently – [URL]http://asklucky.onemileatatime.com/threads/delta-bos-sfo.34201/[/URL]

    Apparently, it’s under-performing. ¯_(ツ)_/¯

  3. Rohit Deshpande

    Quite interesting….I flew UA business on that route about a month ago and the flight seemed quite full. Seems like UA is doing just fine with that route. Perhaps the reason might be because Delta is much more expensive. I paid just $399 out of pocket for that transcon business class flight. I see delta charging in the high 3 digits to low 4 digits for that flight. Clear winner there and not even considering Jetblue Mint

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