Delta is one of the major airlines of the United States headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. Delta Airlines and its subsidiaries operates more than 5,400 flights every day serving 325 destinations in 52 countries.

There are nine Delta Airlines hubs. Atlanta is the largest hub with millions of passengers and plenty number of departures. It is the world’s second largest airlines in terms of fleet size and number of scheduled passengers carried.

Here mentioned are the nine Delta Airlines hubs:

Atlanta

Atlanta is Delta’s hub for the south-east. Most importantly, it is the main gateway to Latin America and the Caribbean. Being an international gateway to the United States, Atlanta airport ranks seventh in international passenger traffic. Moreover, the airport is an important hub to travel in the south-eastern region of the United States.

Atlanta Airport conducts 1,000 flights per day to 225 domestic and international destinations. Therefore, this primary Delta hub is also considered as the world’s largest airline hub.

Boston

Boston Airport is the second major hub conducting domestic and international Delta Airlines flights on various routes. Terminal A of Boston Airport was currently built mainly for sole use of Delta.

Previously, Delta leased 11 gates in the terminal. However, with improvement in infrastructure and development in work, Delta Airlines regained all the Terminal A gates of Boston Airport and finally declare it as a hub in 2019.

Detroit

Detroit is Delta’s second largest hub. This Airport is also recognized as one of Delta’s two Midwest hubs. Moreover, Detroit Airport is the primary Asian gateway for the Eastern part of the United States. As a result, it is considered as a major service provider to many American and Europe destinations.

Los Angeles

Being one of the major Delta Airlines hubs, Los Angeles has been offering service to some cities in Latin America, Europe, Asia and Australia. In addition to this, Los Angeles has been offering premium service to many other major domestic cities as well as West Coast regional destinations.

Minneapolis-Saint Paul

The third largest hub of Delta Airlines is Minneapolis – Saint Paul. This major Delta hub serves as one of Delta’s two Midwest hubs. Furthermore, it is the major Canadian gateway for the airline.

Apart from providing top-class service to many American metropolitan areas, Minneapolis – Saint Paul has also been one of the major service provider of regional destinations in the upper Midwest. This primary Delta hub is also recognized as the premium service provider of some Asian and European destinations.

New York-JFK

It is the major transatlantic hub of Delta Airlines. New York to JFK also conducts Delta Airlines flights to many transcontinental areas. In addition to this, it is the premium service provider of regional destinations in the US and Canada. 

Seattle

Delta’s announced Seattle as its primary west coast hub in 2014. It serves as an international gateway to Asia for the Western part of the United States. Seattle is major service provider of many destinations in the United States. Also, it has been serving regional destinations in the Pacific Northwest.

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