As of 2015, Delta flies to many U.S. states, including Alaska, Maryland, Louisiana, Ohio, New York, Oregon, Indiana, Virginia and Rhode Island. Cities that have routes with Delta Airlines include Boston, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York City, Fort Lauderdale, Jackson Hole and Salt Lake City. In total, Delta flies to 333 destinations in 64 countries.Continue Reading
As of 2015, Delta Airlines has 10 U.S. hubs in nine states. Its largest hub is Atlanta, Georgia, which is also the location of the company's headquarters. Delta has 963 departures through Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport every day and serves 219 destinations.
New York is the only state with two Delta hubs. The larger hub is La Guardia Airport, which sees 269 departures each day and serves 57 destinations. John F. Kennedy International Airport serves 82 destinations and has 170 Delta flights per day.
Delta's smallest U.S. hub, as of 2015, is Logan International Airport in Boston, Massachusetts. This city's airport sees 73 daily Delta departures and provides service to 22 destinations.
Delta's other U.S. hubs are located in Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, Michigan; Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, Minnesota; Salt Lake City International Airport, Utah; Los Angeles International Airport, California; Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport and Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, Washington.Learn more about Geography