เดลต้า flights from Chiang Mai to Boston (CNX - BOS)
CNX — BOS
10 Dec — 17 Dec1
Cheapflights users flying from Chiang Mai to Boston on เดลต้า typically fly into Boston Logan Intl and depart from Chiang Mai. Select your dates above for pricing.
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The general consensus from 3,035 Cheapflights users is that เดลต้า is a 7.9/10. Select your travel dates above for updated prices on flights from Chiang Mai to Boston (CNX-BOS).
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Read reviews and see what other travellers are saying about their experiences with เดลต้า. Get insights from real passengers regarding the airline's services, customer satisfaction, and overall travel experience. Use these reviews to inform your decision when choosing เดลต้า for your next flight. Reviews last updated 5 December 2023.
This flight was excellent. Left and arrives ahead of schedule. The plane was only half full and they actually let people lay down in rows of empty seats. The crew was super kind to a large family with a bunch of kids who wanted to be closer together. I think Delta purposely avoids turbulence more than other airlines because I never experience jarring flights, even the red eyes. They served two meals onboard (which were honestly pretty gross but they are doing their best). Also the newer planes have really cool lighting that helps with jet lag because they mimic the sunset and sunrise colors, and have polarized windows that extend “night time” until they are ready to land in the morning. Pretty cool.
There were complications with my flights boarding in spokane and my secondary flight was changed without my consent to one that boarded at the same time as my first flight let me out on the opposite side of the massivr layover airport. It was only because an employee saw my struggle and confusion and hooked me up with a ride that I even made the flight dispite delta's best efforts. My TV's headphone jack on my first flight was also busted which sucked to find out after buying headphones on the flight. About halfway through the flight one of the attendants moved me to a seat with a working TV. Long story short Delta as an airline was terrible but their employees did their best to help me with what limited options they had to work with.
Pretty much everything
Food somewhat expensive..... boarding off the plane - people with no luggage should get off first then there should be some kind of control instead of everybody just getting in the aisles trying to get their luggage and holding everybody up
Very Good|Nov 2021
It was on at the terminal we were at in Las vegas, we were all the way at the end of one of them, I think it was c.... Dates 41 42 and 43.... They were in a row from left to right and we were scheduled for 42.... Right before that 41 was loading and yet the line started on the right Chris crossed 43 42 over to 41 causing foot traffic confusion, and yet the left side in front of gate 41 was relatively empty...... Eventually some Delta step did come out and assist but for about 40 minutes it was quite confusing and crowded
Very Good|Dec 2022
Last minute change to our terminal and gate made our well-planned departure hectic and less enjoyable experience. Luckily we were at the airport 2 hours before the scheduled flight. We were moved from Terminal 2 to Terminal 4 right when we arrived at the gate. Although Delta had a shuttle that allowed us to move terminals without going through security a second time, the shuttle dropped us off at the bevy of the terminal. We had to walk over 3 miles to get to the very last gate, and the moving escalators were out-of-order. It also did not have any bathrooms or fast food, even just hot coffee, nearby. After reaching our gate, my son who has asthma was sweaty and had to use his inhaler again.
The flight staff were polite, seats were comfortable, and we reached our destinations on time. This was my first time traveling first class since the pandemic. The difference in service was dramatic and made me seriously regret having paid three times more for a first class ticket. Specifically No Sky Cap lounge - One of the main reasons I traveled first class was to use the Sky Cap lounge since we were going to have to wait for our flight for several hours at PDX. PDX Sky Cap would not allow us to enter as first class passengers. The receptionist said we needed to have their American Express Card. Further the Las Vegas Sky Cap lounge is permanently closed. Food - Our first flight was early in the morning, so I thought no need to grab breakfast in the airport, I'm traveling first class. The only food we were served or offered between LAS and PDX was Biscoff cookies. Our return trip was the same. Seems the days of being served a hot meal in first class are long gone.
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