Flights from Boston (BOS) to Detroit (DTT)Edit search
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Travel information for Boston to Detroit
- Distance between Boston and Bedford (BED): 15.6 miles
- Distance between Boston and Worcester (ORH): 43.3 miles
- Distance between Boston and Provincetown (PVC): 44.9 miles
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Additional useful information for Detroit
- In the next ten days, Boston will be 71°F, whereas Detroit will be 75°F, that’s 4°F warmer.
- At this time of year, it’s likely that there will be 0.29 inches more rainfall in Detroit than in Boston.
- And that the chance of sunshine will be 36% in Detroit as opposed to 46% in Boston.
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Facts and figures about flying from Boston to Detroit
- On average all flights between Boston and Detroit offer a total of 768 seats per day
- Delta Air Lines, Inc. operates 131 flights per week between Boston and Detroit
- The Airbus A330-300 is the largest aircraft operating flights between Boston and Detroit
- Flights between Boston and Detroit are rarely subject to diversions
- The percent of flights delayed between Boston and Detroit is 12.5 percent
- When flying from Boston to Detroit, Philadelphia International is the most common place passengers connect in
- The Airbus A320-100/200 is the most popular aircraft used for flights between Boston and Detroit
- Flights from Boston to Detroit are cancelled 1.8 percent of the time
- The smallest aircraft operating flights from Boston to Detroit is the Canadair CRJ 200