WASHINGTON—Delta Air Lines sees a 200-flight daily operation out of Boston Logan International Airport as a reasonable “medium-term” target as it focuses on expanding at promising cities in its network, president Glen Hauenstein said. “We’ve been growing our own hub” at Boston, Hauenstein told analysts on the carrier’s recent earnings call, noting some SkyTeam alliance partners have been adding international destinations, such as Korean ...

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