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Hawaiian Airlines is forecasting increased demand in the coming months. It’s adding capacity in the form of increased frequencies to five of its destinations between May and September 2024. Passengers looking to head to Hawaii will find more flights available this summer.
The airline will add the following additional flights:
- Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS) (increasing frequency to 4x weekly with flights on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday from May 24th through August 2nd)
- Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) (increasing frequency to 5x weekly with flights on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from May 23rd through August 1st)
- Las Vegas Harry Reid International Airport (LAS) (increasing frequency to 3x daily from May 24th to July 28th)
- Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) (increasing frequency to 4x daily from May 24th to September 2nd)
- Pago Pago International Airport (PPG) (increasing frequency to 4x weekly with flights on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday from May 22nd through September 2nd)
All of these flights (with the exception of one daily Los Angeles flight) will be operated by Airbus A330 aircraft. These feature 18 First, 68 Economy Comfort, and 192 Economy seats. The additional flight to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) will be operated with one of Hawaiian’s new Boeing 787-9 aircraft.
Brent Overbeek, Senior Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer at Hawaiian Airlines, said:
Travelers will enjoy more options and convenient schedules as they plan their summer travel to and from the islands. This is also the first year we will offer a fourth daily HNL-LAX flight, which reflects the strong demand for our brand in Southern California.”
Hawaiian Airlines has been flying for 95 consecutive years. It offers 150 daily flights within the Hawaiian Islands, nonstop flights to 15 mainland US cities, and also serves American Samoa, Australia, Cook Islands, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea, and Tahiti. We’ll see how this evolves if Alaska Airlines is successful in acquiring the carrier (more here).
Anthony’s Take: Hawaiian Airlines is a fun way to fly to and between the islands. I’ve flown them within Hawaii as well as to Tahiti in the past.
(Featured Image Credit: Hawaiian Airlines.)
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