Southwest to Offer Non-Stop Service to Hawaii from Oakland, Sacramento, San Diego, and San Jose

By Paul Riegler on 3 May 2018
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IMG_9879Southwest Airlines announced plans to offer non-stop service from Oakland, San Diego, San Jose, and Sacramento to Hawaii pending regulatory approval.

Although the airline did not announce specific city pairs, it said it will serve four destinations, namely Honolulu, Maui, Kauai, and Kona.

“The way we plan to serve Hawaii requires us to share these initial details now so that our facilities in the airports will be ready for all that we intend to offer,” said Tom Nealon, the airline’s president, at a gathering of tourism and government officials in Waikiki.

“We’re on-track with our plans to sell tickets this year and are respectfully engaged in the process to receive FAA authorization to operate between the mainland and the Islands,” he added.

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