Delta to Offer Non-Stop Service from Detroit to Honolulu

By Anna Breuer on 26 September 2018
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Delta's Mai Tai, served on Honolulu flights

Delta’s Mai Tai, served on Honolulu flights

Delta Air Lines announced plans for new non-stop service linking Detroit and Honolulu starting next June.

The airline will operate the flights using Boeing 767-300ER aircraft.  The 767 has 25 lie-flat beds in the Delta One business-class cabin as well as 29 seats in Delta Comfort+, the carrier’s premium economy lite section, and 171 seats in coach. Seats in Delta One are 21” wide and have a pitch of 76.5” to 81.4”.  All passengers have access to in-flight Wi-Fi, electric power, and complimentary in-flight entertainment.

Flights will depart Detroit Wayne County Metropolitan Airport at 12 noon and arrive at Daniel K. Inouye Honolulu International Airport at 3:43 p.m. local time. Return flights will depart Honolulu at 3:15 p.m. HST and arrive at 6:10 a.m. the following day.

Delta operates service to Honolulu from nine cities including Atlanta, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, and Seattle as well as seasonal service from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport. The flight from JFK is the longest domestic flight in the United States.

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