Hawaiian Air to Ramp Up Holiday Service to Seattle and California

By Kurt Stolz on 29 October 2021
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Hawaiian Airlines announced plans to ramp up service linking the Aloha State with Seattle and multiple destinations in California.

Hawaii has enjoyed some of the lowest infection, hospitalization, and death rates in the nation throughout the pandemic although, more recently, the islands experienced a large surge of delta variant cases, causing the state’s governor, David Ige, to ask visitors to delay trips.  Governor Ige now says that the return to a very low number of new cases allows the state to once again welcome travelers with the spirit of aloha.

The airline is adding a second daily flight between Daniel K. Inouye International Airport in Honolulu and Seattle-Tacoma International Airport on most days from November 19, 2021 through January 5, 2022.

In addition, Hawaiian will operate a second daily flight between Maui’s Kahului and Los Angeles International airports during the same period as the Seattle flights.

Finally, the carrier will operate a single daily flight from Monday through Thursday and two daily flights for the remainder of the week from Honolulu to San Francisco International Airport and a single daily flight from Tuesday through Friday with two flights the remainder of the week from San Francisco to Honolulu.  This schedule will be in effect from December 18, 2021 through January 10, 2022.

Hawaiian will operate these flights using Airbus A330-200 aircraft, which have 18 fully lie-flat seats arranged in a 2-2-2 configuration in the first-class cabin, 68 seats in the premium-economy lite section, and 192 in coach.

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