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Hawaiian Airlines to increase flights to Seattle and California

Hawaiian Airlines has announced that it is increasing flights to Seattle and California, giving holiday travellers more options to reconnect with family or take a Hawaii vacation.

To meet the increased holiday demand, the carrier is expanding once-daily service between Honolulu and Seattle as well as San Francisco. The airline is also increasing flights between Kahului, Maui and Los Angeles, with the following additional flights:

Photo: Hawaiian Airlines

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Brent Overbeek, Senior Vice President of Network Planning and Revenue Management, Hawaiian Airlines, said:

We are looking forward to welcoming our guests with our warm hospitality as they spend this holiday season safely enjoying the islands or visiting with friends and loved ones on the mainland.

Flights to Seattle will be operated by Airbus A330 aircraft featuring 18 lie-flat leather seats in First Class in a 2-2-2 configuration, 68 Extra Comfort premium seats with more legroom and 192 standard Main Cabin seats. For additional flights to San Francisco and Los Angeles, the airline will use its Airbus A321neo featuring 16 leather recliners in First Class, 44 Extra Comfort premium seats and 129 Main Cabin seats.

Meanwhile. Hawaiian Airlines recently announced that it will resume flights to Sydney, Australia in December 2021.

Featured image by Hawaiian Airlines

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