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Hawaiian Airlines cancels Maui flights

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 01:40 a.m. HST, Oct 28, 2012



Hawaiian Airlines cancelled Maui-bound flight, HA516, that was slated to depart Honolulu at 10 p.m. and flight HA515, which was slated to leave Maui for Honolulu later Saturday evening.

Keoni Wagner, vice president of public affairs for Hawaiian Airlines, said 67 Maui-bound passengers from the U.S. mainland were stranded by the cancellation of flight HA516.

"We have put them at a hotel near the airport for the night. We'll be sending them to Maui first thing in the morning," Wagner said. "No folks on the return flight from Maui were visitors."

While some residents in Honolulu and Maui were impacted by the change in travel plans, Wagner said he was unaware of anyone else needing assistance






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Anonymous wrote:
WTH?! WHY?! What are they teaching in journalism school these days?!
on October 28,2012 | 05:14AM
islandgirl3 wrote:
Who writes these? Anyone reading the heading would think Hawaiian Air is canceling all future flights to and from Maui. Would it have been too much trouble to add "for today" or "due to tsunami" or something similar?
on October 28,2012 | 08:08AM
cojef wrote:
Digital and blog age, so one must read between the lines. Convential wisdom be damn.
on October 28,2012 | 09:57AM
cojef wrote:
Oops, foiled again. Here goes at my second attempt. In this digital age, blogging precludes conventional methodology for presenting the news. Brevity rules.
on October 28,2012 | 09:59AM
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