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Hawaiian Airlines boosts capacity on Honolulu-Portland route

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 04:30 p.m. HST, Mar 14, 2013

courtesy hawaiian airlinesHawaiian Airlines' fourth Airbus A330-200 began service this week. It is the ninth A330 to join the airline's fleet since June 2010.

Hawaiian Airlines has accelerated its plans to increase seat capacity in service between Honolulu and Portland, Ore., by three weeks due to the earlier-than-expected delivery of the second of five Airbus A330-200 aircraft joining the fleet this year.

The transition from Hawaiian’s 264-seat Boeing 767-300 aircraft to its 294-seat A330 will start April 20 and add nearly 11,000 new air seats to the route annually. It also will increase Hawaiian’s cargo capacity on the route by 25 percent.

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