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Upgrade promises more comfort on Korean flights

By Jeff Chung

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Apr 06, 2014

~~<p>Flying to Korea from Hawaii will get more comfortable on Hawaiian Airlines starting April 23. The airline, which has a direct flight from Honolulu to Incheon airport, will be upgrading its current Boeing 767-300 with 264 seats to the Airbus A330-200, which has a capacity of 294 seats. The Airbus will have a video-on-demand entertainment system built into the seats, versus the option of a mini iPad on the Boeing, and Extra Comfort preferred seating that comes with extra perks. The in-flight entertainment is one of the industry's best when it comes to Japanese, Korean and Chinese films, all with English subtitles. The route will be reduced to five flights a week from seven.</p>
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Flying to Korea from Hawaii will get more comfortable on Hawaiian Airlines starting April 23. The airline, which has a direct flight from Honolulu to Incheon airport, will be upgrading its current Boeing 767-300 with 264 seats to the Airbus A330-200, which has a capacity of 294 seats. The Airbus will have a video-on-demand entertainment system built into the seats, versus the option of a mini iPad on the Boeing, and Extra Comfort preferred seating that comes with extra perks. The in-flight entertainment is one of the industry's best when it comes to Japanese, Korean and Chinese films, all with English subtitles. The route will be reduced to five flights a week from seven.

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