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    This file photo shows a Hawaiian Airlines Boeing 767 arriving at Honolulu Airport.

Hawaiian Airlines will offer its first-ever nonstop service from Los Angeles to both Hawaii island and Kauai next summer.

The seasonal service between  Los Angeles and Kauai will be four times a week while Los Angeles-Kona service will be three times a week. The seasonal service will be from June 26 through Sept. 19. Both routes will be served by Hawaiian’s 264-seat Boeing 767-300ER aircraft.

The new service will add more than 22,000 seats to both markets over the 12 weeks of service and will complement the new Oakland service that also will start next summer with direct flights to Lihue and Kona for 10 weeks.

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