Hawaiian Airlines plans to expand service to Tokyo with nonstop daily flights between Narita International Airport and Honolulu beginning July 22.
The new route will complement Hawaiian’s daily service between and Haneda International Airport and Honolulu.
“We’ve had the pleasure of carrying more than 800,000 visitors between Haneda and Honolulu since the launch of our daily A330 service more than five years ago,” Hawaiian President and CEO Mark Dunkerley said today. “With average load factors routinely exceeding 90 percent, it is clear Japanese travelers have chosen Hawaiian as their carrier of choice when visiting our beautiful islands.”
Narita will be the airline’s 11th international destination and its fourth destination in Japan. Hawaiian launched service from Honolulu to Haneda in November 2010, Osaka in July 2011 and Sapporo in October 2012.