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Hawaiian Airlines makes nearly 40% systemwide reduction

  • CRAIG T. KOJIMA / Jan. 7, 2019
                                Hawaiian Airlines announced drastic cutbacks in their service due to the effects of the coronavirus on the travel industry.

    CRAIG T. KOJIMA / Jan. 7, 2019

    Hawaiian Airlines announced drastic cutbacks in their service due to the effects of the coronavirus on the travel industry.

Hawaiian Airlines deepened tonight its systemwide flight reductions to nearly 40% in April as COVID-19 cases spread in Hawaii, resulting in restrictions that put downward pressure on travel.

Key changes include:

>> The suspension of nonstop service between Honolulu and Papeete, Tahiti, due to new arrival restrictions by the French Polynesian government. The last HNL-PPT round-trip flight will operate Saturday, with service set to resume in May.

>> The reduction of daily service between Honolulu and Osaka’s Kansai Airport to six weekly nonstop flights, from April 6-28.

>> The reduction of nonstop flights between Honolulu and Fukuoka from four-times weekly to thrice-weekly, from April 5-June 1.

>> The suspension of nonstop service between Kahului and Las Vegas for the month of April after the flight from Las Vegas to Kahului on March 31.

>> Eliminating a second daily nonstop flight between Honolulu and Seattle and San Francisco; however, daily service is still offered between the markets.

>> The suspension of a daily nonstop service between Kona and Lihue after March 31. The carrier will accommodate guests via Honolulu or Kahului, Maui.

Visit www.hawaiianairlines.com/Coronavirus for more information on what has become a rapidly evolving situation.

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