Hawaiian Airlines Bumps Up Summer Schedule

Hawaiian Airlines Airbus A330-200

Hawaiian Airlines has announced a number of additional flights to its summer schedule to deal with increased travel demand.

The carrier is not planning on adding new destinations yet, but will bump up frequency on a number of U.S. mainland and American Samoa routes, to provide more flexibility for those wanting to visit the Hawaiian islands.

The increased service out of Honolulu (HNL) will span from May 22 through September 4, 2024, with flights being operated with its fleet of Airbus A330-200s. Travelers flying between Honolulu and Los Angeles will have an option between the A330 and their upcoming Boeing 787-9 depending on which flight they book. The 787 is expected to enter commercial service on April 15, 2024, but will be used initially to serve flights between Honolulu and San Francisco (SFO).

“Travelers will enjoy more options and convenient schedules as they plan their summer travel to and from the islands,” said Brent Overbeek, senior vice president and chief revenue officer at Hawaiian Airlines. “This is also the first year we will offer a fourth daily HNL-LAX flight, which reflects the strong demand for our brand in Southern California.”

Here are the additions as follows:

FromToTime PeriodAdditions
Honolulu (HNL)Austin (AUS)May 24 – August 21 additional flight on Fridays
(4 flights per week during this period)
Honolulu (HNL)Boston (BOS)May 23 – August 11 additional flight on Thursdays
(5 flights per week during this period)
Honolulu (HNL)Las Vegas (LAS)May 24 – July 31HA5/6 bumps up to daily service
(3 daily flights during this period)
Honolulu (HNL)Los Angeles (LAX)May 24 – September 21 additional daily flight
(4 daily flights during this period)
Honolulu (HNL)Pago Pago (PPG)May 22 – September 41 additional flight on Wednesdays
(3 flights per week during this period)

[Featured Photo: Hawaiian Airlines]

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