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Delta and Hawaiian Airlines Sign New Codeshare Agreement

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Hawaiian Airlines and Delta Air Lines have signed a new codeshare agreement that will offer Delta’s customers access to connecting flights within the Hawaiian Islands for the first time.

Beginning 15 September 2010, customers will be able to connect between their Delta flights and 70 daily inter-island flights operated by Hawaiian Airlines on a single ticket.

Hawaiian flights will connect Delta customers between Honolulu and Kahului, Lihue, Kona and Hilo, as well as between Kona and Kahului.

“While Delta is already a leader in service to Hawaii, with flights between the islands and 9 cities in the U.S. and Japan, this new codeshare agreement with Hawaiian Airlines will allow customers to connect beyond our main Hawaiian gateways to 5 popular vacation points beyond,” said Charlie Pappas, Delta’s managing director – Alliances.

Delta this fall will offer nonstop service between Honolulu and Atlanta; Detroit; Los Angeles; Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.; Seattle; San Francisco; and Salt Lake City. It also offers nonstop service between Los Angeles and Kahului airport on Maui, Lihue and Kona, and daily nonstop flights between Honolulu and Tokyo-Narita and Osaka, Japan.

Delta has also announced plans to add new nonstop flights between Honolulu and Nagoya, Japan, effective 22 December 2010.

Hawaiian and Delta’s new codeshare agreement expands on an earlier frequent flyer agreement between the two carriers that allows their respective frequent flyer members to earn and redeem miles for travel on either carrier.

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