Hawaiian Airlines is to increase its flights
between Sydney and Honolulu from five flights a week to year-round
daily nonstop flights starting 14 December 2011.
“Australians are increasingly finding great
value in Hawaii vacations, and demand for our services has never
been greater,” said Glenn Taniguchi, Hawaiian’s senior vice
president of marketing and sales. “The arrival of another aircraft
later this year will allow us to meet the increased demand
starting in December.”
In April, Hawaiian Airlines increased its Sydney
flight schedule from four days per week to daily for the peak
winter season and, because of aircraft availability, will operate
five days per week between 3 August and 13 December 2011, before
starting the year-round daily service on 14 December 2011.
Hawaiian’s Flight #452 will depart Sydney
Airport daily at 21:20 and arrive at Honolulu International
Airport at 10:10 the same day.
Return Flight #451 will depart Honolulu daily at
11:50 and arrive in Sydney at 19:20 the following day.
Hawaiian flies a wide-body Boeing 767-300ER
aircraft on the Sydney route. The twin-aisle 767
seats up to 264 passengers with 18 in Business Class and the
remainder in Economy Class.
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