Hawaiian Airlines is to launch nonstop flights
between Brisbane and Honolulu, Hawaii, three times weekly from 28
The new flights will connect in Honolulu with
same-carrier, same-day services to the neighbor islands of Maui,
Kauai and Hawaii Island.
As well as serving the Brisbane/South East
Queensland market, the new flights will add new options
for passengers travelling from elsewhere in Queensland, and from
interstate destinations including northern New South Wales,
Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania
Hawaii, and our decision to introduce three flights per week from
Brisbane to Honolulu reflects the strength of the Queensland
market,” said Hawaiian Airlines President and Chief Executive
Officer Mark Dunkerley. “The new flights will build on the
success of our existing service between Honolulu and Sydney and
strengthen our offerings as the leading airline between Australia
Hawaiian’s new Brisbane services
will add more than 40,000 seats annually between Australia and
Hawaii, and increase the airline’s total seat numbers from
Australia by 38%.
Hawaiian Airlines flight HA 444 will
depart Brisbane at 18:35 every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday,
cross the international dateline and arrive in Honolulu at 07:50
the same day, a journey time of approximately nine hours 15
The return service, flight HA 443, will depart
Honolulu at 09:45 every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, cross the
international dateline and land in Brisbane at 16:00 the
following day, in time for onward connections to destinations throughout Australia.
Brisbane flights will be operated with Boeing 767-300ER aircraft,
seating 262 passengers in a two class cabin – 18 in Business Class
and 244 in Economy Class.
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