Hawaiian Airlines to launch One-Stop Flights between Sydney and San Jose, California

Travel News Asia 19 May 2005

Hawaiian Airlines is to launch one-stop flights between Sydney and San Jose, California, from Sunday, 1 October, 2005.

Passengers can leave Sydney at 9.00pm each Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday and connect in Honolulu with the San Jose services, which will leave at 1.30pm the same day and arrive at 9.40pm.

San Jose is our ninth US mainland destination, and our fifth in California, said Scott Cammell, the airlines Sales and Marketing Manager Australia.

It is a great new gateway to the US West Coast and to Californias renowned Bay Area, located just 45 minutes south of San Francisco and 70 minutes north-east of Monterey, and is an ideal base for fly-drive holidays, said Mr Cammell. 

San Jose is also well-credentialed as a holiday destination in its own right, boasting some 300 sunny days per year, with an average temperature of 21 degrees celsius. 

And it offers attractions ranging from world class cultural and performing arts to extensive shopping, superb dining and exciting nightlife.

The announcement of services to San Jose coincides with the first anniversary of Hawaiians flights from Sydney to Honolulu, and follows the airlines recent announcements of new one-stop flights from Sydney to Las Vegas and Sydney to San Diego.

Hawaiian Airlines also offers one-stop service from Sydney to Seattle, Portland, Sacramento, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Phoenix, as well as frequent same-day services from Honolulu to Hawaiis neighbour islands.

The new San Jose services will be operated by Hawaiians fleet of two-class, wide-body Boeing 767-300 aircraft the same type used for the Sydney-Honolulu route.

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