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Hawaiian Airlines to launch Flights to Las Vegas

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Hawaiian Airlines is to launched its first-ever nonstop flights between Maui and Las Vegas, starting with a twice-weekly service on 3 October 2010.

Peter Ingram, executive vice president and CFO of Hawaiian Airlines, said the addition of three new Airbus A330-200 aircraft to Hawaiians fleet this year is giving the company increased flexibility to expand its Las Vegas service.

Weve known for a long time how popular Las Vegas is with Maui residents, so were pleased to offer this new flight to address that demand, said Ingram. At the same time, we believe the convenience of this new nonstop service will boost visitor traffic to Maui, as Las Vegas is home to so many people with strong ties to the islands as well as a busy hub for flight connections on other carriers.

Flight #32 will depart Kahului Airport on Mondays and Thursdays at 08:00 and arrive at McCarran International Airport at 16:35.

Flight #31 will depart Las Vegas on Sundays and Wednesdays at 18:25 to arrive in Maui at 21:25.

When Daylight Saving Time begins, the Las Vegas departure and arrival times will be one hour earlier.

Hawaiian will serve the Maui-Las Vegas route with its wide-body Boeing 767-300 aircraft seating up to 264 passengers, resulting in more than 2,000 new air seats per month.

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