Hawaiian Airlines Launches Daily Flights Between Honolulu and New Yorks JFK

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Hawaiian Airlines has launched daily nonstop flights between Honolulu and New York Citys John F. Kennedy International Airport.

Flight HA 50 departs Honolulu daily at 15:05 and arrives in New York City at 06:55 the following morning.

Passengers from Australia can connect in Honolulu with Hawaiians daily flight HA 452 from Sydney, which is scheduled to arrive at 10:55, enabling travellers to clear US Customs then continue on the afternoon service to New York, one of the most popular US destinations for Australian visitors.

The return service, Hawaiian flight HA 51, departs JFK daily at 10:00 and arrives at Honolulu International Airport at 15:00, enabling passengers to holiday in tropical Hawaii before continuing to Australia.

Hawaiian operates its Honolulu - New York flights with new Airbus A330-200 aircraft, seating 294 passengers - 18 in First Class and 276 in Economy Class.

The wide-body, twin-aisle A330s offer new generation seats with increased legroom and a state-of-the-art, on-demand entertainment system in every seatback, providing a wide variety of movies and other programs, audio channels and video games.

Each system also offers a USB port allowing system connectivity for personal media players, with First Class customers enjoying larger in-seat LCD screens and iPOD compatibility.

Hawaiian Airlines offers daily Airbus A330-200 departures from Sydney to Honolulu. Through a partnership with Virgin Australia, passengers from 18 destinations around Australia can connect with Hawaiians flights from Sydney.

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