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Hawaiian Airlines Suspends Beijing Service This Week

October 9, 2018, 7:38 AM HST
* Updated October 10, 10:07 AM
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Hawaiian Airlines launched inaugural service between Honolulu and Beijing, the airlines first destination in mainland China in April of 2014. Courtesy file photo: PRNewsFoto/Hawaiian Airlines.

Hawaiian Airlines suspends its thrice-weekly nonstop service this week between Honolulu’s Daniel K Inouye International Airport and Beijing Capital International Airport.

The airline, which started the service in April 2014, will re-deploy its 278-seat Airbus A330-200 aircraft elsewhere in its network, as Hawaiian Airlines pursues other opportunities consistent with expansion plans.

The suspension of service comes upon the completion of the National Day Golden Week holiday, to minimize disruptions to guests. The last outgoing flight on the route departs from Honolulu tonight and the last incoming flight will arrive in Hawaiʻi on October 11th.

Because Hawaiian intends to return to China, the airline will maintain a sales partnership with BEALL, its general sales agent in China, and maintain its China representative office.

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