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Hawaiian Airlines Adding More Kahului to Los Angeles Flights to Meet Holiday Demand

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Hawaiian Airlines / LAX. File graphic by Wendy Osher.

Hawaiian Airlines today announced it is offering additional nonstop flights between the islands and the US West Coast for the holidays.

To meet anticipated holiday demand, the carrier is expanding once-daily service between Honolulu and Seattle and San Francisco, as well as between Kahului, Maui and Los Angeles, with the following additional flights:

Hawaiian Airlines Increases California, Seattle Service Ahead of Holidays.

“We are looking forward to welcoming our guests with our warm hospitality as they spend this holiday season safely enjoying the islands or visiting with friends and loved ones on the mainland,” said Brent Overbeek, senior vice president of network planning and revenue management at Hawaiian Airlines.
Guests traveling between HNL and SEA will travel on Hawaiian’s wide-body Airbus A330 aircraft, which features 18 lie-flat leather seats in First Class, arranged in a 2-2-2 configuration. Hawaiian also offers 68 Extra Comfort premium seats with more legroom and enhanced amenities, in addition to 192 Main Cabin seats.


The carrier will use its fuel-efficient narrow-body Airbus A321neo to operate the additional flights between LAX and OGG and HNL and SFO. The aircraft features 16 leather recliners in First Class, 44 Extra Comfort premium seats and 129 Main Cabin seats.
All guests traveling to the Hawaiian Islands must comply with the state of Hawaiʻi’s Safe Travels program requirements. For complete flight schedules, visit


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