Hawaii Airlines has announced that it will resume its services to New Zealand with three weekly flights from July 2. The company will resume its operations after two years due to health restrictions due to the COVID-19 epidemic.
“Our return in July is just in time because New Zealanders who want to escape the winter can now make the much-needed tropical voyage to the Hawaiian Islands or head to the United States,” said Andrew Stanbury, regional director for Australia and New Zealand. On Hawaii Airlines.
“The resumption of our service to New Zealand completes the resumption of our service to Sydney in December and the reopening of our market to Oceania, an integral part of our company’s post-epidemic recovery,” Stanbury added.
Air travel agenda
- Honolulu-Auckland Flight HA445 HNL 14:25 – AKL 21: 45 + 1 Monday, Wednesday and Saturday.
- Auckland-Honolulu Flight HA446 AKL 23:55 – HNL 10:50 Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.
Flight schedules allow travelers to connect to four destinations in the Hawaiian Islands and access a comprehensive national network within the United States.
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The aircraft will be operated by Airbus A330-200 aircraft configured with 18 premium cabin lie-flat seats, 68 extra comfort seats and 278 seats distributed in 192 main cabin.
Data obtained by Aviacionline from New Zealand Government Statistics (Infoshare), the route between Auckland (AKL) and Honolulu (HNL) in 190 mobilized 190,087 passengers.
Hawaii Airlines route network in the Pacific
The company operates flights to Auckland, Sydney and Tahiti. Hawaii operates 75% of its network compared to pre-epidemic times:
- Five weekly flights to Sydney (SYD).
- Tahiti (PPT) is a weekly flight.
- Auckland (AKL) Three weekly flights.
Hawaii maintains suspension of services to Brisbane (BNE).
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