2 Dec 2010

Hawaiian Airlines to increase Honolulu-Australia flights in 2011

12:08 pm on 2 December 2010

Hawaiian Airlines will increase next year its nonstop service between Honolulu and Sydney, Australia, with daily flights between April 6 and August 1 to meet customer demand during the peak travel season.

Hawaiian first launched the Sydney flights in 2004, and currently serves the Sydney-Honolulu route with flights four days per week.

Avi Mannis, Hawaiian's vice president of revenue management and schedule planning, says the increase in flights is due to the demand for the service.

Starting August 2, 2011, Hawaiian will begin offering flights five days weekly between Sydney and Honolulu.