Hawaiian boosts Brisbane-Honolulu capacity

written by australianaviation.com.au | October 25, 2012
Hawaiian is increasing services to Brisbane. (Seth Jaworski)

Before it has even started services between Honolulu and Brisbane, Hawaiian Airlines is adding capacity between the two cities in response to demand for services between March and May 2013.

The airline, which starts flights to Brisbane on November 28, will add 18 flights – or 4,700 seats – to the existing schedule of three flights a week.

Hawaiian Airlines said the additional flights were part of a seasonal shift of aircraft capacity to maximise service to markets where demand is greatest.  The schedule changes also coincide with the delivery of additional Airbus A330 aircraft into the Hawaiian Airlines fleet, releasing existing Boeing 767 aircraft to fly more sectors, such as the new Brisbane flights, during this period.

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