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Hawaiian expands Brisbane schedule

written by Robert Nutbrown | December 9, 2013
The Honolulu-Brisbane route is operated by the Boeing 767-300ER.
The Honolulu-Brisbane route is operated by the Boeing 767-300ER.

Hawaiian Airlines has announced that it will be adding a fourth flight to its weekly service schedule between Honolulu and Brisbane from March 31.

“We recently celebrated one year as the only US carrier to offer non-stop service to Brisbane and the response we’ve received since then has exceeded our expectations,” said Peter Ingram, Hawaiian Airlines’ executive vice-president and chief commercial officer.

The airline also plans to adjust the days on which it operates on the Brisbane route from April 14. Hawaiian anticipates that the expansion will add more than 20,000 seats to the Australia-Honolulu market in 2014.

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