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Hawaiian now four times weekly to Brisbane

written by australianaviation.com.au | March 31, 2014
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 launched a fourth weekly service to Brisbane from Honolulu.

The fourth service, which commences on March 31, will  depart Honolulu on Monday mornings and arrive in Brisbane on Tuesday afternoons, before returning to Honolulu later that morning for a same day arrival, and will add 20,000 new seats on to the route.

The new service will also see the existing services adjusted from April 14, with Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday departures from Honolulu, and Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday departures from Brisbane.

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Hawaiian is the only US carrier to operate flights to Brisbane.

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Hawaiian now four times weekly to Brisbane Comment

  • Glad to hear the B767-33A(ER)(WL) will continue to operate the HL443/4 service. They look beautiful in the afternoon / duck sunlight out at YBBN.

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