Hawaiian Airlines will be adding 31 seasonal international flights from Honolulu to Australia and New Zealand. The airlines will be flying to Brisbane and Sydney in Australia and to Auckland in New Zealand. With this addition the airline will be offering additional 8800 seats from Hawaii to these two countries during this fall.
Hawaiian Airlines at present flying daily between Honolulu and Sydney will be flying 10 weekly flights from September 11 through October 14, 2013. Honolulu-Brisbane flights will increase to five per week from three per week with effect from September 13 through October 14, 2013. Honolulu-Auckland flights will be increased to four from three per week during September 19 through October 11, 2013.
The airlines said that they have decided to increased flights on this sector during the fall season, as they have over the years witnessed immense traffic during these days. Executive vice President, Peter Ingram said, since fall is the season when families are out of school holidays, hence we have decided to add extra flights between these three sectors. And we are sure that it will provide passengers with more flying options to enjoy their holidays.