13. September 2013 06:42
Hawaiian Airlines has been facing an increase in demand for more flights to Papeete, Tahiti. The airline has decided to comply. It has in fact planned to change the aircraft that serves the route at present. It is set to deploy 294-seater Airbus A330-200 and withdraw the services of 264-seater Boeing 767-300ER to the city.
The carrier is doing so much for the comfort of its passengers and high demand to the city. By changing the plane, it would be adding 30 more passenger seats to its overall weekly service. This change would be implemented beginning November 2, 2013.
Passengers booking Hawaiian Airlines tickets to this destination should also be ready for a schedule change. The carrier has plans to adjust schedule of its weekly flight to Papeete. From November 2, the flight HA 481 will depart Honolulu International Airport at 3:35 pm every Saturday and arrive at Faa’a International Airport at 9:30 pm. The return flight will depart Papeete at 11:30 pm every Saturday and arrive in Honolulu at 5:15 am, early Sunday morning.
The A330 aircraft is equipped with amenities for the customers. These include on-demand entertainment system fitted to every seat, enhanced legroom, and spacious interiors. The LCD monitors are touch screen and the modern entertainment system is sure to augment the experience through the travel. There is an option to choose from an assortment of movies, TV programs, music and video games.
Every customer also has a USB port fitted for usage of personal devices. The passengers would also be able to relish the complimentary meals that present the flavors of the land.