United Airlines is set to expand its flights services between Hawaiian Islands and the mainland. The airline’s increased services will offer customers opportunity to efficiently connect to 11 routes between continental U.S. and Hawaii. The airline promises to conduct more services to these destinations than any other carrier.
Media reports said that United Airlines will be increasing the number of flights to Hawaii from its key hubs in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Denver and Chicago effective from December 20, 2017. Moreover, the airline has said it will continue to conduct daily nonstop flights to Honolulu from its seven domestic hubs in Washington D.C., San Francisco, Newark Liberty, Los Angeles, Houston, Denver and Chicago, in addition to Tokyo and Guam.
United Airlines is currently operating seasonal flights on Kona-Denver and Maui-Lihue routes. The seasonal service on these routes will now become once daily, and will be operated year-round starting from December 20 this year. The airline has also indicated that the daily flights between Honolulu and Denver will continue to operate year-round as usual.
United Airlines, which is currently operating the only nonstop flights between Hawaii and Chicago, said that it will be increasing the flights to Maui to five times every week starting December 20. The airline is also presently connecting more Hawaiian destinations from Los Angeles than any other airline. The airline said that it is set to expand its services from Los Angeles and will start conducting flights to several Hawaiian cities, including Lihue, Maui, Kona and Hilo, effective December 20. It may be noted that United Airlines is the only U.S. carrier to operate nonstop flights from Los Angeles to Hilo.
United Airlines is operating five-time daily nonstop flights from San Francisco to Honolulu. The airline has now announced it will be expanding its services to other Hawaiian destinations, in addition to Honolulu. The airline will start conducting flights from San Francisco to Maui, Lihue and Kona as well starting from December 20.