Breaking News: Hawaiian Airlines to Partner With JetBlue

Major news from Hawaiian Airlines and JetBlue today: According to the Associated Press and other sources, the two airlines have formed a partnership that will allow passengers to fly on both carriers' flights on a single ticket.

The deal follows Hawaiian Airlines' announcement of plans to add New York service direct from its home base in Honolulu starting in June. Customers on both airlines will be able to connect with those flights through JetBlue's base at New York's JFK.

In the meantime, passengers can connect through Los Angeles International Airport to Hawaiian Airlines one-stop service from Hawaii to New York.

Stay tuned to for more information about the partnership and what it will mean for Hawaii-bound travelers...


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