Hawaiian Airlines Accelerates Upgrade to Larger Aircraft for Seattle Routes

hawaiian airlinesHawaiian Airlines has accelerated its plans to increase seat capacity for service between Hawaii and Seattle by two weeks. 

The switch to the 294-seat Airbus 330-200 aircraft with its 30 more seats per flight will now occur on November 26 for Hawaiian Airlines’ Honolulu-Seattle service and December 2 for its Maui-Seattle service. The airline currently operates a 264-seat Boeing 767-300ER aircraft on its Seattle routes.

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Hawaiian Airlines offers daily non-stop service between Honolulu and Seattle and Kahului, Maui and Seattle.

With high-resolution LCD touch-screen monitors in each seatback, the A330’s state-of-the-art entertainment system lets clients choose from a wide range of movies, TV programs, music, and video games, while also offering a USB port for the use of their own personal media players. 

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In addition to the comforts of the A330 aircraft, travelers will enjoy complimentary meals in all cabins and Hawaiian Airlines’ signature inflight hospitality that celebrates the culture, people and Aloha Spirit of the Hawaiian Islands.

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