Hawaiian Airlines Adding Two New Cities to Network

Hawaiian Airlines will be adding two new cities to its growing network of destinations. Sapporo will be the fourth Japan destination Hawaiian Airlines has added service to, following Tokyo, Osaka and Fukuoka.

Service between Honolulu International Airport and New Chitose Airport on the island of Hokkaido begins on October 30 Flights will be offered three times per week.

The airlines will be the only carrier providing nonstop service on this route. Flights between Brisbane, Australia, and Honolulu, will start November 27 and will run three times a week.

Hawaiian Airlines will be the only U.S. carrier flying to Brisban,  increasing the airlines schedule to 10 weekly flights between Honolulu and Australia, with daily service already operating from Australia’s largest city, Sydney.

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