According to the Hawaiian Tourism Authority (HTA), visitor arrivals to Hawaii soared 3.6 percent to more than 2.1 million people through the end of March, setting new records.
This summer, experts are predicting the busiest travel season yet for Americans. To accommodate the demand, airlines are increasing the number of available seats, including Hawaiian Airlines, which will add nearly 74,000 air seats during a 14 week period.
Beginning May 27, Hawaiian Airlines will offer three weekly flights from Oakland to Kauai and Kona, four weekly flights from Los Angeles to Kona, and increase its regular nonstop service between Los Angeles and Kauai to four-times weekly. From mid-June through September 5, service to Kauai from Oakland and Los Angeles will be offered daily.
Hawaiian Airlines holds a 91.9 percent on-time performance rate, while staying true to their hospitality program. Travelers will enjoy island-style complimentary meals and made-in-Hawaii snacks along with a presentation of the islands’ culture and Aloha Spirit.