Hawaiian Suspends San Diego-Maui Service

Hawaiian Airlines is suspending its nonstop service between San Diego and Kahului, Maui for two months at the beginning of 2007 because of a delay in adding aircraft to its fleet. The carrier thus is suspending its daily nonstop service between San Diego and Kahului from January 9 through March 15, 2007, with service scheduled to resume on March 16. It is accommodating affected travelers by rebooking them on nonstops between San Diego and Honolulu and flights between Honolulu and Kahului, or making other accommodations. The carrier had announced expansion of service during the fourth quarter of 2006 following the addition of four Boeing 767s to its fleet, but has had a delay in getting interior changes completed and certified. This has led to the rescheduling of some transpacific flights during the past several weeks, and also the decision to suspend the San Diego-Kahului nonstop for the short term. Visit [www.hawaiianairlines.com].

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