Northwest Putting A330s Into Hawaii Service This Summer

Northwest Airlines says it will begin using Airbus A330 aircraft this summer on its flights between Honolulu and Osaka, as well as between Tokyo and Honolulu, Guam and Saipan. Northwest began taking delivery of A330s in August 2003 and has 26 in service; it anticipates receiving another six by the end of the year. In related news, Northwest, subject to governmental approval, will up its daily nonstops between Honolulu and Tokyo from two to three during July and August. Visit [www.nwa.com].

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