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Hawaiian Airlines Returns Service To American Samoa 

Hawaiian Airlines has announced that it will be returning to the U.S. Territory of American Samoa. The carrier looks to provide nonstop service between Honolulu’s Daniel K. Inouye International Airport and Pago Pago-Tafuna International Airport, located in the village of Tafuna on the island of Tutuila in American Samoa.  Returning on Sept. 13, the airline’s service will consist of two flights per month and will extend through December 20. The territory's acting governor, Talauega Eleasalo Ale, says Hawaiian Airlines will…

Hawaiian’s Q2 2021 Results Show Signs of Recovery

Hawaiian Holdings, the parent company of Hawaiian Airlines recently held its Q2 2021 earnings call. The results indicate that although the company has reported a net loss of $6.2 million, it is in a far better position than anticipated largely driven by strong demand from US mainland routes. Nevertheless, the…

Interview: Southern Airways Express Announces New Interline

Pompano Beach, Florida-based Southern Airways Express is one of the largest commuter airlines in the United States and operates over 30 aircraft all over the country, from Nantucket in Massachusetts to the Hawaiian Islands. And many of their destinations include Essential Air Service (EAS) cities. The carrier, which is also…

Hawaiian Airlines Terminates Ohana Regional Subsidiary

Amid Hawaiian Airlines' signs of promise with its newly launched mainland United States services, the airline plans to terminate a less promising portion of its regional intra-island offering. After several years of operations, Hawaiian Airlines' regional subsidiary, 'Ohana, will shutter its operations permanently, after temporarily suspending passenger services in January…

United Airlines Bolsters Hawaiian Network

Chicago-based United Airlines boosted service on four of its routes to Hawaii over the summer, The Points Guy reports. The updates, which last through October, are an indication of United’s confidence on an imminent travel recovery within the U.S. United will start flights between Newark and Maui as well as…

United Airlines Expands Hawaii Options With Three New Routes

United Airlines has announced new flights from the United States mainland to the Hawaiian Islands. The airline will add three new routes, including two completely new routes that have not been previously operated by another airline. The additional flights to Hawaii continue the industry-wide trend of expanding flight options to…

Hawaiian Airlines Commemorates Special Month For Native Language

In an industry notoriously known for having the ability to challenge uncertainty and competition through business models and calculations, the COVID-19 crisis created a significant amount of doubt, pushing major airlines to use their maximum capabilities. The ongoing dilemma left several major airlines scrambling to modify schedules, suspend routes and…

XpresCheck Partners with Hawaiian Airlines to Offer COVID-19 Tests in…

On Monday, XpresSpa subsidiary XpresCheck announced it has partnered with Hawaiian Airlines to create COVID-19 rapid-testing centers in select airports with nonstop flights to Hawaii. According to GlobeNewswire, the company will operate at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport, Boston Logan International Airport and Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport…

Hawaiian Airlines Expands Continental U.S. Presence In 2021

Following a $97 million loss during the third quarter and the announcement of Boeing 787 delivery deferrals until 2022, Hawaiian Airlines is expanding its continental U.S. network for 2021 as travel begins to rebound. The Honolulu-based airline will fly to three more U.S. mainland destinations next year including Austin; Ontario,…

Hawaiian Suspends Inter-Island Passenger and Cargo Flights to Molokai, Lanai

Hawaiian Airlines is indefinitely suspending inter-island services from Honolulu to Moloka‘i, Hawaii and Lāna‘i, Hawaii. The services are operated by its fully-integrated subsidiary carrier, 'Ohana by Hawaiian. The suspension, which starts Nov. 1, includes not only passenger services but also cargo-only services within the Hawaiian Islands. Due to low demand…