Hawaiian Airlines Goes Global: Why It Matters – The Motley Fool


A Hawaiian Airlines 767 visits Cleveland on a football charter during the 2007 season. Photo: Bernie Conaway – OPShots Contributor //

Last week, Hawaiian Holdings (NASDAQ: HA ) subsidiary Hawaiian Airlines added yet another new international route from its Honolulu hub: Auckland, New Zealand. Auckland is the seventh new international destination Hawaiian has added in the last two-and-a-half years, following Tokyo, Osaka, Fukuoka, and Sapporo (all in Japan), Seoul, South Korea, and Brisbane, Australia. Hawaiian will also begin service from Honolulu to Sendai, Japan, in June (as part of a triangle route with Sapporo), and plans to begin service to Taipei, Taiwan, in July.

via Hawaiian Airlines Goes Global: Why It Matters (HA).

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Chuck Slusarczyk Jr.

I started OPShots in June 2006 as a place to share and display aviation photos without the often restrictive policies of other aviation websites. I want to share my love of aviation with fellow aviation geeks and provide a spotlight on Cleveland Hopkins International airport in the process.

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