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Posted on 15 December 2009

Things are looking up for Hawaii’s beleaguered visitor industry, with Continental Airlines becoming the latest carrier to announce plans to expand nonstop service between the Mainland and Hawaii next year. Continental said it will launch four-day-a-week service between Orange County and Maui on March   7. In addition, the airline said it will increase the frequency of its previously announced flights between Orange County and Honolulu to daily service from four times a week. That service also is set to begin March 7.  The news comes on the heels of Delta Air Lines’ announcement last week that it will begin nonstop flights to Honolulu from Detroit and San Diego in June.  And Alaska Airlines last month announced that in March it would launch nonstop service to Maui and Kona from San Jose, Calif., as well as nonstop flights to Maui from Sacramento.


Hawaiian Airlines will begin daily nonstop service from Oakland and San Diego to Maui in June and will add another daily flight from Los Angeles to Honolulu in June.

Source: Honolulu Advertiser

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