Hawaiian Airlines to resume some flights to U.S. mainland

HONOLULU — Hawaiian Airlines will resume some flights between Honolulu and U.S. mainland cities next month, after halting them because of the coronavirus pandemic.

In a statement released Wednesday, the airline said it will soon offer daily nonstop service between Honolulu and Boston, New York, Las Vegas, Phoenix, San Jose, and Oakland.

It will also increase inter-island flights and service from the mainland to Maui, Kauai and the Big Island.

The airline has been operating on a once-daily schedule of flights to Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.

The new flights will begin in August when the state will allow travelers who have tested negative for COVID-19 to enter Hawaii without having to quarantine for two weeks.

International routes are still suspended.

  1. randy kansas July 3, 2020 3:36 am Reply

    The unemployment rate is highest in these 10 states, according to Department of Labor data released at the end of June:

    Nevada: 25.3 percent
    Hawaii: 22.6 percent
    Michigan: 21.2 percent
    Rhode Island: 16.3 percent
    Massachusetts: 16.3 percent
    California: 16.3 percent
    Delaware: 15.8 percent
    New Jersey: 15.2 percent
    Illinois: 15.2 percent
    Washington: 15.1 percent

  2. DA July 3, 2020 3:01 pm Reply

    It’s going to be bizarre that right as California is put back into lockdown Hawaii opens up to California tourists

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