HONOLULU — United Airlines says it will resume service on 30 international routes in September, and will include more flights to Hawaii.
The Chicago-based airline said in a statement Friday it intends to fly 37% of its schedule in September, as compared to last year. That is a 4% increase over what is planned in August.
It is also adding flights to Hawaii, Mexico and the Caribbean.
The airline says it plans to resume service between the U.S. mainland and Hilo and Kauai, and increase service from the mainland to Honolulu, Kona and Maui.