Hawaiian Airlines has verified its extended-awaited return to New Zealand with the resumption of a few-times-weekly nonstop Auckland to Honolulu flights from 4 July, ending a a lot more than two-calendar year-extended suspension thanks to pandemic-associated journey restrictions.
The carrier’s Regional Director for Australia and New Zealand, Andrew Stanbury, stated the airline will keep on to operate the route with its 278-seat, roomy vast-body Airbus A330 aircraft showcasing 18 Top quality Cabin lie-flat leather seats, 68 of its well-liked Excess Consolation seats and 192 Key Cabin seats.
“Hawaiian has proudly served New Zealand because March 2013 and the comeback of our Auckland gateway, soon after restarting Sydney assistance in December, completes the reopening of our Oceania market – an integral piece of our company’s post-pandemic restoration,” he explained.
Stanbury claimed attendees onboard Hawaiian’s transpacific flights to Hawaiʻi will also encounter the airline’s new Vacation Pono in-flight movie, encouraging people to encounter Hawai‘i securely and respectfully.
“We simply cannot wait around to welcome our Kiwi visitors back on board and our July return comes just in time for all those seeking to get away this winter season for a much-wanted tropical escape to the Hawaiian Islands and the U.S. mainland,” claimed Hawaiian Airlines Nation Director New Zealand, Russell Williss.
“Kiwi travellers also regain entry to our substantial U.S. domestic network of 16 gateways, which includes new destinations in Austin, Orlando, and Ontario, California, with the choice to enjoy a stopover in the Hawaiian Islands in either direction,” he stated.