HONOLULU -- Aloha Airlines will reduce its interisland flight
schedule by about 20% beginning Dec. 2.
Changes include a decrease in Maui-Honolulu service from 23
daily flights to 16.
Hawaiian Airlines, meanwhile, said it would wait until January
-- after the holiday rush -- to implement flight cuts.
Aloha and Hawaiian are operating under a federal antitrust
exemption which allows them to work together on seat capacity of
interisland routes to reduce expenses.