Available air seats on nonstop flights to Hawaii from the mainland are expected to decrease slightly during the three-month period ending April 30, slipping less than 1% to more than 1.75 million.

Capacity on nonstop flights to Hawaii from the destination’s largest source market, U.S. states west of the Rockies, will likely decline less than 1% year over year, according to the Hawaii Tourism Authority’s most recent Air Seat Outlook.

Available seats on nonstop flights from the U.S. East will likely drop 1.9%.

However, overall seats to the Aloha State are expected to increase 2.4% through the end of April, bolstered by an 8.4% increase in capacity from international markets.
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