Available air seats on nonstop flights to Hawaii from the U.S. mainland are expected to drop 4.4% during the three-month period ending Jan. 31.
According to the Hawaii Tourism Authority’s most recent Air Seat Outlook, capacity on nonstop flights to Hawaii from U.S. states west of the Rockies will likely slip 3.9% year over year.
Available seats on flights to the Islands from the U.S. East (east of the Rockies) are forecast to sink 9% through the end of January.
The largest losses in domestic lift are expected to come from Washington, off 66%, and San Jose, Calif., down 28.5%.
International seats to Hawaii are, however, likely to increase 5.2% overall through the end of January, bolstered by a 5.7% boost from Canada, 4.1% growth from Japan and a 24.7% surge from Oceania.