Hawaiian Airlines has announced plans to increase both interisland and transpacific seasonal service to the Big Island of Hawaii this spring and summer, due to increased demand.



The carrier will add a second daily flight from both Oakland and Los Angeles to the Kona Airport, beginning in June and running through August.

Hawaiian will also increase interisland flights between Honolulu and the Kona Airport on the Big Island’s west coast, and add new service from Honolulu to Hilo on the island’s east coast, starting this spring.  

Service between Honolulu and Kona will increase further, from 18 daily flights to 22, beginning in June and running through August.

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