Hawaiian Airlines will launch flights between Honolulu and Boston on April 4. 

The service will be the only one connecting Beantown with Hawaii nonstop. Hawaiian Airlines said Boston is currently the largest U.S. market without nonstop service to Hawaii. 

The carriers will operate the flights on a three-class Airbus A330 equipped with 18-lie flat leather seats in the first-class cabin. The main cabin will feature 68 Extra Comfort seats with 36 inches between rows and 192 standard seats offering 31 inches between rows, according to the website SeatGuru.

At 5,095 miles, Honolulu-Boston will be the longest regularly scheduled U.S. domestic route, Hawaiian said. 

 

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