Forget flying back to Waikiki. Hawaiian Airlines is making it easier for travellers to connect from the Hawaiian islands to mainland USA by launching a new non-stop service from Maui to Las Vegas.
Commencing in time for the Christmas holidays, the new Hawaiian Airlines service will give travellers more choice for travel between Hawaii and mainland USA.
“We’re thrilled to once again offer the convenience of nonstop flights,” said the carrier’s Chief Executive.
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WHEN WILL IT LAUNCH & HOW FREQUENTLY?
Hawaiian Airlines’ new Maui to Las Vegas service will run four times weekly from 15 December 2019.
Flight HA32 will depart Maui at 8.50pm on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday to arrive in Vegas at 4.30am. The return service HA31 will fly 6.30am on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday to arrive in Maui at 11.00am.
The Hawaiian carrier will utilise its Airbus A321neo on the service, which features 16 leather recliners in First Class, 44 Premium Economy seats and 129 Economy seats.
Each seat comes with complimentary meals, in-flight entertainment, USB outlets and overhead storage space.
IS THIS THE ONLY NEW ROUTE FOR HAWAIIAN TO MAINLAND USA?
No, there’s more!
To complement the Las Vegas service, Hawaiian Airlines will also fly three times weekly between Honolulu and Seattle from 7 January, as well as a seasonal winter service from 14 December to 5 January 2020 between Kahului and Los Angeles.
These new flights will also be operated by the new A321neo.
IS MAUI THE ONLY ISLAND I CAN FLY DIRECT TO VEGAS?
Actually, the carrier has been servicing the US city for over 30 years and currently offers three daily non-stop flights from Honolulu to Vegas on the A330.
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