Hawaiian Airlines Takes Off For New Zealand

Victoria
By Victoria March 19, 2013 14:03

Hawaiian Airlines Takes Off For New Zealand

Hawaiian Airlines has launched non-stop service to Auckland, New Zealand, the latest addition to its expanding International network.
“We have been delighted by the interest in our new service, both here at home and in New Zealand,” said Mark Dunkerley, Hawaiian’s president and CEO. “The deep cultural connections between our islands and the islands of Aotearoa make New Zealand a natural destination for Hawaiian and for our singular brand of authentic Hawaiian hospitality.”
Hawaiian becomes the only US carrier flying into Auckland.
The airline states that Hawaiian’s transpacific and interisland route networks allow convenient connections throughout Hawai’i and in to 11 U.S. gateway destinations.
“Hawai’i is a perfect midpoint destination for the kind of extended vacation that New Zealanders prefer, and we are ideally situated to offer dual-destination holidays and easy connections from Auckland to places like San Francisco, Las Vegas or New York City,” commented Dunkerley. “And that works in reverse as well, making it easier than ever for U.S. residents to enjoy the wonders of New Zealand.”
Hawaiian will operate three flights a week between Honolulu and Auckland using a 294-seat A330-200 aircraft.

Victoria
By Victoria March 19, 2013 14:03
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