After a thirty-year break, Hawaiian Airlines has resumed flying to the Cook Islands. The revived route between Honolulu and Rarotonga reconnects the Pacific archipelagos “just in time for the U.S. summer season”, the airline said. “We’re so thrilled to begin this service, which greatly expands travel opportunities between the Cook Islands and the 15 continental US cities we serve with convenient one-stop connections in Honolulu,” said Lokesh Amaranayaka, vice president of airport operations. “The Cook Islands and Hawaiʻi have a long-standing connection deeply rooted in shared Polynesian heritage, and this route serves as a gateway to world travellers seeking pristine

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