Hawaiian Airlines has released that it will resume its five-times-weekly service between Australia’s Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport (SYD) and Honolulu’s Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL), beginning December 13. Hawaiian Airlines, which suspended the route in March 2020 due to travel restrictions imposed at the onset of the pandemic, will welcome Australians back to the islands in time for the holidays.
“We are thrilled to reconnect Hawaiʻ i and Australia and have been encouraged by the public’s response to Australia’s national vaccination programme, enabling the reopening of borders,” said Andrew Stanbury, regional director for Australia and New Zealand at Hawaiian Airlines.
In addition to convenient nonstop flights to Hawaii, Australian travellers flying on Hawaiian Airlines also regain access to the carrier’s extensive U.S. domestic network, allowing them to seamlessly continue their travels to 16 US mainland gateways – including new destinations in Austin, Orlando and Ontario, California – with the option to enjoy a stop-over in the Hawaiian Islands.
Hawaiian will continue to operate the SYD-HNL route with its 278-seat, spacious wide-body Airbus A330 aircraft.Email Post to a Friend