Hawaiian Airlines increasing capacity for Honolulu-to-Brisbane service
Hawaiian Airlines plans to switch to using the larger-capacity Airbus A330-200 aircraft on its flights between Honolulu and Brisbane, Australia, starting Dec. 5. Hawaiian Airlines is increasing capacity on its Honolulu-to-Brisbane service in Australia by trading its current 264-seat Boeing 767-300ER aircraft for a 294-seat Airbus A330-200, the ... (more)
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#1 May 19, 2014
Such a shame. The cramped A330s Hawaiian uses are a step down from 767s. Hawaiian should have just revamped their 767s like United did instead of buying all these A330s.
Flew business in United 767 and Hawaiian. No comparison.
Hawaiian has no spirit of Aloha anymore to set it apart and the a330s are a joke. Pick any other airline.
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