Hawaiian Airlines is expanding its reach into the San Francisco Bay Area with new year-round service from Mineta San Jose International Airport and seasonal service from Oakland International Airport. The airline will resume daily San Jose-Honolulu service on May 16, after suspending the flights in January. The new service will be operated with Airbus A330s, an upgauge from the Boeing 767s Hawaiian previously used on the route, says spokesman Huy Vo. The A330 that will be used for the route ...
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