Hawaiian Airlines has finally announced plans to launch its first Chinese route, a move it has often signaled that it wanted to make but was waiting for the right time. Beijing will be the latest international Asia-Pacific destination added by Hawaiian, with three weekly flights beginning on April 16, 2014. The carrier will use Airbus A330-200s, once the service is granted government approvals. Hawaiian previously has said that it intended to open a China route when the time was ...

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