Hawaiian Airlines plans to work with another U.S. carrier to provide feed for its new Honolulu-New York service. While nothing definite has been decided, Hawaiian is working on an agreement with an airline that offers East Coast flights from New York John F. Kennedy International Airport, a spokesman tells Aviation Week. However, the carrier is not looking to strike a deal for international connecting services because the timing of the New York-Honolulu flight is incompatible with ...
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