Hawaiian Airlines plans to serve Boston as its second U.S. East Coast destination, making it the longest-ever scheduled U.S. domestic route. The airline intends to begin five-times-weekly Boston service on April 4. It will use Airbus A330-200s on the 5,095-mi. route between Daniel K. Inouye Honolulu and Boston Logan international airports. Hawaiian began nonstop service to New York John F. Kennedy International Airport in 2012 as its first nonstop service to the East Coast. Hawaiian CEO ...

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