Upcoming deliveries of Airbus A330-200 aircraft will allow Hawaiian Airlines to take the unusual step of upgauging its proposed Auckland route five months before its launch. The carrier says bookings for the flights have been so strong that it will put A330s on the route when it debuts in March, versus the smaller Boeing 767-300ERs that it planned to use when the Honolulu-Auckland flight was announced in July. This is believed to be the first time that Hawaiian has launched new ...
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