Hawaiian Airlines is continuing to boost services at its secondary hub in Maui by opening new routes to the U.S. mainland with Airbus A321neos. The carrier will launch 4X-weekly flights between Maui and Las Vegas Dec. 15, which will become Hawaiian’s ninth route from Maui to the U.S. mainland, an airline spokesman said. Maui is the airline’s second-busiest Hawaii hub, behind Honolulu. Three Maui routes use A330s and the remainder use A321neos. Hawaiian currently operates ...

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