Hawaiian Airlines’ daily non-stop summer flights between Los Angeles and Kaua‘i will now be offered year-round starting on May 26, the airline announced.
Also beginning on Memorial Day weekend, Hawaiian will resume seasonal service between California and Kaua‘i and the Kona Coast on the Island of Hawai‘i, providing travelers direct access to both islands during the peak summer months.
Hawaiian will turn its seasonal service between Los Angeles International Airport and Līhu‘e Airport into a permanent daily flight due to consistently strong demand from Southern California.
“For the past four years, our summer schedule has been well-received by West Coast travelers seeking convenient service to our Neighbor Islands,” said Peter Ingram, Hawaiian Airlines executive vice president and chief commercial officer. “Guests will continue to enjoy our warm and authentic Hawaiian hospitality and island-inspired meals as they set off for the beautiful island of Kaua‘i or the stunning Kona Coast.”
As part of its summer schedule, Hawai‘i’s largest and longest-serving carrier is bringing back non-stop daily flights between Oakland International Airport and Līhu‘e starting May 27 through September 4.
Non-stop flights between LAX and Kona International Airport will commence on May 28. KOA-LAX flights will be offered on Saturday, Sunday and Monday, while LAX-KOA flights will be available Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, also through Sept. 4.
Flights between Los Angeles and Kona will be served by Hawaiian’s wide-body Airbus A330 aircraft featuring first class, Extra Comfort and economy seats. Guests traveling between Los Angeles or Oakland and Līhu‘e will be aboard the airline’s wide-body Boeing 767 aircraft offering first class and economy seating.