Hawaiian Airlines is adding five weekly roundtrip flights between Maui and California’s Bay Area during the summer travel period, which will boost the Honolulu-based airline’s air seats to the area by 70 percent.
Hawaiian is increasing its flights from Oakland International Airport and Kahului Airport, along with a return flight from Maui to Oakland, to daily service from July 1 to Aug. 21, the airline, a subsidiary of Hawaiian Holdings Inc., said in a statement. Hawaiian currently flies four times a week between Oakland and Maui.
Hawaiian is also adding two flights per week from July 4 through Aug. 19, for a total of five weekly flights between Mineta San Jose International Airport and Kahului.
“Summer is just around the corner and we wanted to give travelers in the East Bay and South Bay even more reason to start dreaming about getting away to our beautiful islands and all there is to enjoy,” Glenn Taniguchi, Hawaiian’s senior vice president of marketing and sales, said in a statement. “We’re adding lots of flights in the heart of summer to make Hawaii more accessible to book a vacation.”