26 October 2011

Hawaiian Upgrades SFO Service To A330

Beginning November 6th, Hawaiian Airlines announced that their lone SFO service, HAL11/12, will be upgraded to one of their A330-243s. This fleet upgrade will add 30 extra seats each way.

Hawaiian Airlines' press release.


konakid said...

They also announced that the flights from SJC and OAK will also be on 332's

Blue Wave 707 said...

The announcement did mention the OGG service, but
SJC and OAK service from OGG will use 767-300ERs. These 763s will come from the termination of the PDX-OGG flight, and the 763s from the SFO-HNL flights.

There are not enough A330-200s in the fleet right now. Most, if not all, A330 ops will base out of HNL.