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Last week, Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-800 from Oakland International Airport and arrived safely into Honolulu, Hawaii, five hours later. The successful test flight, South West inspectors and FAA inspectors aboard, promotes the carrier to announce fees and schedules for their new Hawaii service, which could arrive as early as the week here.
The South West already has a landowner in Honolulu and they all hosted the flight, and they even created to welcome the new bird. Look at the slide show At the top of these posts to see the festive photos!
According to insiders, more testing runs between the mainland and the Hawaiian screening will occur in the coming days, including at least one that will divert a simulation.
The airline told us that Rapid Rewards will only redeem payrolls, sales and guarantees rates after receiving a federal permit to start Hawaii flights. This week's industrial rumors show a possible notice about Hawaii flights on Valentine's Day, this Thursday, February 14.
On Sundays, February 10, fares between the Bay Bay and Honolulu were walking for a $ 326 round trip for mid-week flights in March, so it seems that the "Southeast Effect" is fully operational before.
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Southwest Airlines is hoping that flights will start within weeks when they are being put on sale, which is unusual in the airline business as traditional routes are traditionally announced in advance months to publicize.
See the slide show at the top of this post to see how Hawaii welcomed the first B737 of the South West
South West announced in 2018 that he plans to offer flights from four California cities: Oakland, San Jose, Sacramento and San Diego. In Hawaii, Southwest will serve: Honolulu on Oahu, Kahului on Maui, Lihue on Kauai, and Kona on the Great Island. There will be inter-island flights between those cities in Hawaii.
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