As the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Hawaii continue to climb, Hawaiian Airlines announced it would reduce its flight schedule by nearly 40 percent in April.
Hawaiian revealed its updated flight schedule grid Wednesday with the latest status on affected routes, which was heavily influenced by the latest government restrictions and a drop in demand.
To help support the travel needs of customers and minimize disruptions, the airline is also offering waivers to provide travelers flexibility when booking and changing flights. In addition, the carrier has enhanced cleaning measures to keep employees and guests safe.
Impacted flights to North America include suspending service for April between Kahului, Maui and Las Vegas; dropping the second daily nonstop flight between Honolulu and Seattle and San Francisco; and reducing some service between islands until demand increases.
As for international travel, Hawaiian is suspending service to Tahiti due to new arrival restrictions by the French Polynesian government and reducing the number of flights between Honolulu and Japan…