Hawaiian Airlines has announced that they will soon begin flight operation to Boston, making it the longest scheduled domestic US flight.
The Airline will begin its five-day-a-week service on April 4, more than a week before Patriots’ Day on April 15, and timed to offer winter-weary New Englanders a vacation of wonder and fun where they can experience all the best that Hawai’i has to offer: a rainbow of tropical outdoor activities from water sports to hiking for all abilities, some of the world’s best beaches, and the warm Aloha from those who call the islands home.
“There is nowhere on Earth like Hawai’i, and we are bringing our islands closer than ever to Boston with nonstop service,” said Hawaiian Airlines President and CEO Peter Ingram.
“Hawaiian is a unique airline because we have represented Hawai’i for nearly a century while flying people to, from and between the Hawaiian Islands.
Each one of our routes starts or ends in the Aloha State.
We look forward to sharing our warm hospitality with our New England guests whose vacation starts the minute they check in and step onto our plane.”
Boston is the largest U.S. market without nonstop service to Hawai’i with nearly 500 people flying between eastern New England and the islands on any given day. Boston’s world-class educational and medical facilities are among the many attractions drawing Hawai’i travelers to the Bay State.
This new route adds to Hawaiian Airlines’ global network. The market between Boston Logan International (BOS) and Honolulu’s Daniel K. Inouye International (HNL) airports last year generated about $76 million in ticket sales.