Despite the growing number of cases across the US, Hawaii is pushing ahead with its reopening plans. And, as a result, Hawaiian Airlines is to resume most domestic routes soon.
Last week, both American Airlines and United Airlines announced that they’d be ending social distancing measures onboard their flights. So, what does US airlines social distancing measures look like right now?
No, my best flight ever wasn’t some aspirational flight in a first class suite. It was actually a last-minute, red-eye flight in the very back of a Boeing 737 traveling from Honolulu to Portland with Alaska Airlines.
Amidst the major reduction in air travel caused by the novel coronavirus, the Mad Dog ends its US commercial service with one final, toned-down celebratory flight with Delta Air Lines.
A little over a year ago, Hawaii celebrated the arrival of Southwest Airlines and the new competition they brought. But, now, we’re losing some competition as two Hawaii-based airlines agree to merge.
The other day, Governor David Ige announced the ending of inter-island travel quarantines. That same day we got a look at what travel will look like as Hawaiian Air demonstrates its new safety measures.