Hawaiian to start Incheon service next year

Hawaiian Airlines is launching a four times weekly service to South Korea using Boeing 767-300ER aircraft from January 2011, as part of its ambitious expansion into Asia as it continues its evolution from an inter-island and West Coast carrier to a more significant international player. Hawaiian president and CEO Mark Dunkerley said Incheon will a […]


Boeing 767-300ER Hawaiian Airlines Incheon South Korea


Hawaiian Airlines is launching a four times weekly service to South Korea using Boeing 767-300ER aircraft from January 2011, as part of its ambitious expansion into Asia as it continues its evolution from an inter-island and West Coast carrier to a more significant international player. Hawaiian president and CEO Mark Dunkerley said Incheon will a key hub for Hawaiian because of its accessibility and proximity to other countries in the region including China.