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20:16  01 march  2019
20:16  01 march  2019 Source:   travelpulse.com

Southwest Airlines Hopeful to Begin Service to Hawaii in Early 2019

Southwest Airlines Hopeful to Begin Service to Hawaii in Early 2019 Southwest's first flights to Hawaii will depart from Oakland, Sacramento, San Diego, and San Jose . The flights will serve Honolulu, Kahului, Lihue, and Kona. Hilo has also been mentioned, but not confirmed. © Southwest Airlines PHOTO: Southwest Boeing 737-300. (photo courtesy of Southwest Airlines) Regardless of when Southwest begins its service, it is expected to have a large impact on the status quo.

© Southwest Airlines PHOTO: Southwest Boeing 737-300. (photo courtesy of Southwest Airlines ) Regardless of when Southwest begins its service, it Efforts by Southwest Airlines Co. to begin flights to Hawaii have fallen victim to the government When compared to Hawaiian Airlines , a

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Southwest Airlines Begins Promoting Hawaii Flights on Website© Southwest Airlines Southwest Boeing 737 MAX 8 cabin

Just days after receiving permission to fly to the Hawaiian Islands, Southwest Airlines has already started promoting Hawaii service from California on its website.

According to the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, the approval from the Federal Aviation Administration Wednesday was followed by Southwest officials saying the carrier would publish its schedule in the “coming days.”

While specific routes are not yet available for purchase, the airline revealed it plans to offer nonstop service to Hawaii from key California hubs, including Oakland, San Diego, San Jose and Sacramento.

Shutdown Stalls Southwest Airlines Plan to Begin Hawaii Service

Shutdown Stalls Southwest Airlines Plan to Begin Hawaii Service Efforts by Southwest Airlines Co. to begin flights to Hawaii have fallen victim to the government shutdown. The carrier has done all it can to secure certification to begin service but can’t move forward without approval from the Federal Aviation Administration for extended flights over water, or ETOPS, the Dallas-based airline said in a statement Monday. Southwest set no new timeline for selling tickets or beginning Hawaii flights. “The groups within the FAA that oversee ETOPS authorizations are furloughed, and our next steps require their direct participation and oversight,” the carrier said.

Southwest Airlines Hopeful to Begin Service to Hawaii in Early 2019. Southwest 's first flights to Hawaii will depart from Oakland Just days after receiving permission to fly to the Hawaiian Islands, Southwest Airlines has already started promoting Hawaii service from California on its website .

Efforts by Southwest Airlines Co. to begin flights to Hawaii have fallen victim to the government When compared to Hawaiian Airlines , a one-way connecting flight on the same route on the same Southwest Airlines Begins Promoting Hawaii Flights on Website . The tickets are not on sale yet

As for the likely destinations in Hawaii, Southwest officials said the carrier would serve Honolulu, Kahului, Kona and Lihue, in addition to providing interisland service.

In January, Southwest CEO Gary Kelly said the airline would begin operating flights about a month after it received the necessary government approval and launched ticket sales.

Earlier this month, the airline completed its first-ever touchdown on the Hawaiian Islands as part of the authorization process with the FAA. Southwest flew a Boeing 737-800 to Daniel K. Inouye International Airport.

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