Hawaiian Airlines is suspending its route from Honolulu to Beijing, which is its only Chinese service, although the carrier said it intends to return to the China market in the future. The airline said it will cancel the 3X-weekly flights after the Chinese Golden Week holiday period in October. The last flight from Honolulu will depart Oct. 9, and the last return from Beijing will depart Oct. 12. Hawaiian CEO Peter Ingram said the Airbus A330 used on the Beijing route will be redeployed ...

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