ANA and Hawaiian Airlines said Wednesday they signed an agreement "to establish a commercial partnership" that will see the carriers "explore bilateral cooperation in areas such as codesharing, frequent flyer programs and cargo subject to necessary government approvals." ANA plans to launch Tokyo Haneda–Honolulu flights from Oct. 31 while HA is slated to start HNL–HND service on Nov. 17. ANA President and CEO Shinichiro Ito said, "Hawaii is the ...

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