Hawaiian Airlines is renewing its push for permission to fly between Kona and Tokyo’s Haneda Airport, which would be an important step in the carrier’s move to increase long-haul services from Hawaiian airports other than its Honolulu hub. The carrier has filed an application with the Department of Transportation (DOT) for a daily Kona-Haneda flight to begin in June. The opportunity for a scarce Haneda slot pair has been created by DOT’s decision to review Delta’s ...

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