Hawaiian Airlines is continuing to boost services at its secondary hub in Maui by opening new routes to the US mainland with Airbus A321neos. The carrier will launch 4X-weekly flights between Maui and Las Vegas (Nevada) Dec. 15, which will become Hawaiian’s ninth route from Maui to the US mainland, an airline spokesman said. Maui is the airline’s second-busiest Hawaii hub, behind Honolulu. Three Maui routes use A330s and the remainder use A321neos. Hawaiian currently operates ...

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