kunta67
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New Hawaii Service

Mon Jul 19, 2004 11:56 pm

For Immediate Release
NORTHWEST AIRLINES TO EXPAND SERVICE TO HAWAII
New daily flight from Portland, Ore., to Honolulu begins Dec. 15;
service between San Francisco and Honolulu resumes Dec. 15
MINNEAPOLIS – (July 1, 2004) – Northwest Airlines today announced that it will expand service to Hawaii with a new daily non-stop flight between Portland, Ore., and Honolulu, effective Dec. 15. In addition, service between San Francisco and Honolulu resumes the same day with one daily flight.
“Northwest Airlines is excited to expand its presence in Hawaii in time for the holiday season,” said Tom Bach, vice president of market planning and Airlink. “The new flight from Portland builds on our continued commitment to the Pacific Northwest. We are also pleased to resume service between San Francisco and Honolulu, a route last served in April 2001, due to stronger demand and availability of our new 757-300, an aircraft perfectly suited for the route. We will now serve Hawaii from four major West Coast cities as we continue to prudently build our network.” “These flights will complement our existing non-stop service between both Portland and San Francisco and Tokyo, and destinations throughout our Asia/Pacific network, by enabling customers to stop in Hawaii on their return for some rest and relaxation using
our current non-stop flights between Tokyo and Osaka and Honolulu,” added Fay Beauchine, vice president of sales and customer relations. Both flights will be operated with Boeing 757-300 aircraft seating 224 passengers, including 24 in first class. With these new flights, Northwest will offer service to Honolulu from six U.S. cities: Detroit (seasonal), Los Angeles, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Seattle, Portland and San Francisco. In addition, Northwest offers two daily flights between Honolulu and Northwest’s hub at Tokyo-Narita and one daily flight from Honolulu to Osaka, Japan on a seasonal basis. Customers also can earn Northwest WorldPerks miles on inter-island and South Pacific
flights on Northwest’s alliance partner, Hawaiian Airlines. The new flights will be open for sale on July 3 at www.nwa.com, through Northwest Airlines Reservations at 1-800-225-2525 or travel agencies. As a special introductory offer, NWA WorldVacations is offering $100 off any vacation package of $899 or more originating from Portland, San Francisco, or Los Angeles, booked July 5-Aug. 9, for travel anytime after Dec. 15, 2004. NWA WorldVacations offers travelers a choice of more than 90 hotels and resorts throughout the Hawaiian
islands and provides a variety of sightseeing tours and attractions. To take advantage of this offer, visit NWA WorldVacations online at www.nwaworldvacations.com, call 1-800-800-1504, or visit a travel agent.

Portland-Honolulu service (effective Dec. 15)
Flight number: Departs: Arrives: Aircraft:
NW 83 8:35 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 757-300
Honolulu-Portland service (effective Dec. 15)
Flight number: Departs: Arrives: Aircraft:
NW 82 10:45 p.m. 6:12 a.m. 757-300
San Francisco-Honolulu service (effective Dec. 15)
Flight number: Departs: Arrives: Aircraft:
NW 85 3:30 p.m. 6:56 p.m. 757-300
Honolulu-San Francisco service (effective Dec. 15)
Flight number: Departs: Arrives: Aircraft:
NW 84 1:50 p.m. 8:50 p.m. 757-300

Northwest Airlines is the world’s fifth largest airline with hubs at Detroit, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Memphis, Tokyo and Amsterdam, and approximately 1,500 daily departures. Northwest and its travel partners serve nearly 750 cities in almost 120 countries on six continents. In 2003, consumers from throughout the world recognized Northwest's efforts to make travel easier. Northwest’s WorldPerks program was named the most popular North American frequent flyer program by readers of TIME Asia in the 2003 TIME Readers' Travel Choice Awards. A 2003 J.D. Power and Associates study of
airports ranked Minneapolis/St. Paul and Detroit, home to Northwest's two largest hubs, in second and fourth place among large domestic airports in overall customer satisfaction.
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For more information pertaining to Northwest, media inquiries can be directed to Northwest Media Relations at (612) 726-2331 or to Northwest’s Web site at
www.nwa.com.
 
scottysair
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RE: New Hawaii Service

Tue Jul 20, 2004 12:13 am

This is old news from last month and it is already discussions into the forum while ago.
 
je89_w
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RE: New Hawaii Service

Tue Jul 20, 2004 5:52 am

Seems like I missed the last discussion . . . thanks for the info. Will be looking out for more B753s in HNL!

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