|Quoting KL911 (Reply 4):|
hmmm, both flight are TPE-HNL? How about the return flights?
|Quoting Bluewave 707 (Reply 7):|
That's great news to hear! BR used 762s on their 1st venture to HNL
|Quoting Ha763 (Reply 8):|
I'm also wondering about the pax demand for the route. CI only has 2 weekly non-stop flights TPE-HNL using the A343.
|Quoting 727EMflyer (Reply 11):|
Does EVA fly to mainland China from Taiwan?
|Quoting Carpethead (Reply 9):|
Indeed, CI can pick-up pax on the NRT-HNL run. CI has 5th freedom on five weekly frequencies to the US from Japan. Before the advent of 744s & MD-11s (which later they disposed of), had to route Taiwan-US through Japan because of aircraft range issues.
|Quoting Clickhappy (Reply 1):|
nice to see a A332 going to HNL. Who else flys the A330 into Hawaii?
|Quoting Iowa744fan (Reply 14):|
What is the current aircraft used by AC on the YVR-SYD run? I remember seeing an A330 of AC out there last Nov. when I was in HNL. I thought that I read on other posts that this is now the 340 and it only stops in HNL going southbound...not sure though.
|Quoting Carfield (Reply 18):|
But I have to say BR's schedule makes more sense especially compared to CI's 8am departure for its nonstop flight back to TPE. A noon departure time is more suitable.
I think Airbus A330-200 will make a better chance to make it especially with improved cargo capacity. I wish BR best of luck... I only wish that AA can codeshare with BR.
|Quoting N77014 (Reply 21):|
Why would CO?