Glad to see this, makes a lot of sense for HA and I think it'll push AA into being a little more consistent with their frequency offerings.
Yes, great news, I've expected HA to do this for a long time now what with having the 321neo's, this is exactly the type of scenario they got them for, along with boosting freqs. on existing routes using baby-steps vs. throwing in too much new capacity with a 332.
But...to your point, how do you think this will push AA into being a little more consistent with their frequency offerings? What in
consistency do you see?
Call me crazy, but even with a nonstop, if I'm going to OGG, which I plan to for my next trip to Hawaii (whenever that may be given COVID), I will still connect via HNL as I want to get as much bang for my mileage-bucks and get the lie-flat seats and everything else that goes along with being on the 332 vs. a 321neo. Especially since they charge the same amount of miles no matter which type/cabin you book! (You'd think they'd break it down into two levels, but they haven't)