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Delta to Fly 21 Charter Flights to Honolulu from 10 Regional Airports

Delta to Fly 21 Charter Flights to Honolulu from 10 Regional Airports

Delta's Airbus A330-300

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On November 10, U.S. carrier Delta Air Lines, Inc. (DL) announced charter routes to Honolulu from ten regional airports in Japan from this month through January 2012.

Delta will fly a total of 21 charter flights from the following airports: Iwate Hanamaki, Fukuoka, Sendai, Yamaguchi Ube, Chubu, Hiroshima, Kansai, Kumamoto, Komatsu and New Chitose. The aircraft will be Airbus A330-300s, which have seating for 298 passengers (34 BusinessElite, 32 Economy Comfort, 232 Economy).

Jeff Bernier, Delta's Managing Director of Pacific Sales and Affairs and the president of its branch in Japan, commented that the charter flights by Delta Air Lines, which operates the most flights in and out of Japan among American carriers, will support the continued importance the company places on Japan. Delta is already selling some seats on the flights in package tours through regional travel agencies.

Delta presently operates regular direct flights to Honolulu from Narita, Kansai and Chubu, and will also do so from Fukuoka starting December 28.

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