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Hawaiian Airlines starts selling tickets on Haneda route

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Hawaiian Airlines has started selling tickets on its new daily nonstop flights between Tokyo’s Haneda Airport and Honolulu.

Hawaiian’s inaugural flight from Honolulu to Haneda is on Nov 17, with the inaugural departure from Haneda to Honolulu taking place Nov 19.

“We have received a tremendous response to our announcement of new service to Haneda, and we know travelers have been waiting for this moment,” said Glenn Taniguchi, Hawaiian’s senior vice president of marketing and sales.

Flight #458 will depart Haneda daily at 23:59 and arrive at Honolulu International Airport at 12:05 the same day.

Flight #457 will depart Honolulu daily at 18:05 and arrive at Haneda at 22:05 the next day - Tokyo is 19 hours ahead of Honolulu and the flight crosses the International Dateline.

Hawaiian will initially serve the Haneda-Honolulu route using its wide-body, twin-aisle Boeing 767-300ER aircraft seating up to 264 passengers before introducing its new and larger 294-seat Airbus A330-200 aircraft onto the route.

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Id hope thats a non-stop flight with nothing but sea between Tokyo and Hawaii!

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I wish Hawaii learned to treat their tourists with more respect. The worst service and most racism towards white folk I have ever seen in all of my life was there in Waikiki, howlie this and howlie that, not very nice to bite the hand that feeds you, right local broddus?? Hang ten! Aloha!

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@Judderman....there are quite a few islands between Tokyo and Hawaii, the most well-known (especially to Japanese) being Guam.

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That's "haole", actually.

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The immigration officers in Hawaii are so rude with no respect for anyone that comes to Hawaii. They should all go through an education class on learning how to treat people.

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The shop workers in Hawaii are also very rude and they should learn how to treat people better so tourist would feel more welcome to come back to Hawaii.

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I wish Hawaii learned to treat their tourists with more respect.

I know what you mean. I guess it all becomes relative having lived in Japan for so long. I remember living in the U.S. and not thinking too much about the rudeness because it seemed normal to me. Then having come to Japan and experiencing how polite and service-oriented people are, I get a reverse culture shock of rudeness back home. The service at immigration and restaurants are not the same.

The immigration officers in Hawaii are so rude with no respect for anyone that comes to Hawaii.

You think it's bad there, you've never gone through L.A. immigration. They are crass and rude and smell bad.

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