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Hawaiian Airlines Plans New York Flights

After expansion in Japan and Korea in the last year, Hawaiian Airlines is now the focus of its Far East: New York City.

In June, the Honolulu-based airline will make its first touchdown on the East Coast with nonstop flights between Honolulu and John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York, the first direct link between the two. Closer to New Yorkers "option for a direct service to the Aloha State at present is through Newark, New Jersey, Continental Airlines, a unit of United Continental Holdings Inc.

"The New York area has been underserved," said Mark Dunkerley, chief executive of Hawaiian Holdings Inc., the company Hawaiian Airlines' parent.

Mr Dunkerley said New York is the first in a line east of U.S. cities the airline aims to serve in the coming years. "All the great cities of the East Coast are in our list," he said.

Hawaiian Airlines began 82 years ago carrying passengers between the islands of Hawaii in two eight-passenger amphibious aircraft. Now is the 11-country's largest airline by traffic and is expanding.

In recent years, has arrived in Sydney, Manila and Seoul. In April, the airline will begin service to its fourth destination in Japan, where it has Tokyo and Osaka. Japan is the main source of foreign visitors to Hawaii, with 1.2 million arrivals in 2009. "Japan has been an undoubted success for us," said Dunkerley.

The airline focuses on pleasure flight operations center in Honolulu and its surrounding islands connection with his service short-haul jet. Like its peers, Hawaii struggled in the 2000s, but the company rebounded with a healthy profit in 2009 and 2010.

Analysts polled by FactSet predict the plane will lose $ 9 billion this year, beaten by a $ 42,000,000 one-time charge related to the leasing of aircraft, terminals, but is expected to earn $ 63 million in 2012.

Hawaii is the top carrier between Hawaii and the West Coast, where it serves 10 cities. But the absence of the airline on the east coast has left behind United Airlines, also a unit of United Continental, on the mainland and Hawaii traffic.

Mr. Dunkerley acknowledged that Hawaii will announce its new service in a market where the airline is not well known. But he said the company has a "team of people who carry out their shoe leather on the east coast making the presentations, so that people know who we are."

Hawaiian will operate a 294-seat Airbus A330-200 of the nearly 10 hours, 5,000-mile flights, which start on June 4. June trip coach tickets have a $ 212-a play in New York area code and code, first class, $ 808, Hawaii area. Prices will be competitive after the promotion, Mr. Dunkerley said.

Continental is in charge of between $ 680 and $ 1,000 for a ticket on economy class round trip for the route in June, according to airfare websites. Tickets go on sale in Hawaii on Wednesday.


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