/ Easy access to Hawaii thanks to Hawaiian Airlines and JetBlue

Expanded Boston codeshare simplifies travel to Hawaii

Supplier: Hawaiin Airlines
Location: United States

Hawaiian Airlines and JetBlue have expanded the codeshare agreement that allows travelers from dozens of cities to easily connect to Hawaiian Islands via Boston’s Logan International Airport (BOS) in April, 2019.

Hawaiian and JetBlue’s guests will continue to enjoy one-stop check-in and baggage transfers to their final destination. Loyal members can earn and redeem points or miles for travel on either carrier.

 

Purchasing Tickets

Boston-area JetBlue customers can purchase tickets on Hawaiian Airlines’ nonstop flight to Honolulu’s Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL) with JetBlue’s ‘B6’ code.

Travelers in cities which cannot connect to Hawaii through JetBlue in New York can purchase codeshare tickets that carry Hawaiian’s ‘HA’ code on their JetBlue flights that connect in Boston, and JetBlue’s ‘B6′ code on Hawaiian Airlines’ new nonstop flight between Logan and Honolulu.

 

Flights Covered by Codeshare Agreement

JetBlue flights connecting to and from Boston that are covered by the codeshare agreement are available at the following airports:

• Atlanta (ATL)
• Baltimore
• Buffalo (BUF)
• Charlotte (CLT)
• Charleston (CHS)
• Chicago (ORD)
• Cleveland, Detroit (DTW)
• Fort Lauderdale (FLL)
• Fort Myers (RSW)
• Jacksonville (JAX)
• Minneapolis (MSP)
• Nashville (BNA)

• New York (LGA and JFK)
• Newark (EWR)
• Orlando (MCO)
• Palm Beach (PBI)
• Philadelphia
• Pittsburgh
• Raleigh-Durham (RDU)
• Savannah (SAV)
• Syracuse (SYR)
• Tampa (TPA)
• Washington, DC (DCA)

Hawaiian Airlines will begin its 5-day/week service to Boston on April 4, 2019. At 5,095 miles, Hawaiian’s BOS-HNL route is the longest regularly scheduled route in the US.

 

Airbus A330

Guests traveling from the East Coast to Hawaii enjoy roomy, superior comfort of the Hawaiian 278-seat Airbus A330 wide-body aircraft. Hawaiian’s spacious first-class cabin features 18 lie-flat leather seats that transform into 180-degree beds at a roomy 20.5 inches wide and 76 inches long.

Aligned in a 2-2-2 configuration and Hawaiian expanded to 68 from 40 the number of Extra Comfort main cabin seats. This offers a generous 36-inch pitch for extra leg room and priority boarding.

Hawaiian’s Executive Chef Lee Anne Wong, owner of Honolulu’s Koko Head Café, collaborates with Hawaii’s top chefs to delight guests with two meals served in each direction.

 

To learn more about Hawaiian Airlines, please visit hawaiianairlines.com