The Competition for Trans-Pacific Air Routes to Hawai'i, 1945-1959

Melendy, H. Brett
November 2003
Hawaiian Journal of History;2003, Vol. 37, p199
Academic Journal
Discusses the impact of the advent of commercial aviation and large airplanes in the 1940s in Hawaii. Competition among commercial airlines to secure trans-Pacific routes from the mainland to Hawaii; Monopoly on inter-island traffic held by Hawaiian Airlines (HAL).


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