Jetstar gets go-ahead for Hawaii

August 2006
Travel Weekly Australia;8/25/2006, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports on the U.S. Department of Transportation granting Jetstar International Airlines permission for five weekly long-haul services to Hawaii. Such permission was given and is subjected to full regulatory approval after it had proposed to operate three weekly Sydney-Honolulu services and two weekly Melbourne-Honolulu services. According to its chief executive Alan Joyce, the company is ready to accept future flight reservations.


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