Yesterday, Delta Air Lines announced that it is planning to increase the frequency of its Honolulu – Fukuoka and Honolulu – Nagoya routes to daily during the 2018 summer season.
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DL599/598: Honolulu – Fukuoka and Back
Currently, the first of the two routes – connecting the Hawaiian capital with Fukuoka on Kyushu island – operates five times a week. And, the Japan-bound flight departs Honolulu every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
During 2018 summer schedule, between May 23 and September 3 (Fukuoka departure), the route will be operated daily with the following schedule:
- DL599 from Honolulu to Fukuoka: depart at 12:21PM and arrive at 5:10PM the next day
- DL598 from Fukuoka to Honolulu: depart at 6:55PM and arrive at 8:14AM
The aircraft type operating the flight – Boeing 767-300ER – will remain unchanged from the current schedule.
DL611/612: Honolulu – Nagoya Centrair and Back
The second route – between Honolulu and Nagoya – is currently operated five times a week as well, and departs Honolulu every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday.
During 2018 summer schedule, between May 22 and September 2 (Nagoya departure), the route will be operated daily with the following schedule:
- DL611 from Honolulu to Fukuoka: depart at 3:52PM and arrive at 7:50PM the next day
- DL598 from Fukuoka to Honolulu: depart at 9:35PM and arrive at 10:18AM
Just like the Fukuoka route, the Honolulu – Nagoya route is currently operated by 767-300ER aircraft, and the aircraft type will remain the same during the summer schedule.