United Airlines is making a play for the Hawaii market, increasing service to the state from four of its hub airports.
The carrier announced on Tuesday it would add 11 additional flights to the state, an expansion United said would give it “the most flights between the mainland and the Hawaiian Islands than any other carrier.”
From Denver, United is upgrading three of its Hawaii routes from seasonal to year-round service. With the move,
United says its Colorado hub “becomes a major gateway” to Hawaii. (Click link for a full list of United’s Hawaii schedule updates)United also will increase its Hawaii schedules from its hubs at Chicago O’Hare, Los Angeles and San Francisco.