Japan Airlines said Tuesday it will enter into a code-sharing deal with Hawaiian Airlines and form a joint venture in the coming months to boost access to one of the most popular overseas destinations for Japanese travelers.
“This year marks the 63rd year since we opened the Hawaii route and our partnership will mark a new start,” Yoshiharu Ueki, representative director and president of JAL, told a news conference in Tokyo.
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