Hawaiian Airlines is adjusting planned service to Tokyo–Haneda from the end of March. The carrier will be cutting some flights temporarily as it navigates reduced demand from the coronavirus outbreak.
Adapting service to coronavirus outbreak
Hawaiian Airlines announced that the carrier is adjusting frequencies between Hawaii and Tokyo-Haneda amid the global coronavirus, or COVID-19 outbreak. The airline has already suspended its flights to Seoul. Like many other carriers, Hawaiian is seeing reduced travel demand– especially to East Asia.