- Associated Press - Friday, February 18, 2011

HONOLULU (AP) — Alaska Airlines is adding more flights linking northern California and Hawaii.

The Seattle-based airline said Friday it plans to fly from Oakland and San Jose to Kahului, Maui on a daily basis starting June 5. Alaska currently flies between Oakland and Maui four times a week and between San Jose and Maui three times a week.

Alaska plans to use Boeing 737-800 airplanes that seat 16 in first class and 141 in economy on the routes.

The airline plans to discontinue flights between San Jose and Austin, Texas on May 6. It will continue to fly nonstop between Seattle and Austin.

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