Aircraft certification postpones Allegiant service to Hawaii

11/19/2010 | News Tribune (Tacoma, Wash.), The

Allegiant Airlines says planned routes to Hawaii will be delayed by about a year while it awaits FAA certification for over-water flights with newly acquired Boeing 757s. The 200-passenger jets will be used on other routes starting in the summer of 2011, but flights to Hawaii are not expected to begin until mid-2012, according to CEO Maurice Gallagher.

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