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Delta will offer three new routes to Hawaii next winter


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The current winter season may still have over a month left to run but Delta is already getting ready for winter 2022/23 by planning a number of new routes to Hawaii. Both Oahu and Maui will be seeing new services from Delta with the new routes originating in Atlanta, Detroit, and New York.

Delta’s new winter 2022/23 Hawaii routes

Atlanta – Maui

From 19 November 2022, Delta will offer a new seasonal daily service between Atlanta and Maui on the following schedule:

DL535 ATL 11:00 – 16:00 OGG
DL726 OGG 17:25 – 06:40+1 day ATL

This route will complement Delta’s existing winter season services to Maui from Los Angeles (2 daily flights) and Seattle (6 weekly flights)

Detroit – Honolulu

From 19 November 2022, Delta will offer a new seasonal daily service between Detroit and Honolulu on the following schedule:

DL797 DTW 12:15 – 16:00 HNL
DL969 HNL 17:00 – 06:30+1 day DTW

New York JFK – Honolulu

From 17 December 2022, Delta will offer a new seasonal daily service between New York JFK and Honolulu on the following schedule:

DL377 JFK 09:00 – 15:35 HNL
DL539 HNL 16:55 – 07:25+1 day JFK

Detroit and New York are the 6th and 7th US cities out of which Delta will offer a winter service to Honolulu joining Atlanta, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Salt Lake City, and Seattle.

The aircraft

As things stand, it looks like Delta plans to operate all three new non-stop routes to Hawaii with Boeing 767 aircraft offering the following cabin configurations:

  • 26 Delta One (lie-flat) Business Class seats
  • 35 Delta Comfort+ seats
  • 165 regular Economy Class seats

From the cabin layout, it looks like the 767s that will operate these routes will be of the -300 variety which means that they will not have the new refurbished Delta One cabin (I think only the -400 variants are getting the upgrade). Nevertheless, the frontmost cabin will still offer lie-flat seating that’s considerably more comfortable than anything you’ll find in the Economy Class section…

…and with all three routes offering flights of over 10 hours, that’s the cabin in which I’d be wanting to travel!

Bottom line

Delta has announced that it will offer three new routes to Hawaii for winter 2022/23 with both Oahu and Maui getting new services. Travelers based in Detroit and New York will be getting new services to Honolulu while travelers based in Atlanta will be getting a new service to Maui. All three routes will be operated by Delta’s 767-300 aircraft.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. It looks like this may be done at the expense of the non-stop SLC to OGG flight. I don’t see the non-stop SLC flight available for next winter.

    • Quite possibly. Delta’s PR is noticeably quiet on the SCL-OGG route so I suspect that you’re right. I’ll be surprised if it’s brought back.

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