Hawaiian Airlines will put the first of its two new A330 aircraft on its flights to Los Angeles from Honolulu next June.
The airline will take delivery of its initial wide-body Airbus A330-200 in April next year, allowing it to expand its Los Angeles flights to three per day.
Hawaiian will also introduce two daily flights to Maui, with one taking off from Oakland and the other from San Diego.
Commenting on the expansion, Mark Dunkerley, the carrier’s president and chief executive officer, said: "The arrival of the first of our new long range Airbus aircraft gives us the opportunity to expand our service from Hawaii’s largest visitor market when travel demand is at its highest."
The airline’s new flights will all begin on June 17th.
In March, Hawaiian emerged as the most punctual airline in the US, with 91.5 percent of its flights departing and arriving on time.
This was 13.1 percent above the industry average of 78.4 percent.