Delta Airlines will resume its daily nonstop flights between Honolulu and its Atlanta hub tomorrow, with the 3:15 p.m. arrival of Flight 93. The nation’s second-largest airline announced the revived 4,500-mile route in May. Delta already flies daily nonstop Honolulu routes to Salt Lake City, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. Gov. Linda Lingle has said her administration is “delighted” with the news. “This will enhance the overall load capacity to Hawai‘i, and give residents and visitors an additional route to the East Coast,” she said. “[It] shows great confidence in the long-term strength of Hawaii’s tourism and business market.”
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