Jetstar Airways, a low-cost subsidiary of Australia-based Quantas, plans to fly between Australia and Hawaii by the end of November. According to a report in the Herald Sun, Jetstar will offer three weekly flights from Sydney and two from Melbourne beginning Nov. 23, pending fare approvals. Jetstar won approval for the routes from U.S. regulators over the objections of United Airlines, which had wanted the approval held back to push for greater U.S. access to the Australian air travel market. Quantas already has three weekly flights to Hawaii.
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