HONOLULU (AP) - Hawaiian Airlines is adding more seats to its weekly flights to Tahiti.
The airline says it is responding to increased demand for its service to Papeete, Tahiti.
Starting Nov. 2, Hawaiian will change the aircraft serving the route with one that adds 30 more seats.
That's also when Hawaiian begins adjusting its Tahiti flight schedule by moving departure and arrival times one hour earlier.
The airline says the new schedule allows travelers to board the popular Paul Gauguin Cruises ships in Tahiti.