Pacific Air Cargo (PAC) has increased flights from Los Angeles (LAX) to Honolulu (HNL) in response to client demand. PAC now flies freight to Honolulu on a daily basis, departing LAX at 2:30 a.m. and landing at 6:00 a.m.
“We are happy to announce the addition of our Sunday flight to meet increased demand, due in part to disruptions to the maritime shipping supply chain, and also by the approach of the holiday season,” stated Tanja Janfruechte, Pacific Air Cargo CEO.
Maritime shipping delays have disrupted the worldwide supply chain, causing shelf shortages, manufacturing and construction delays, and affecting firms waiting for components and supplies.
Pacific Air Cargo Chief Operations Officer, Thomas Ingram said, “PAC has responded to the disruption by increasing flights from LAX from 6 days to 7 days per week, as we try to help companies and consumers get the goods and materials they need in a timely manner. Tanja and I would also like to thank the PAC Team for their continued dedication and professionalism during this busy peak season.”
Los Angeles (LAX), Hawaii (HNL and all of the main Hawaiian Islands), Pago Pago (PPG), and Guam are still served by Pacific Air Cargo (GUM).
Source: Los Angeles Issue