Northwest Resumes Daily L.A Service

Northwest Airlines announced today that it is resuming daily nonstop
service between Los Angeles International Airport and Honolulu, with
service beginning July 1.

The service between Los Angeles and Honolulu had been suspended in
December 2003. The flights will use 757-300 aircraft which seat up to 224
passengers, 24 in first class, and feature a main cabin arranged in a 3-3
seat pattern.
“We are pleased to resume this service and provide Hawaii-bound customers
with additional ways to get to more of Hawaii`s best destinations, as well
as provide excellent connections to Northwest`s service to Asia,” said
Beth Shultis, vice president of marketing and loyalty programs. “In
addition, we are happy to be able to offer these flights in time for the
peak summer travel season, along with great Northwest Airlines
WorldVacations packages.”

The daily flights are now open for sale through ,
Northwest Airlines Reservations at 1-800-225-2525 or through travel
Hawaii is one of the hundreds of value-priced vacation package
destinations offered by Northwest Airlines WorldVacations. With years of
vacation experience and more than 70 years of global flying experience,
Northwest Airlines provides reliable service to vacation destinations
around the world including the United States, Canada, Mexico, the
Caribbean, Central America, Europe and Asia. Northwest Airlines
WorldVacations can be reached online at
, by calling 1-800-800-1504, or by visiting a professional travel agent.

Northwest Airlines is the world`s fourth largest airline with hubs at
Detroit, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Memphis, Tokyo and Amsterdam and more than
1,500 daily departures. With its travel partners, Northwest serves nearly
750 cities in almost 120 countries on six continents. In 2002, consumers
from throughout the world recognized Northwest`s efforts to make travel
easier. A 2002 J.D. Powers and Associates study ranked airports at Detroit
and Minneapolis/St. Paul, home to Northwest`s two largest hubs, tied for
second place among large domestic airports in overall customer
satisfaction. Business travelers who subscribe to OAG print and electronic
flight guides rated as the best airline Web site. Readers of TTG
Asia and TTG China named Northwest “Best North American airline.”