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42 thoughts on “Hawaiian Joins Mid-Air Diversions | Now 7 In Three Weeks”

  1. You can add United Airlines to the list. My flight (SFO – HNL) was diverted mid flight back to SFO tonight.
    Reason – vague details about a traveller who was mentally ill and his behavior was becoming erratic.

    1. Just a follow up to my previous comment. This has a happy ending. We were afraid that United wasn’t going to be able to get us out until tomorrow. However, they added late flight (10:20 pm) and got us in 1:30 a.m. In addition, they gave each of us a $500 credit! Now that’s class.

  2. Add Delta 428 LAX Lihue in August 18th to the diversion list. Returned to LA to switch planes and took off for the second time 2 hours later.

  3. I travel Southwest weekly for work. I love the airlines easy change policies and overall efficiency. I have been flying Southwest almost 30 years! They have a great point system and companion program that adds up quick. If snacks are your biggest issue, throw some stuff in your backpack and move on.

  4. An airbus A330, tail number N390HA did what seemed to be a diversion at around 2:00 PDT this morning. I followed it on the Planefinder app..

    1. Follow up on my previous comment. It didn’t land, it just looped around and continued on its way Las Vegas to Honolulu.


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