Hawaiian Airlines will adjust its schedule between Honolulu and Kahului and Oakland and San Jose with increased frequencies to Maui and fewer to Oahu from 3 October.
The Honolulu-based carrier will offer daily service between Kahului and both Oakland and San Jose, up from four and three flights per week, respectively. It will reduce daily service from Honolulu to Oakland to four times per week and to San Jose to three a week.
"We've seen tremendous demand for service to Maui from our customers in Oakland and San Jose, so we're adjusting our schedules to better match their needs," says Peter Ingram, executive vice president and chief commerical officer of Hawaiian, in a statement.
All of the flights are operated on Boeing 767-300ER aircraft, according to Innovata schedules.
Hawaiian will continue to offer daily service between Honolulu and San Francisco, it says.
The airline inaugurated a new hub at Kahului airport in March, with new routes to Lihue and Los Angeles, and additional flights to Hilo and Kona.
Hawaiian competes with Alaska Airlines between both Honolulu and Kahului, and Oakland and San Jose, according to Innovata.