Pacific Air Cargo LLC has today confirmed it will introduce an additional weekly Boeing 747- 200F air cargo service between Los Angeles and Honolulu commencing November 3, 2014 and operating through December 29, 2014. The additional service will bring to six the number of weekly B-747 services the Company operates on the trans-Pacific route.

Pacific Air Cargo Chief Executive Ms. Beti Ward said, “We remain very grateful to our many loyal customers for their continued support which has again seen our business grow steadily this year and which now enables us to add this new service”.

The new Monday flight will provide almost half a million pound of additional weekly capacity to the route, opening up new possibilities not only for businesses of all sizes across the Pacific but also for the many military and local families living in Hawaii.

“Pacific Air Cargo provides a vital link between Hawaii and the West Coast for reliable, on-time transportation of perishable goods, livestock and pets, vehicles and for outsize items such as large aircraft engines and machine parts,” said Mr. Thomas Ingram, Pacific Air Cargo’s Vice President of Operations. Adding, “The huge capacity offered by our 747 aircraft means quite simply that Pacific Air Cargo can move more for less, and that adds real value for our customers.”

Pacific Air Cargo works closely with all the principal domestic and international freight forwarders, integrators and airlines on the United States mainland, the Hawaiian Islands and across the Pacific region. The additional cargo service will operate every Monday on the following schedule:

Los Angeles (LAX) – Honolulu (HNL)
Flight No. K4 368
Depart/Arrival Times: 0230 PST/0600HST

Honolulu (HNL) – Los Angeles (LAX)
Flight No. K4 369
Depart/Arrival Times: 1430 HST/2200 PST

(HST Honolulu Standard Time, PST Pacific Standard Time)