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HONOLULU (AP) — The Hawaii Tourism Authority is working to have Japan Airlines fly 10 flights from Tokyo's Narita airport to Kailua-Kona this summer in hopes strong ticket sales will lead the carrier to restore regularly scheduled service to the Big Island, an official said Wednesday. The initial plan was to have the flights operated in June and July, said David Uchiyama, the agency's vice...

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