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"You're Gonna Die Up There" Hawaiian Airlines Flight To Maui Is Forced To Return To LAX THREE TIMES

'Third time is NOT a charm': Hawaiian Airlines flight to Maui is forced to return to LAX THREE TIMES before being cancelled after suffering technical difficulties

A Hawaiian Airlines flight to Maui was cancelled after it was forced to return to LAX three times because of equipment failure, prompting the airline to issue refunds for more than 200 passengers. Hawaiian Airlines Flight 33 from Los Angeles to Kahului Airport was grounded on Friday because of 'separate and unrelated faults with different systems', airline spokesman Alex Da Silva explained to KTLA. The flight was initially supposed to take off at 4.30pm, KITV reports. Of the three returns that the flight had to make to the airport, one occurred before the flight had even taken off while the other two occurred mid-flight. 'We understand our guests' disappointment and deeply regret their travel plans were disrupted,' Da Silva added. There were 207 people on board the flight. All of their trips were refunded and each passenger was given a $100 credit to use on a future flight. Additionally, the airline paid for all the passengers to have hotel rooms and provided them with meal vouchers for dinner and breakfast. They hope to accommodate the passengers on other flights. Source


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