HONOLULU - Hawaiian Airlines announced Friday two summer flight schedules between the Bay Area and Hawaii have been removed due to delays in the delivery of the carrier's new airbus fleet.

A previously announced additional summer flight to the regular year-round service between San Francisco and Honolulu, will no longer be available.  Flights between Oakland and Kona will also not operate for the time being.

Service between Oakland and Lihu'e has been deferred from April 11th, 2018 to July 15th, 2018.  Flights already booked on those trips will be re-accommodated on other Hawaiian Airlines flights.

“We know how popular our seasonal summer flights have become, and we regret being unable to provide the full scope of services we had hoped to offer out of the Bay Area,” said Brent Overbeek, Hawaiian’s Vice President for Revenue Management and Network Planning.

Affected flights can be found at www.HawaiianAirlines.com/SummerScheduleChange.