updated 10/9/2009 7:32:59 PM ET 2009-10-09T23:32:59

Continental Airlines has announced it will expand its Hawaii service, beginning in March.

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The carrier's new service between Honolulu International Airport and John Wayne Airport in Orange County, Calif., will initially operate four times a week.

Continental is also adding a new daily flight from Maui's Kahului Airport to Los Angeles International Airport.

Meanwhile, the airline says it will also offer a second daily flight between Honolulu and Los Angeles.

Continental currently serves Hawaii with daily flights from New York, Houston and Guam. Beginning Dec. 18, the carrier will also operate twice-weekly service between Honolulu and Nadi, Fiji.

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