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Hawaiian Airlines launches Sydney - Honolulu Business Class Promotion

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Hawaiian Airlines has launched a new range of special Business Class fares from Sydney to Honolulu, the neighbour islands of Hawaii and the US mainland.

The Hawaiian Airlines Business Bonanza Fares start from A$4796 to Honolulu, from A$4974 to neighbour island destinations and from A$6912 to the US mainland. All fares include taxes.

“Business Class is not always for business travel,” said Sherilyn Robinson, Hawaiian’s General Manager, Sales and Marketing, Australia. “It can also add a wonderful and memorable new dimension to a holiday flight, particularly for couples, and these fares are some of the most competitive for Business cabin travel between Australia and the US.”

Hawaiian’s Business Bonanza fares are available for departures from Australia between 2 October and 9 December, 2009, and again between 3 February and 30 June, 2010. They must be purchased before 9 October 2009 and are subject to availability.

For passengers flying from regional or interstate destinations to join Hawaiian’s flights from Sydney, Economy Class add-on fares with domestic airline partners are included in the prices listed including taxes below:

ZONE A: From Sydney to: Honolulu A$4796 / Maui, Kauai, The Big Island A$4974 / Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Oakland, San Jose, San Diego A$6912 / Seattle, Sacramento, Portland, Phoenix A$7343.

ZONE B: From Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Canberra, Ballina, Coffs Harbour, Hervey Bay, Maroochydore, Port Macquarie to: Honolulu A$4976 / Maui, Kauai, The Big Island A$5154 / Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Oakland, San Jose, San Diego A$7092 / Seattle, Sacramento, Portland, Phoenix A$7523.

ZONE C: From Adelaide, Hobart, Launceston, Cairns, Mackay, Proserpine, Rockhampton, Townsville and Albury to: Honolulu A$5136 / Maui, Kauai, The Big Island A$5314 / Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Oakland, San Jose, San Diego A$7252 / Seattle, Sacramento, Portland, Phoenix A$7683.

ZONE D: From Perth to: Honolulu A$5296 / Maui, Kauai, The Big Island A$5474 / Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Oakland, San Jose, San Diego A$7412 / Seattle, Sacramento, Portland, Phoenix A$7843.

Passengers can enter the mainland through one city and depart from another, providing greater flexibility and eliminating the need to waste time revisiting destinations.

Seats are limited at these prices and subject to availability. Some conditions apply.

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