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Hawaiian Airlines Increases Flights to Las Vegas

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Hawaiian Airlines has increased flights between Honolulu and the entertainment capital of Las Vegas, taking to 18 the number of weekly services between the two cities.

The airline now offers three Honolulu – Las Vegas flights every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, and two every Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday.

“Las Vegas is one of the most popular destinations in our network, and is attracting a growing number of Australian travellers,” said Sherilyn Robinson, Sales and Marketing Manager Australia for Hawaiian Airlines. “Our flights from Sydney to Honolulu connect smoothly with onward services to Las Vegas, enabling passengers to continue straight to the entertainment city or to take a break in Hawaii first.”

“Hawaii is also a great stopover destination for passengers returning from the excitement of Las Vegas, enabling them to take a few days of rest and relaxation before continuing on Hawaiian’s daylight service to Sydney,” Ms Robinson added.

Clearing US Customs in Honolulu enables passengers from Australia to continue to Las Vegas as domestic travellers, eliminating the need for any further formalities on arrival.

Hawaiian Airlines offers three weekly nonstop flights from Sydney to Honolulu, with onward connections to Las Vegas, as well as to the neighbour islands of Hawaii and nine other US mainland destinations. Hawaiian also offers connections from throughout Australia to its flights from Sydney with partner airline Virgin Blue.

All of Hawaiian’s services from Australia to Hawaii, and on to Las Vegas and other mainland ports, are operated with dual class Boeing 767-300ER aircraft.

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