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Hawaiian Airlines launches Special Earlybird Fares between Australia and Hawaii

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Friday, 5 September 2008

Hawaiian Airlines has launched a new series of special air fares from Australia to tropical Hawaii. Effective today, 5 September 2008, Hawaiians Hiki Mua Manu (earlybird) fares offer a range of value for money opportunities to fly from 20 destinations in Australia to Honolulu and the neighbouring islands of Maui, Kauai and The Big Island of Hawaii.

The Hiki Mua Manu fares start from just A$1267 per person, including taxes, from Sydney to Honolulu and from A$1376 including taxes from Sydney to the neighbouring islands, for travel between 16 January 31 March, 2009. These fares are based on Hawaiians Wednesday evening departures from Sydney to Honolulu and the islands, and are valid for sale until 30 November 2008. Taxes may change without notice.

The airline is also offering Hiki Mua Manu rates in the shoulder season (16 - 31 January and 24 April 16 June) and in the high season (17 June 10 July).

Hawaiians nonstop flights from Sydney depart mid evening, crossing the international dateline and land in Honolulu mid morning the same day, enabling travellers to be on world famous Waikiki Beach by early afternoon.

Passengers from throughout Australia can fly to Sydney with Virgin Blue, checking their luggage all the way from their home port to Honolulu. Then, from Virgins Sydney terminal, a free shuttle is provided to the international terminal to connect with your Hawaiian Airlines flight.

In addition to its own HawaiianMiles loyalty programme, Hawaiian Airlines is also a partner in Virgins Velocity loyalty programme.

Effective from 12 January, 2009, travellers wishing to enter the USA under the Visa Waiver programme including Australian and New Zealand passport holders - will need electronic travel authorisation from US authorities at least 72 hours prior to departing Australia.

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