Hawaiian Airlines Launches ex-Australia Promotion

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Friday, 23 September 2011

Hawaiian Airlines is enabling travellers to visit both Hawaii and the US mainland with new low fares from A$1498 ex-Sydney.

Until 5 October 2011, the Summer Saver return fares are available for sale from 19 Australian cities to Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Seattle or Oakland via Hawaii.

Sherilyn Robinson, Hawaiian Airlines General Manager Sales and Marketing, Australia said the latest Hawaii/ US mainland fares enabled travellers to experience Hawaii and the mainland in one exciting trip, and take advantage of flying into one city and out of another.

A stop in Hawaii is a great chance to unwind with some sun, sand and surf at the start of a holiday or to pick up some great end-of- holiday shopping bargains in Honolulu, Ms Robinson said.

Outside Sydney, fares to the US mainland via Hawaii are available from 18 other Australian destinations and include Australian domestic flights on Virgin Australia. Economy Class fares are priced from:

A$1738 ex-Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Canberra, Ballina, Coffs Harbour, Hervey Bay, Maroochydore, or Port Macquarie

A$1838 ex-Adelaide, Hobart, Launceston, Cairns, Mackay, Rockhampton, Townsville or Albury

A$1998 ex-Perth

Fares are available for sale and ticketing until 5 October 2011, subject to availability on selected travel dates. Low season fares are available for departures between 1 February 2012 until 31 March 2012. Other travel dates are available for an additional cost with high season fares valid from 1-16 January 2012, and shoulder season fares available from 17-31 January 2012.

Fares include a stopover in Honolulu in one direction with the option to purchase a second one for A$100.

Seats are limited at these prices and some conditions apply.

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