Thursday, October 22, 2009
HOT NEW FARES TO HAWAII FROM HAWAIIAN AIRLINES
Hawaiian Airlines this morning launched a hot new range of air fares to Honolulu from 20 destinations around Australia.
The "Return To Paradise" Economy Class deals are priced from $877 return ex Sydney, including pre-payable taxes.
They are available for sale from today until 03 November, for departures from Australia between 01 February and 25 March, 2010, and again from 17 April until 30 June.
"The Australian dollar is now trading at 92 US cents, while air fares from Australia to the USA have never been more competitive," said Sherilyn Robinson, General Manager Sales and Marketing for Hawaiian Airlines in Australia.
"Hawaii is popular both with first-time visitors and with those wanting to return to paradise in order to relive past adventures or to see even more of the Aloha state," said Ms Robinson. "And with prices at these levels, what better time to book a new year holiday in Hawaii?"
Return to Paradise fares, including taxes, are:
From Sydney: $877
From Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Port Macquarie, Coffs Harbour, Byron Bay, Gold Coast, Maroochydore, Hervey Bay: $1057
From Adelaide, Hobart, Launceston, Albury, Rockhampton, Mackay, Proserpine, Townsville and Cairns: $1217
From Perth: $1377
Taxes are correct at 23 October, 2009, but may change without notice. Seats are limited at these prices. Australian domestic flights are provided by partner airlines.
Hawaiian Airlines flies three times weekly from Sydney to Honolulu, departing mid evening every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, crossing the international dateline and arriving mid morning the same day into Honolulu.
After clearing US Customs, passengers can be in their hotels, big brand shopping or on world-famous Waikiki Beach by early afternoon.
For more information or to make a booking, call Hawaiian Airlines on the consumer booking line 1300 669 106 or contact travel agents. For more information about Hawaiian Airlines, visit www.hawaiianairlines.com.au.
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