By James Wilkinson
Hawaiian Airlines is once more offering incredible deals to Hawaii, following the reintroduction of the airline’s popular ‘take a mate’ airfares.
Hawaiian Airlines will soon take delivery of
brand new Airbus A330 aircraft
Perfect for the conference and incentive market, the airfares are available from 20 destinations in Australia to Hawaii and start from $1360 for two people to fly from Sydney to Honolulu or $1710 from Brisbane or Melbourne.
“When we first introduced ‘take a mate’ earlier this year, these fares became the most popular we have ever offered in our five years in this market,” said Hawaiian Airlines general manager, sales and marketing – Australia, Sherilyn Robinson.
“Now they’re back by popular demand – and right at the time that the Australian dollar is again climbing above 80 US cents. So now is definitely the time to take a mate to Hawaii,” she said.
The airfares are available for departures until August 28, then from October 17 until December 13 and again from January 13 to March 10, 2010. All travel must be booked and paid for by August 17.
In addition to the bargain prices, the airfares also include all taxes, meals, drinks and mainscreen entertainment on Hawaiian’s flights between Sydney and Honolulu.
The airline also offers every passenger a generous free luggage allowance of two checked items, each weighing up to 32 kilograms.