By James Wilkinson
Conference and incentive trips to Hawaii have been given a boost, following Hawaiian Airlines’ strategic decision to reintroduce its popular ‘bonus island’ offer.
Hawaiian has also released new airfares ex-Sydney
The special deal, which is on sale until July 24, enables passengers flying Hawaiian from Australia to Honolulu to also fly to one of three neighbour islands for just the price of the airport taxes. The deal also comes on the back of new airfares released by the airline for Sydney-Honolulu flights.
Hawaiian’s new fares from Sydney to Honolulu start from $1108 per person including taxes, or from Sydney to a choice of the Islands of Maui, Kauai or The Big Island of Hawaii for just $1114.
“Hawaii is one of the most popular overseas destinations for Australians, and these new, low fares to Honolulu and the Islands, plus the strengthening of the Australian dollar against the US currency, make Hawaii even greater value for money,” said Hawaiian’s Sales and Marketing Manager, Australia, Sherilyn Robinson.
The special fares are available for sale until July 24, for travel from now until September 24, then from October 07 – December 16, and again between January 13 and March 31, 2010.