Maui Business

Hawaiian Airlines Launches Winter Sale

September 26, 2011, 5:42 PM HST
* Updated September 26, 9:50 PM
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Hawaiian Airlines, photo by Wendy Osher.

By Sonia Isotov

Hawaiian Airlines launched its “Great Hawaiian Winter Getaway Sale” today which offers travelers significant savings on nonstop round trip travel to or from Hawaii and its 10 mainland cities in North America.

The special fares are offered through Monday, October 3, for nonstop flights from November 21 through February 9, 2012, with the exception of West Coast departures from December 14-26, and Hawaii departures from December 27-January 4.

“By acting quickly, travelers from the West Coast can save money and escape to the warmth of Hawaii, while Hawaii residents can make that special getaway to their favorite mainland destination,” said Glenn Taniguchi, Hawaiian’s senior vice president of marketing and sales, in a written statement.

Tickets at the special fares must be purchased online at HawaiianAirlines.com. The lowest available fares are for weekday travel, with weekend flights an extra $50 roundtrip.

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Here is a listing of the available fares and destinations available:

Portland – Maui $308 ($358 weekends)
Portland – Honolulu $338 ($388 weekends)
Seattle – Maui $348 ($398 weekends)
Seattle – Honolulu $348 ($398 weekends)
Las Vegas – Maui $368 ($418 weekends)
Las Vegas – Honolulu $368 ($418 weekends)
Phoenix – Honolulu $388 ($438 weekends)
San Diego – Honolulu $368 ($418 weekends)
Los Angeles – Honolulu $388 ($438 weekends)
Sacramento – Honolulu $388 ($438 weekends)
San Francisco – Honolulu $388 ($438 weekends)
Oakland – Honolulu $388 ($438 weekends)
Oakland – Maui $388 ($438 weekends) Service starts January 11, 2012
San Jose – Honolulu $388 ($438 weekends)
San Jose – Maui $388 ($438 weekends) Service starts January 10, 2012
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