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Island Air Introduces Travel Pak Coupons for the Holidays

October 3, 2016, 4:41 PM HST
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Island Air is offering Travel Pak coupons as the holiday season nears.

Company executives say they are offering the coupons in the hopes that customers will be able to use them to spend quality time with extended family and friends.

The Island Travel Pak offers travelers two different interisland coupon packages to fit the needs of both leisure and business travelers:

Holoholo Package for Leisure Travelers: provides six one-way coupons for $429.
Ka ʻElele Package for Business Travelers: provides 20 one-way coupons for $1,499.

There are no minimum stays or blackout dates for either package. Travel Paks are non-refundable and coupons are valid for 12 months from date of purchase.

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“We are one big family at Island Air, focused on providing affordable interisland travel and enhanced services to you and your ‘ohana,” said David Uchiyama, president and CEO of Island Air. “We hope people will take the time to visit their ‘ohana during the holiday season, and fly the Island Way.”

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To purchase a Travel Pak, customers must be enrolled in Island Air’s Island Miles frequent flier program. Island Miles members can enjoy benefits such as mileage rewards, fast rewards, flexible rewards, shareable rewards and priority boarding.

For each Travel Pak purchased, members will receive 500 Island Miles for each segment traveled that can be redeemed for interisland travel on Island Air as well as mainland or international flights on United Airlines, a frequent flier partner.

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