SYDNEY – Hawaiian Airlines announced has announced introductory air fares from A$1,074 for roundtrip flights between Sydney and Honolulu, after receiving approval from Australian and US authorities to begin accepting flight reservations for its new nonstop services across the Pacific.
Subject to final approval by the Australian government and issuance of an international airline license, Hawaiian’s first nonstop flight will depart Sydney on Tuesday evening, May 18, then operate four times weekly.
“To launch our new services between Australia and Hawaii, we’re offering great prices, together with the most convenient departure and arrival times, our award-winning in-flight service and the best on-time performance in the US airline industry,” said Mark Dunkerley, Hawaiian’s president and chief operating officer.
In addition to the $1,074 fares – plus taxes - Hawaii’s biggest and longest-serving airline is offering introductory return fares from A$1,169 – plus taxes - for flights from Sydney to the Hawaiian islands of Kauai, Maui, Molokai, Lanai and Hawaii’s Big Island, with same day connection from Honolulu.
The airline also is offering common-rated introductory fares from just $1,503 – plus
taxes - to fly from Sydney to any of Hawaiian’s eight US mainland destinations – Seattle, Portland, Sacramento, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Phoenix and Las Vegas.
The introductory air fares are good for any bookings made by 31 March 2004 as long as travel is completed by 31 December. Seats are limited at these prices and some conditions apply.