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Aloha Friday wrap: Meeting planners experience the unique in Oahu, Hawaiian Airlines’ fab agent incentive + more

The Aloha Friday wrap is back, this time topped with a sprinkling of MICE-related news for all you meeting and event planners out there.

Meeting planners experience the unique of Oahu’s MICE offering

HTO's PCO famil [1]

Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania, in conjunction with Hawaiian Airlines, Oahu Visitors Bureau and Marriott SPG Waikiki Complex, hosted a MICE-focused famil last week.

The famil allowed Brisbane meeting planners and journalists to experience the unique of Oahu’s MICE offering over four nights, including hotels, meeting spaces, restaurants and offsite venues.

Check out the full wrap of the famil here.

 

Hawaiian Airlines offers fare specials to mainland USA + agent incentive

Hawaiian Airlines plane landing at Los Angeles International Airport

Throughout the month of June, Hawaiian Airlines is allowing Australian travellers to combine a mainland USA journey with a Hawaii stopover and enjoy two great holidays for the price of one.

Hawaiian Airlines’ multi-stop Mainland USA sale fares are available for purchase and booking until 30 June 2019 for travel on specified periods for each destination.

The airline is also conducting a travel agent incentive promotion for the duration of the Mainland USA sale.

Book and ticket any Hawaiian Airlines airfare from Australia to Mainland USA during the month of June 2019 for the chance to win 200,000 HawaiianMiles.

Click here for all the info on these incredible offers.

 

Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania takes on IPW

HTO's Giselle Radulovic at IPW 2019

Last week, Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania and Hawai‘i Tourism Authority (HTA) participated in the travel industry’s premier international marketplace, IPW, to meet with and build connections with trade partners and journalists from across the globe

With representatives from the Oceania, Europe and China markets, HTA was joined by 26 hotel and activity partners from across the Hawaiian Islands.

Read what HTO’s country manager for Australia, Giselle Radulovic, had to say about her IPW experience here.

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