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Aloha Friday wrap: The Island of Hawaii’s ultimate summer guide, Hawaiian Airlines’ inflight entertainment update + more

Finding it hard to keep warm on this frosty Friday? Bask in the rays of this summery wrap of all things Hawaii.

Say Aloha: Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania’s roadshow is back!

Aloha Down under 2018 [1]

Whip out your Hawai‘ian shirts and grab a mai tai because registrations have just opened for Australia’s largest annual Hawai’i roadshow, Aloha Down Under!

Running from 5 to 13 August, the blockbuster roadshow will visit Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Parramatta, Christchurch and Auckland, with representatives from accommodation, airline and activity suppliers across the Hawaiian Islands.

Click here to read more.

Hawaiian Airlines updates inflight entertainment offering

Hawaiian Airlines

In response to guest feedback, Hawaiian Airlines has begun updating its inflight entertainment software to provide all guests onboard its flights with complimentary movies and TV shows.

While this is already offered on the airline’s flights from Australia to Honolulu, it will now also be available on Hawaiian’s flights to the mainland from Honolulu, including its A321neo flights to Long Beach.

Read more here.

How to make the most of summer on the Island of Hawaii: the ultimate guide

Hawaii

Summer has arrived in Hawaii, meaning it’s the perfect time for your clients to get outside, soak up the sun and experience everything the US state has to offer.

On the Island of Hawaii, they can take advantage of the extra hours of sunlight and explore the five National Park Service-managed parks, sites and trails, and a dozen-plus state parks.

There are also a tonne of tours, activities and upcoming events for them to look forward to on the island, along with some fantastic accommodation offers.

Click here get the lowdown on the best of what the Island of Hawaii as to offer this summer.

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