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Aloha Friday wrap: Exclusive agent discounts, Hawaii romance guide + more

Exclusive agent discounts, luxury famils and romance. Get your Aloha Friday fix!

Unlock exclusive agent discounts on Hawaiian hotels and experiences

Hawaii

The Hawaiian Islands offers an infinite range of holiday experiences, from rest and relaxation, diverse landscapes and adventure, to incredible shopping, delicious cuisine and energising nightlife.

This is your opportunity to spoil yourself in the Hawaiian Islands!

Click here to discover a few of the many amazing discounts available to agents.

Hawaiian Airlines celebrates 15 years of flights to Australia with special agent rate

Hawaiian Airlines flight attendants

Hawaiian Airlines is saying Mahalo for 15 years of flying between Sydney and Honolulu by offering travel agents an awesome industry fare to Honolulu with a FREE return island add on fare to a neighbour island.

For a limited time, travel agents can book industry fares from Sydney and Brisbane to Honolulu from $659 return (including tax), and Melbourne to Honolulu from $895, plus add a FREE return island add-on fare to Maui, the Island of Hawaii, Kauai, Moloka‘i or Lanai.

Click here to find out more.

 

Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania releases 2019 Romance Hawai‘i guide

2019 Romance Hawai‘i guide

Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania (HTO) has released the 2019 Romance Hawai‘i guide, offering advice and experiences for couples planning a wedding, honeymoon, getaway or anniversary across the Hawaiian Islands.

The perfect destination for a truly memorable romantic escape, the Hawaiian Islands are home to some of the world’s most exclusive resorts in picturesque locations.

From heavenly spas and remote retreats, to buzzing nightlife and world-renowned dining, the 2019 Romance Hawai‘i guide offers the best tips and tricks for an unforgettable holiday experience.

Click here to find out more about the guide and download your copy.

 

All the highlights from the Infinity Luxury Maui famil

Hotel Molokai (HTO-Travel Associates famil)

Earlier this month, Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania (HTO) hosted an amazing Infinity Holidays Incrowd Travel Associates famil.

Nine top-selling Travel Associates agents from across Australia flew with Hawaiian Airlines to take part in the five-day luxury famil, where they were able to immerse themselves in Hawaiian culture throughout Maui and Moloka‘i.

Click here to read all about it.


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