Aviation

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

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.

Fares are also available from Melbourne to Honolulu from $895 return, which also permits the FREE island add-on. Fares are valid for select departures in 2019 and 2020 and are on sale until 24 May 2019. Terms and conditions apply.

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