Aviation

Hawaiian Airlines joins in the sale fun for Black Friday and Cyber Monday

Hawaiian Airlines is joining in the Thanksgiving holiday fun releasing a range of special fares for sale until 11.59pm on Friday 6 December 2019 (AEDT).

Fares from Sydney or Brisbane to Honolulu start from $799 return, including complimentary entertainment, island-inspired meals, an industry-leading two lots of 32-kilo checked baggage allowance, and authentic Hawaiian hospitality.

All-inclusive fares from Melbourne Airport to HNL, via the airline’s codeshare with Virgin Australia, start at $999*.

Neighbour Island add-on fares are being offered at just $100 return (including taxes), so bargain-hunting Aussies will be able to fly from Sydney or Brisbane to Kauai, Hawaii Island or Maui from just $899 return.

Travel dates for fares to Hawaii purchased during the Hawaiian Airlines Black Friday and Cyber Monday Sale are valid for travel ex-Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne from 1 February 2020 until 29 March 2020, subject to availability.

Special fares to the US mainland start from just $1,045 all-inclusive return from Sydney to Los Angeles, and $1,049 all-inclusive return from Brisbane to Los Angeles.

If the US East Coast is more your clients’ style, fares from Sydney to New York City (JFK) start from $1,445 all-inclusive return and $1,449 from Brisbane to New York City (JFK).

Travel dates for fares to the US mainland purchased during the Hawaiian Airlines Black Friday and Cyber Monday Sale are valid for travel ex-Sydney and Brisbane from 17 January 2020 until 19 March 2020, subject to availability.

*For full terms and conditions of sale fares between Australia and Hawaii, click here. For full terms and conditions of sale fares between Australia and the US mainland, click here.

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