Hawaiian Airlines Reduces Business Class to Oz

16th Aug 2004

Hawaiian Airlines announced today a new range of bargain Business Class fares from Sydney to Honolulu, plus five neighbour islands and eight destinations on the US mainland. The new roundtrip Business Class fares, available year-round, start at just A$2,582 plus tax of approximately A$145, from Sydney to Honolulu.

For A$2,722 plus tax, passengers can fly Business Class from Sydney to the Hawaiian neighbour islands of Maui, Kauai, Lanai, Molokai or the Big Island of Hawaii.

Passengers wanting to fly to the mainland cities of Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego or Las Vegas can now do so in Hawaiian Airlines Business Class for just A$3,956, plus tax.

From Sydney to Sacramento, Portland and Phoenix, Business Class fares are A$4,120.

“Hawaiian Airlines is a leisure carrier, and our Business Class product is designed to reflect affordable quality and a more relaxed approach,” said Scott Cammell, the airline’s Sales and Marketing Manager, Australia.


“On our Boeing 767-300 flights from Sydney to Honolulu, and to the US mainland, we offer 18 leather seats in a comfortable 2 x 2 x 2 configuration, with a spacious 40 inches of legroom, while our inter-island flights are operated with quiet and comfortable Boeing 717 jets,” said Mr Cammell.

“Our service is designed to reflect as much as possible the flavours and culture of Hawaii, from the music and videos to our style of catering, and we will soon be introducing our new season menus on our flights from Sydney.

“We also will offer our Business Class passengers free use of the new dig-E-player personal entertainment system, the world’s first portable on demand video and audio system, providing a selection of 10-15 first-run, full-length movies; 8-10 short subjects or situation comedies; 20 music videos; and 100 audio tracks.”

Hawaiian Airlines flight HA22 departs Sydney at 9.20pm every Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, crossing the international dateline and arriving in Honolulu at 11.10am the same day.



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