United Airlines Puts Hawaii on Sale

United Airlines (OTC BB: UALAQ.OB) announced today a sale for travel to Hawaii with low fares from cities throughout the Mainland United States.

“Hawaii has universal appeal because of its physical beauty and wonderful ambiance. These low fares make vacationing there this spring on United even more attractive,” said Chris Bowers, senior vice president-sales and reservations. “We offer a comprehensive schedule of daily service to fourÊ Hawaiian islands - the Big Island (Hawaii), Kauai, Maui and Oahu (Honolulu) - from our major hubs of Los Angeles and San Francisco. In addition, United offers nonstop service between Denver and Honolulu.”
Here are same sample markets with each-way off-peak fares based on round-trip purchase (including $10 each way fuel surcharge): Los Angeles-Honolulu, $220; Seattle-Kona, $250; Boston-Kauai, $369; Chicago-Honolulu, $349.

The sale is offered in both directions - to and from Hawaii - thus also allowing Hawaiian residents an opportunity to visit the Mainland at exceptionally attractive rates.

Tickets must be purchased at least seven days in advance of travel and include a three-day minimum stay and a 60-day maximum stay.Ê Tickets must be purchased by April 18, 2003.Ê Travel must be completed by June 11, 2003.Ê See fare facts below for more information.

United operates more than 1,500 flights a day on a route network that spans the globe. For more information about United, go to the company’s website at www.united.com.