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Business Class prices are Revised

Hawaiian Airlines has announced new business class prices at the pointy end of its Sydney-Honolulu flights.

» Actual | Tuesday, July 12, 2011 • Air News Times

And the new deals extend beyond the international leg to the islands of Maui, Kauai and The Big Island of Hawaii.

Business Class roundtrip fares from Sydney to Honolulu start at just AUD $2483, including taxes, in the low season, while onward flights from Sydney to the islands are priced from just AUD $2828.

Hawaiian also has also included domestic Economy Class flights with Virgin Australia for passengers flying from Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth to connect with its Sydney- Honolulu services.

“Hawaii is already one of the most popular international holiday destinations for Australian travellers,” said Sherilyn Robinson, Hawaiian’s GM, sales and marketing, in Australia.

“With our new Business Class fares from Sydney to Hawaii, we’re extending the excitement and the relaxation to the journey across the Pacific, whether travellers are flying for business or for pleasure,” Robinson said.

Hawaiian’s Business Class fares include:

    Large, comfortable leather seats, with lumbar support, footrests and a spacious 42 inch seat pitch
    Hawaiian regional cuisine created by the airline’s consulting chef, Honolulu-based restaurateur Chai Chaowasaree, and free beverage service throughout the flight
    Priority check-in and lounge access at Sydney and Honolulu airports.
    Priority baggage handling and a free luggage allowance of two pieces, each weighing up to 32kg.
    Free use of dig-E-player portable entertainment units on flights between Sydney and Honolulu.


Hawaiian also offers frequent flyer rewards not only through its own HawaiianMiles program, but as a partner in the Velocity programme of Virgin Australia, enabling Velocity members to earn and redeem points on Hawaiian Airlines flights.

Hawaiian’s special Business Class fares to Hawaii are available in the low, shoulder and high seasons for travel, subject to availability on requested flights.

Fares are listed in the table below in Low Season (L), Shoulder Season (S) and High Season (H) from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth, including the Australian domestic add on fares for passengers flying to Sydney.

All of these are return fares, including taxes, correct at 7 July. Seats are limited at these prices and some conditions apply.
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