Future Vacations Adds go! Airlines to Hawaii Line

Future Vacations is adding inter-island air service to its Hawaii product line through a partnership with go! airlines. The addition brings the number of featured airlines in Future Vacations’ product line to 19.

“Despite the economy, Hawaii remains high on most peoples’ list of must-see dream destinations," said Doug Knapp, general manager of Future Vacations. "For our part, we remain committed to offering one of the strongest and most dynamic Hawaii product lines in the industry. Adding go! to our growing stable of airline partners, provides a really nice boost to our Hawaii product, enabling customers to create unique multi-island itineraries through one centralized and convenient source.”

Travelers can choose from among six airlines for air-inclusive Future Vacations packages to Hawaii (American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Hawaiian Airlines, Northwest Airlines, United Airlines, and U.S. Airways). Hotel options include more than 60 properties in Kauai, Kona, Maui and Oahu, offering budget, moderate and luxury accommodations with such brands as Aqua, Hilton, Hyatt, Fairmont, Marriott, Ohana, Outrigger, Sheraton, and Westin.

Future Vacations packages to Hawaii are commissionable up to 15 percent for agents.

Visit www.vaxvacationaccess.com.  

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