Hawaiian Airlines Raises Transpacific Fares

Rising costs of operations, such as the escalation in fuel prices, has led Hawaiian Airlines to increase its round-trip airfares for flights between Hawaii and the U.S. mainland by $30, effective immediately for travel starting on or after May 1.

“The costs of providing our product continue to rise, and this modest increase will help preserve the high quality of our service,” says Glenn Taniguchi, the company’s senior vice president – marketing and sales.

Hawaiian Airlines offers nonstop daily service between Honolulu and Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, San Jose, Sacramento, Portland, Phoenix, Seattle and Las Vegas, as well as nonstop service between Kahului, Maui and Seattle, Portland and San Diego. Visit www.hawaiianairlines.com.

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