Hyatt and Hawaiian Airlines Announce New Mileage Offer

Hyatt Gold Passport and Hawaiian Airlines announced a new offer, providing Hyatt Gold Passport members and HawaiianMiles members a way to earn and redeem airline miles.

Now, members of HawaiianMiles can earn 500 miles per eligible stay at any Hyatt hotel or resort. Additionally, Hyatt Gold Passport members can convert their Hyatt Gold Passport points into HawaiianMiles at a conversion rate of 2.5 points to one HawaiianMile.

“We are thrilled to be working with Hyatt to allow its Hyatt Gold Passport members, as well as our HawaiianMiles members, a new option when it comes to their travel needs,” said Glenn Taniguchi, senior vice president of marketing and sales. “With this new relationship, we’re hoping that members will use their earned miles to travel to Hawaii and explore everything that this wonderful destination has to offer.”

Hawaiian Airlines joins a list of more than 30 airlines that Hyatt Gold Passport members can choose from when redeeming miles for their stays.


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