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Delta to Hawiian Airlines baggage transfers and other.......

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I am trying to book interisland flights for out trip to Hawaii next month. We are flying in on Delta Skymiles award tickets and get into Honolulu around 2:00 (time has changed 3 times). We want to go directly to Maui from Honolulu and am trying to determine how long in between the flights we should leave in order to ensure our timely baggage transfer as well as avoid any "change fees" Hawaiian Airlines might want if we miss a flight or something. I have a couple of questions:

1) Is it possible to somehow get the luggage transferred from the Delta to the Hawaiian Airlines flight without gathering it at baggage claim and re-checking it? This is our 1st trip into HI and I really have no clue. How long would we need to leave in between flights if there is a transfer option and how long if we have to claim the bags and re-check?

2) Regarding our Hawaiian Airlines tickets (Oahu to Maui to Big Island to Oahu), my boss has told me that when they travelled a similar trip that the airline was very accomodating regarding changing flights with no fees and flying standby. Is that the case still? I called and the representative I talked to told me that there are now change fees and no standby if changes should occur.

Thanks for your help

Kevin

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