Today Hawaiian Airlines announced that it would expand service to the Big Apple this summer, and is offering unbeatable promotional fares—but book fast, because the sale ends on November 20.
Starting June 4, 2012, Hawaiian Airlines will break into the East Coast market with daily nonstop flights between Honolulu International Airport (HNL) and New York’s JFK. During the four-day promotion, one-way tickets are $212 in economy and $808 in first class, in honor of New York’s and Hawaii’s area codes. Tickets at this price are available from June 4 through June 30, and can be purchased online.
"We’re the airline of choice for millions of people on the West Coast and in Asia, and we’re excited to be bringing the Hawaiian experience to New York," said Mark Dunkerley, Hawaiian Airline’s president and CEO, in a press release on the company’s web site.
The only option New Yorkers currently have for nonstop flights to Hawaii is on Continental Airlines, leaving from Newark Liberty International Airport. Hawaiian Airlines services 10 cities on the West Coast, and within the last year expanded to several Asian markets.
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