HONOLULU, September 29, 1997 -- First Class passengers can experience the true meaning ofIsland hopping on Hawaiian Airlines - for free.
Through December 19, 1997, visitors who travel to Hawaii on a published round-trip First Class Excursion fare on Hawaiian Airlines will receive a free 7-day Hawaiian Island Pass for unlimited interisland jet travel among the Hawaiian Islands.
Qualifying originating cities include Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Portland and Las Vegas. Hawaiian Island Passes are not transferable and all travel must be completed within the issued time of the round-trip, by December 19, 1997.
"Our First Class service provides Hawaiian hospitality at its finest and our Island Pass offers travelers a unique opportunity to visit the islands we call home," said Paul J. Casey, president and chief executive officer of Hawaiian Airlines.
"We are giving First Class passengers a chance to savor the warmth and graciousness of all the islands of Hawaii in a way no other airline can."
This special offer is available through travel agents or by calling Hawaiian Airlines at (800) 367-5320.
Hawaiian's award-winning First Class service offers a truly Hawaiian experience. The addition of Hawaii Regional Cuisine, blending fresh Island ingredients in European and Asia cooking techniques, helped Hawaiian win the Onboard Services Award for innovation and excellence in competition with leading international airlines.
Hawaiian's Island Pass makes it possible for travelers to enjoy breakfast in Waikiki, a visit to Kilauea Volcano on the Big Island or a round of golf on Maui, and a romantic dinner on Kauai, all in the same day - or to fly to any Island on a whim for shopping or sightseeing only half an hour away.
Founded 67 years ago as Inter-Island Airways, Hawaiian Airlines (booking code HA) is the nation's 12th largest carrier. It provides award-winning service on more than 150 jet flights daily among the islands of Hawaii.