Hawaiian Airlines Launches "Wings of Paradise" Incentive Program

HONOLULU, July 14, 2000 -- Hawaiian Airlines has launched a new incentive program designed for corporations that want to provide their employees and customers with travel to Hawaii and Tahiti.

The "Wings of Paradise" program allows companies to purchase discount travel certificates for their customer appreciation programs, sales goal programs, employee incentives and awards. The certificates allow recipients to travel at their leisure as opposed to being committed to a group itinerary.

Wings of Paradise offers two kinds of certificates: 1) a Prepaid Air Travel Certificate, which offers a set fare discount valid for one year, or 2) a Gift Certificate in denominations of $25, $50, $100, $150 $200 or $250 which can be applied toward the purchase of a published fare ticket from Hawaiian Airlines.

A minimum of five round trips or 10 interisland segments must be purchased in conjunction with a company incentive program. Gift certificates may be purchased in any number.

For more information on the Wings of Paradise program, contact Hawaiian Airlines Group Resources at any of the following locations:

  • Los Angeles (800) 554-2924, Ext. 18
  • San Francisco (650) 697-4085
  • Chicago (312) 432-1910
  • Honolulu (808) 838-6749

  • Now in its 71st year of service, Hawaiian Airlines is Hawaii's longest-serving and largest airline. The nation's 12th largest carrier, it operates an all-jet fleet of 15 narrowbody DC-9 and 14 widebody DC-10 aircraft. Hawaiian provides award-winning service on more than 160 flights daily among the islands of Hawaii and 14 flights a day between Hawaii and five gateways in the western U.S. Its South Pacific service links Honolulu with American Samoa and with Tahiti twice weekly. Additional information on Hawaiian Airlines is available on the airline's Web site.