Hawaiian Airlines West Coast Fare Promotion Offers 34 - 63% Off

Hawaiian Airlines West Coast Fare Promotion Offers 34 - 63% Off

HONOLULU, October 2, 2001 -- Hawaiian Airlines, Inc. (AMEX and PCX: HA) has introduced a special fare promotion for travel between the West Coast and Hawaii through March 2002, with round trip fares starting at $279. Tickets must be purchased by October 17, 2001.

Hawaiian's special “Hawaiian Getaway Fares” for travel now through March 31, 2002, include special round trip fares from each of Hawaiian's West Coast gateways to Hawaii that range from 34% to 63% off the carrier's lowest normal fares, depending on market and date of travel. Some examples:

Los Angeles – Honolulu
 $279 round trip 
San Francisco – Honolulu
 $289 round trip 
San Diego – Honolulu
 $289 round trip 
Seattle – Honolulu
 $309 round trip 
Portland – Honolulu
 $309 round trip 

Neighbor Island connections are available for $90 round trip. Sale price includes all taxes except airport Passenger Facility Charges, Federal Excise Tax, and fuel surcharge.

The number of seats available on each flight at the special Hawaiian Getaway Fares is limited, but there are no “black out” dates for usage. Tickets are nonrefundable and must be purchased within 48 hours of making confirmed reservations.

Hawaiian's special Hawaiian Getaway Fares are available for purchase from any professional travel agent or at any Hawaiian Airlines airport ticket counter, city ticket office, or via the airline's Web site at www.hawaiianair.com now through October 17, 2001.

For booking and fare information, consumers may contact their local travel agent or call Hawaiian Airlines Reservations at one of the following numbers:

Mainland U.S. 1-800-367-5320 
Oahu 838-1555 
Neighbor Islands 1-800-882-8811 

Founded in 1929 as Inter-Island Airways, Hawaiian Airlines is Hawaii's largest and longest-serving airline. From its Honolulu hub, Hawaiian serves the Islands of Maui, Kauai, Lanai, Molokai and the Big Island of Hawaii with more than 130 daily flights aboard new Boeing 717-200 jet aircraft. The nation's 12th largest carrier, it also operates widebody DC-10 flights daily between Hawaii and five gateways on the U.S. mainland. Its DC-10 South Pacific service links Honolulu with American Samoa and Tahiti weekly. Hawaiian Airlines has earned numerous international awards for service in recent years and most recently was rated the top U.S. carrier overall in the “Premium” service category in the 2001 Zagat Survey. Additional information on Hawaiian Airlines is available via the airline's Web site at www.hawaiianair.com.