Now close your eyes and imagine yourself lounging in a hammock, a fruity cocktail in hand, listening to the sound of crashing waves. The warm tropical climate, stunning beaches, and active volcanoes make Hawaii the holiday destination we all can’t stop dreaming about… But you might have to, because thanks to United Airlines, you’ll finally get a chance to make it happen!
Celebrating 70 Years of Service
In order to celebrate 70 years of service, United Airlines “Says Aloha to More Hawaii” by adding more ways to get to the Hawaiian Islands than any other airline. Starting December 20, the number of its routes will rise up to a total of 40 daily flights from the mainland to the Aloha State.
This will cause a massive price drop, which you’ll be able to take advantage of, even if you wind up flying American, Hawaiian, or any other airline.
“Today’s announcement carries a very special significance for our customers,” said Jake Cefolia, United’s vice president of Sales. “By adding these flights we are thrilled to make Hawaii more accessible than ever for our customers traveling from the Midwest, Rocky Mountain, and West Coast regions.”
The airline will also continue operating service to Honolulu from all seven domestic hubs in Chicago, Denver, Huston, Los Angeles, New York/Newark, San Francisco, Washington D.C., plus Guam and Tokyo.
Cheap, Convenient Travel
“Denver becomes major gateway to Hawaii, connecting more than 90 mainland cities to Honolulu, Kona, Lihue, and Maui,” states their original announcement
The company ensures, that this year, your trip to paradise on earth will be cheaper and way more convenient. What were once seasonal-only flights from Denver to Kona, Lihue, and Maui, and Chicago to Maui, are soon to be daily year-round!
“United Airlines has been a leader in air travel between the mainland and Hawaii for 70 years and the airline continues to deliver positive benefits in our communities,” said Ford Fuchigami, Director of Hawaii’s Department of Transportation.
“We look forward to welcoming more flights and visitors to Hawaii and another 70 years of partnership.”
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