Hawaiian Airlines flies to South Pacific

Did you know that Hawaiian Airlines now flies to New Zealand?

Since March 2013, HA has offered nonstop service from Honolulu to Auckland, New Zealand. Planes fly three times a week. Hawaiian Airlines carries an average 8 million customers per year and serves 20 domestic and international destinations. Starting Fall 2013, HA will add two new, exciting destinations to Australia—Sydney and Brisbane. The best part? Travelers from continental USA can take advantage of free stopovers in Hawaii! HA connects to NZ from several cities across the country, including Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose, San Diego, Los Angeles, Sacramento, Las Vegas, and Phoenix.

Planning a vacation in New Zealand? Why not stop in Hawaii? Spend a few unforgettable days on the beach of Waikiki before enjoying the natural mountains and fjords of New Zealand.

Book a Goway holiday from only 1799$ per person (double occupancy) with taxes, which includes:

  •   Roundtrip HA airfare from Los Angeles or Seattle to Auckland with a free stop in Hawaii
  •   Accommodation for four nights at the Copthorne Auckland City hotel
  •   Accommodation for five nights at the Ohana Waikiki West hotel

This package can be modified or upgraded to your preference! Let us book your perfect tropical vacation. This special is valid from 13 May to 18 Jul, and 06 Aug to 03 Oct. Max stay one month. Inquire for more details.

Sneak Peak: Starting in April 2014, Hawaiian Airlines plans to start nonstop service from Honolulu to Beijing. Service is planned to run three times a week.

Call Willamette Intl Travel to book your NZ or Hawaii package today! 503.224.0180 or email info@wittravel.com.

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