Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Allegiant adds flights Honolulu of Boise and Spokane

Boise and Spokane would be the next "gateway cities" in Hawaii? This is what Hawaii Tourism Authority President Mike McCartney said, after that Allegiant Air announced today more service nonstop to the Islands. The company will begin flights from Idaho and Washington State in early February, making Allegiant the first airlines to offer service both cities nonstop to Hawaii.

Allegiant Air

"Entry of the Allegiant on Hawaii market has opened new State gateway cities," McCartney said in a press release. "We are pleased to allow direct service of Boise, Idaho and Spokane, Washington and look forward to the support of Allegiant service and promoting unique experiences to our customers in the Hawaiian Islands."

Get your tickets while they are still available for sale on the price of introduction, which is as low as $180 one way. International in Honolulu in Spokane airport flights began February 9, 2013, while flights to Boise starting a day before. Flights must be purchased by August 14, 2012 for the trip by April 16, 2013.

Allegiant announced earlier this year service of seven current markets a market in Maui and Honolulu. The president of the carrier, Andrew Levy, said in a press release that "we are delighted to increase our presence in Hawaii so quickly" and "to anticipate the new service be popular."

Photo credit: Allegiant Air

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