World Of Hyatt Hawaiian Airlines Up To 5,000 Bonus HawaiianMiles Per Stay Through December 31, 2019

Written by John Ollila @ LoyaltyLobby

World of Hyatt Hawaiian Airlines Offer 2019World of Hyatt has brought back the bonus miles offer for Hawaiian Airlines frequent flier program stays in the state. HawaiianMiles members earn 1,000 bonus miles per night for up to 5,000 per stay if booked using promotional code HA5KML. There is a minimum stay requirement of two nights. You can access this offer on […]

Read More

How to Book Lie-Flat Seats on Hawaiian Airlines for 40,000 Miles

Written by Summer Hull @ The Points Guy

More than 9 million people visit Hawaii every year, and most of them need to catch a ride on a plane to get to paradise. From the fleet of Southwest 737s flying from the West Coast to Hawaiian Airlines A330s with lie-flat seats operating on the longest route in the United States from Boston to …

Read More

The Westin Vacations and HawaiianMiles Offer For The Westin Ka’anapali Ocean Resort Villas (Maui, Hawaii) (2019) [Targeted Offer]

Written by Flying High On Points @ Flying High On Points

Hot on the heals of my recent Westin Offer for Kauai, I received another Hawaiian offer from Westin Vacations and HawaiianMiles, this time for Maui. Click here for my previous review on a similar offer for the The Westin Ka’anapali Ocean Resort Villas in 2018. The Westin Vacations and HawaiianMiles Offer For The Westin Ka’anapali Ocean […]

The post The Westin Vacations and HawaiianMiles Offer For The Westin Ka’anapali Ocean Resort Villas (Maui, Hawaii) (2019) [Targeted Offer] appeared first on Flying High On Points.

Read More

Hawaiian Airlines Charged Customers How Much?!

Written by Island Miler @ Jeffsetter Travel

There are mistake fares and then there are MISTAKE fares. Last week, there was a massive mistake fare that left many asking Hawaiian Airlines charged customers how much?! Usually, mistake fares are ones in which airlines accidentally (grossly) undercharge for tickets. And while that was certainly the case here, there was another situation that took […]

The post Hawaiian Airlines Charged Customers How Much?! appeared first on Jeffsetter Travel.

Read More

Hawaiian Received an Additional Haneda Slot

Written by Island Miler @ Jeffsetter Travel

As you’ll recall, Hawaiian Air recently applied for an additional three slots at Tokyo Haneda. Unfortunately for the Airline, they didn’t get what they wanted. However, Hawaiian received an additional Haneda slot, so it isn’t a total loss. Last week Friday, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported that Hawaiian Airlines received one of the three slots it […]

The post Hawaiian Received an Additional Haneda Slot appeared first on Jeffsetter Travel.

Read More

Visiting the Grand Canyon With a Family: Where to Camp, Stay and Play

Written by Tana Baer @ The Points Guy

When our daughter was 7 months old, my husband and I took her on a road trip through the Southwest. We flew to Las Vegas from Boston, and planned on visiting California’s desert parks over 10 days. What commenced was an unforgettable camping and hiking experience that brought us through not only California but also …

Read More

American, Delta, Hawaiian and United Get Tentative Approval to Serve Tokyo-Haneda Next Year

Written by Darren Murph @ The Points Guy

Barring any unforeseen snafus, US-based passengers will soon have a lot more options when it comes to flying to Japan. On Thursday, the US Department of Transportatio proposed to select four US airlines — American, Delta, Hawaiian and United — to provide new daytime service to Tokyo’s downtown Haneda airport as early as summer 2020. …

Read More

Delta, United win big in Haneda slot allocation

Written by Seth Miller @ PaxEx.Aero

Delta Air Lines and United Airlines came home the big winners in the most recent allocation of coveted route authorities at Tokyo’s Haneda International Airport. The pair combined for nine of the twelve available slots, with American Airlines and Hawai…

Read More

The Best Ways to Avoid Airline Change and Cancellation Fees on Paid Flights

Written by Jason Steele @ The Points Guy

When the airlines need to change or cancel a flight due to weather, crew scheduling, maintenance or another reason, you, the passenger, are rarely offered compensation. But when you need to change or cancel your own reservations, you can be hit with huge fees. In this post I’ll look at the major domestic carriers’ current …

Read More

My Arduous Journey Home with Hawaiian Air

Written by Island Miler @ Jeffsetter Travel

My flight to Maui was uneventful. But, things went off the rails from there. So here the story of my arduous journey home with Hawaiian Air. For a long time now, my theory has been that half of all flights I take on Hawaiian have issues. And this trend continued during my recent work trip […]

The post My Arduous Journey Home with Hawaiian Air appeared first on Jeffsetter Travel.

Read More

Hawaiian Air Planning to Revive Fukuoka Service

Written by Island Miler @ Jeffsetter Travel

After a five year hiatus, Hawaiian Air is planning to revive Fukuoka Service. But they’re going to operate the route a little differently than last time. So, hopefully, they’ll find more success this time around. Back in 2012, Hawaiian Airlines began service to Fukuoka, Japan. At the time, the route represented the Airline’s third in […]

The post Hawaiian Air Planning to Revive Fukuoka Service appeared first on Jeffsetter Travel.

Read More

World Reef Day 2019 Sweepstakes

Written by Island Miler @ Jeffsetter Travel

Want to win a trip for four to Hawaii? Enter the World Reef Day 2019 Sweepstakes! It’s probably the best Hawaii travel contests I’ve seen this year yet! June 1, 2019, is the inaugural World Reef Day, which is a day for the world to get together, raise awareness, and incite change for our coral […]

The post World Reef Day 2019 Sweepstakes appeared first on Jeffsetter Travel.

Read More

These Are America’s 10 Largest Regional Airlines

Written by Sid Lipsey @ The Points Guy

Quick: Can you name 10 regional airlines? The major domestic airlines are all household names (Delta, American, United, etc.), but only the most hard-core aviation fanatics can shout out the regional airlines. Yet, these are the carriers that the big airlines rely on to ferry passengers to and from areas that are too small and/or …

Read More

Planning a Family Trip to San Diego

Written by Jon Bailey @ The Points Guy

When people think of San Diego, they often conjure up images of sunny days, warm sandy beaches, swaying palm trees and the best tacos this side of the border — and they would be right! This town enjoys balmy weather for most of the year and a pace that offers the perfect blend of outdoor …

Read More