Here’s a press release from Alaska Airlines, which is offering deals on flights to Hawaii. Looks like Bellingham has the least expensive deals:
SEATTLE, Feb. 28, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Alaska Airlines launched a sale today with low fares to Hawaii’s most popular vacation destinations from several West Coast cities and Alaska, including Anchorage, Alaska, Bellingham, Wash., and Oakland, San Jose, Sacramento and San Diego, Calif. One-way fares start as low as $159* from the West Coast and $259* from Alaska.
Fares are valid for travel starting May 1 from the West Coast and from June 10, 2011, from the state of Alaska. Tickets must be purchased by March 9, 2011, and travel end dates vary, as noted below.
“Travel to Hawaii has never been more affordable,” said Joe Sprague, Alaska Airlines’ vice president of marketing. “With our increased service from the West Coast to Hawaii, our travelers have more flights to choose from and great low fares on Alaska’s award-winning service to the Islands.”
Sample one-way fares:
Between One-way fare
Bellingham, Wash., and Honolulu $159*
Oakland, Calif., and Kauai $169*
San Jose, Calif., and Kauai $169*
San Jose, Calif., and the Big Island of Hawaii $189*
San Diego, Calif., and Maui $199*
Anchorage, Alaska, and Honolulu $259*
Fairbanks, Alaska, and Honolulu $279*
* See terms and conditions below for more
Travel end dates: Travel must be completed by May 28, 2011, between Sacramento and Maui, Oakland and the Big Island of Hawaii, San Jose and Maui, and San Jose and the Big Island of Hawaii. Travel must be completed by June 9, 2011, between Oakland and Kauai, San Jose and Kauai, San Diego and Maui, and Bellingham and Honolulu. Travel must be completed by August 22, 2011, between Alaska and Honolulu.
Not all flights operate every day, and blackout dates apply. A complete list of fares and days of travel is available at www.alaskaair.com or by calling 1-800-ALASKAAIR (800-252-7522 or TTY/TDD line 800-392-0228).
All Hawaii flights are operated with Boeing 737-800 aircraft, accommodating 16 passengers in first class and 141 in the main cabin. Inflight service includes meals for purchase in the main cabin, complimentary meal service in first class, and Alaska Airlines’ digEplayer, a personal entertainment system offering a variety of movies, television shows, music and other features.