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After announcing service to Hawaii from Fresno and Las Vegas, Allegiant plans to expand non-stop service to Hawaii from four more cities. Per the Allegiant press release, here are the new cities added with non-stop Hawaii service along with the date service will begin and introductory low fares.
Bellingham, Wash. — begins November 15 with fares as low as $159 each way
Eugene, Ore. — begins November 17 with fares as low as $179 each way
Santa Maria, Calif. — begins November 17 with fares as low as $199 each way
Stockton, Calif. — begins November 18 with fares as low as $199 each way
In addition to Honolulu (HNL) service , Allegiant will begin flying to Maui (OGG) in November.
Bellingham, Wash. — begins November 14 with fares as low as $199 each way
Here’s the fine print that goes with the introductory fares:
Seats are limited. Fares are one-way and not available on all flights. Must be purchased by May 21, 2012, for travel by Jan. 15, 2013. Prices include PFC, segment tax and Sept. 11th security fee of up to $10.80 per segment. A segment is one take-off and one landing. A convenience fee of $10 per segment, per passenger is included in the introductory one-way fare. A fee of $14.99 per segment, will apply when purchased through Allegiant call centers. Purchases made at any Allegiant Airport Ticket Office will not incur a convenience or call center fee. For ticket counter hours of operation, please visit allegiant.com. Baggage fees of up to $35 per bag, per segment will apply to one carry-on and the first two (2) checked bags. For baggage fees, please visit allegiant.com. Additional higher fees will apply for three or more checked bags. Fare rules, routes and schedules are subject to change without notice. Restrictions apply.
And, lastly, if you live in Northern Colorado, you might like this news from the Reporter-Herald:
Beginning in late June, a Northern Colorado traveler can board a commercial airliner in Loveland and fly with one stop to Honolulu and, with another stop, back home — all on the same airline.
And, theoretically, the round-trip cost would be about half that from Denver International Airport to Hawaii.
Will you be flying Allegiant to Hawaii?