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Allegiant expands Hawaii service with new Phoenix flight

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 08:34 a.m. HST, Aug 21, 2012

 BSN ALLEGIANT- 11 APRIL 2012-  Allegiant Air, which is entering the Hawaii market in June for the first time, flew a Boeing 757 into Honolulu International Airport for a FAA test flight on Wednesday afternoon. The routes will be three days a week from Las Vegas-Honolulu and once a week from Fresno-Honolulu. Honolulu Star-Advertiser photo by Cindy Ellen Russell


Allegiant Airlines is continuing to expand its Hawaii service and will begin a new route from Honolulu to Phoenix, Ariz.  in February, the airline announced today

The three-times-weekly, nonstop flight service between Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport and Honolulu International Airport will commence Feb. 7 with an introductory price of $199 one way, available on flights through April 16.

Bookings at that rate are available through Aug. 28 and do not include baggage fees and other charges.

The airline began three-times-weekly service to Honolulu from Las Vegas in June and also flies from  Fresno, Calif., to Honolulu. In November, Allegiant will add two flights a week from Bellingham, Wash., to both Honolulu and Maui; a second weekly flight from Fresno; and weekly flights from Eugene, Ore., and the California cities of Monterey, Santa Maria and Stockton. 

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vegaskitsu wrote:
So is Allegiant actually flying on time now or do passengers still sit at the gate for 1-2 hours?? I flew Allegiant recently and spent almost 2 hours at the gate going from Honolulu to Las Vegas, and over 1 hour at the gate returning from Las Vegas. No apology or free beverage/snack to make up for the delay. Everyone I've spoken to who flew Allegiant from Hawaii experienced the same delays. And how about those seat backs that DO NOT RECLINE? Do you know how uncomfortable it is to sit in a narrow airline seat bolt upright for 1 to 2 hours at the gate, 5 to 6 hours flight time, then another 45 minutes deplaning? Add to that you don't get a blanket or pillow for the flight, you have to purchase ANY beverage or food item (no cash, credit card only), there is NO inflight movie because there are NO screens, and it makes for a very unpleasant experience. Also, if you are bringing your own beverage or food item onto the plane, it must fit into either your free personal carryon item (about the size of a purse) or the additional carryon that you paid $25 to $30 just for the privilege of bringing it on the plane and being strictly limited on size by rude Allegiant personnel. I pity anyone who pays good money to be subjected to this.
on August 21,2012 | 10:09AM
frings wrote:
Do you know how uncomfortable it is to sit behind some squatty lardo that thinks he/she needs to RECLINE their seat for that extra 2 inches of space to the detriment of the 6'2" person sitting behind them?
on August 21,2012 | 03:33PM
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