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Allegiant Air expands L.A.-Honolulu service, offers $139 one-way fare

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 02:42 p.m. HST, Feb 04, 2014

Las Vegas-based Allegiant Air is expanding its service between Los Angeles and Honolulu to six days a week from June 4 to Aug. 12.

The discount carrier, which inaurgurated the flight in October, currently flies twice a week between the two cities.

Allegiant said it is offering a sale fare for as low as $139 one way prior to the expanded service. Tickets are not available for all flights and must be purchased by April 15 for travel by May 11.

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localguy wrote:
Lets not forget the Allegiant flight fiasco not that long ago in the Nei. Multiple planes breaking down due to to failure to properly maintain them to standard. Typical for a very low budget airline skimping on everything they can except charging as many fees to passengers as they can. Caveat emptor. [Latin, Let the buyer beware.]
on February 4,2014 | 03:18PM
gmejk wrote:
$139 one way ticket? Can we send some of the current, unsavory occupants of Waikiki, destroying our tourism industry by their own selfish actions, to LA? Maybe they can sleep in front of Disneyland or the Staples Center instead.
on February 4,2014 | 05:55PM
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