Aloha Airlines Announces Southern California Schedule

Aloha Will Offer Five Flights a Day From Orange County and Two From San Diego

HONOLULU, Jan. 26 /PRNewswire/ — Aloha Airlines today announced its schedule for expanding Aloha’s Hawaii service from ultra-convenient John Wayne Airport in Orange County. With the addition of a second daily flight to Honolulu and a second to Maui, Aloha Airlines will operate five daily departures from Orange County, inviting travelers to avoid the traffic and congestion of LAX, and fly to Hawaii with far less hassle.

Beginning April 3, four convenient morning departures daily — two to Maui, one to Honolulu and one to Kona, will provide a tempting array of options for getting to any of Hawaii’s islands in time to enjoy a day on the beach. In addition, a new early-evening flight to Honolulu will make it possible to put in a day’s work before taking off, or make same-day connections through Orange County to other places in Hawaii.

“An in-depth analysis of Aloha’s routes and schedules revealed a strong demand for our brand of transpacific service from Orange County to Hawaii,” said David A. Banmiller, Aloha’s president and chief executive officer. “We are confident the market will continue to grow as Southern Californians become aware of the comfort, convenience and quality of Aloha’s flights to Hawaii.”

Aloha to add a second flight from San Diego

In addition, Aloha also announced that it is increasing service to San Diego, its newest destination.

Beginning April 3, Aloha will operate a daily non-stop from San Diego International Airport to Honolulu. The new flight complements Aloha’s current daily non-stop between San Diego and Maui, which began on December 15, 2004.

Still time to get a great fare

Travelers who book online at www.AlohaAirlines.com between now and January 31, may take advantage of Aloha’s Winter/Spring fare sale. Fares for midweek flights to Hawaii from Orange County and San Diego for travel through February 15 start as low as $169 each way, with taxes and fees additional. Fares from Orange County and San Diego to Honolulu for midweek travel between February 16 and March 10, or between April 19 and June 15 start as low as $209 each way, with taxes and fees additional. Restrictions apply. Details are available at www.AlohaAirlines.com.

Aloha’s April Schedules between Southern California and Hawaii
(Nonstops unless noted: + indicates one-stop service)

From Orange County (SNA)
To: Flight Dep. Arr. Frequency
Maui AQ493 7:30 am 10:10 am Mon-Sat
Maui AQ493 7:50 am 10:30 am Sun
Kona AQ485 8:30 am 11:12 am Daily
Maui AQ483 9:30 am 12:10 pm Daily
Honolulu AQ481 10:30 am 1:23 pm Daily
Honolulu AQ487 8:00 pm 10:53 pm Daily
Hilo AQ481/68+ 10:30 am 4:54 pm Daily
Kauai AQ481/241+ 10:30 am 3:35 pm Daily

From Hawaii to Orange County (SNA)
From: Flight Dep. Arr. Frequency
Maui AQ494 10:40 am 6:44 pm Daily
Kona AQ486 11:40 am 7:48 pm Daily
Honolulu AQ482 11:55 am 8:14 pm Daily
Maui AQ484 2:00 pm 10:04 pm Daily
Honolulu AQ488 11:55 pm 8:14 am* Daily
*next day
Hilo AQ45/482+ 9:28 am 8:14 pm Daily
Kauai AQ220/482+ 9:30 am 8:14 pm Daily

From San Diego (SAN)
To: Flight Dep. Arr. Frequency
Maui AQ475 9:51 am 12:45 pm Daily
Honolulu AQ471 5:55 pm 8:56 pm Daily
Kona AQ475/5262+ 9:51 am 12:45 pm Daily

From Hawaii to San Diego (SAN)
From: Flight Dep. Arr. Frequency
Honolulu AQ472 8:18 am 4:42 pm Daily
Maui AQ476 11:35 am 7:35 pm Daily
Kona AQ85/472+ 6:55 am 4:42 pm Daily
Hilo AQ41/472+ 6:43 am 4:42 pm Mon-Sat
Kauai AQ268/472+ 6:55 am 4:42 pm Mon-Sat

Aloha to end Burbank and Vancouver service

In order to reposition aircraft for the added Orange County and San Diego flights, Aloha will be discontinuing service to Burbank and Vancouver. Effective February 1, Aloha’s Burbank-Reno service will be suspended. On April 3, all service from Burbank will be discontinued. Then, on April 11, Aloha’s service to Vancouver will end. Reservations will continue to be taken through the last day of service. Passengers booked on future Aloha flights to and from Burbank and Vancouver will be re-accommodated.

Aloha is Hawaii’s favorite airline

Aloha’s transpacific routes are operated with next-generation Boeing 737-700 aircraft. With 12 seats in First Class and 112 in Coach, travelers fly with less crowding and in comfort with Aloha’s passenger-friendly service. Hawaii-bound travelers love Aloha’s convenient schedules, affordable fares, and award-wining in-flight service featuring all-leather seats, complimentary Mai Tai cocktails, free movies and a fresh tasty meal. All that and warm chocolate-chip cookies served with cold milk!

In addition to the West Coast gateways of Burbank, Orange County and San Diego, Aloha serves Oakland and Sacramento, California, and Las Vegas and Reno, Nevada. Aloha also operates daily service between Orange County and Reno and San Diego and Reno.

Founded in 1946, Aloha Airlines is Hawaii’s favorite airline, providing the highest level of customer service on more than 600 flights a week between the Islands of Hawaii.

For information or to book online, visit www.AlohaAirlines.com, or call Aloha Airlines at 1-877-TRY ALOHA.

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