Aloha Airlines Announces Convenient New Service Between Orange County and Sacramento, California

HONOLULU, March 6 /PRNewswire/ — Aloha Airlines, which provides the only daily non-stops direct from John Wayne Airport to Honolulu, Maui and Kona, is adding convenient service between Orange County and Sacramento, beginning May 2, 2006.

Aloha’s 7:30 a.m. departure from Orange County will be the first flight of the day to Sacramento.

“The convenience of an early-morning departure from John Wayne and an evening return flight makes it possible for travelers to do a full slate of business in the State Capital and return to Orange County, all in a day’s work,” said Thom Nulty, Aloha’s Sr. Vice President of Marketing and Sales. “And of course, Aloha’s new non-stop to Sacramento gives Orange County residents another reason not to make that awful drive up to LAX.”

Flight 467 will originate in Orange County, stopping in Sacramento and continuing non-stop to Kahului, Maui. Flight 468 is a non-stop between Maui and Sacramento that will continue on to Orange County.

Orange County to Sacramento
Flight Departs Arrives Frequency
467 7:30 AM 8:55 AM Daily except Sunday

Sacramento to Orange County
Flight Departs Arrives Frequency
468 8:15 PM 9:35 PM Daily except Saturday

Now in its 60th year of service to Hawaii, Aloha has been serving John Wayne Airport with non-stops direct to Hawaii since 2000. With the addition of Sacramento service, Aloha offers six convenient flights a day from its Southern California mini-hub at John Wayne Airport, including flights to Honolulu, Maui, Kona, Las Vegas and Reno/Tahoe. Other Aloha non-stops to Hawaii depart daily from San Diego and Oakland.

Travelers love Aloha’s all-leather seats and award-winning in-flight service aboard Boeing 737-700 aircraft. For information on fares and schedules, visit today. At customers can sign up for AlohaPass miles and e-mail notification of our lowest fares. The convenience of online check-in is also available.

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