Courtesy of a little bird, American Airlines is releasing a significant amount of premium cabin space to Hawaii next summer.
Checking for 2 seats, on the more common routes, we see a good amount of availability for DFW-OGG:
Perhaps you’d rather go to Kailua-Kona, well, the direct flight there is from LAX, so here’s LAX-KOA:
And of course, you want to get home, so here is KOA-LAX:
And for those of you with families, DFW-HNL has at least 4 seats on more than a handful of dates:
and returning HNL-DFW, you’re also in luck:
Hawaii is always a fun place to visit. It is even more fun to visit when you can make it there on miles in a premium cabin. Even better, in my opinion, is the ability to make it there on one of the Dallas-Fort Worth non-stops to either Maui or Honolulu where you can fly in an angled lay flat seat on a 767. I’ll admit, it isn’t an amazing seat, but it is one of the best seats you will get to Hawaii, and I can attest to the seat being more than comfortable for a few hours of shut-eye, although I flew it 14 hours to Shanghai.
So, are you going to jump on this amazing availability?
2 thoughts on “Wide Open Award Space to Hawaii for Labor Day 2016 on American Airlines!”
I totally agree! I’m a little jealous of West Coaster’s considering they can more easily make the hop over for a long weekend.