Allegiant Airlines announced Wednesday it will be adding flights to Hawaii. The airline will begin service between Monterey, California and Honolulu, Hawaii scheduled to begin November 16. Allegiant is offering special introductory fares as low as $199 to promote early bookings.
This most recent addition of flights to Hawaii goes along with the upcoming new departures from Fresno, California and Las Vegas, Nevada which are set to begin this June.
Flights to Hawaii from smaller airports
Monterey is the not the only airport in the Allegiant network to begin scheduling flights to Hawaii. Other cities on the list for November are Bellingham, Washington and Eugene, Oregon along with Stockton and Santa Maria in California. Oahu is not the only island Allegiant will fly to, as Kahului, Maui will have service from Bellingham as well.
The company has been expanding and adding new departures for the last few years. Allegiant’s business model is aimed at secondary airports and leisure travelers in the winter months, hence the expansion of Pacific northwest cities.
To promote these new flights Allegiant is offering huge discounts on their fares. For example, flights to Hawaii from Monterey are as low as $199 and must be purchased by June 5, 2012 for travel before January 5, 2013.
Why wintertime is a great time for a Hawaiian Vacation
Winter is a great time to take a Hawaiian vacation. You can escape the blustery weather of your hometown and quickly find yourself in a tropical paradise. Hawaii is beautiful and sunny all year round, but it rains more frequently in the winter. And rain in Hawaii is weird; it will be sunny and raining at the same time. Depending on where you’re coming from the weather here is certain to be better, or at least warmer.
Winter in Hawaii also means waves! North pacific storms send huge swells directly at Hawaii, with the North Shore of Oahu at the epicenter. Every year thousands of spectators gather around spots like the Banzai Pipeline, Sunset Beach
, and Waimea Bay
to see daring surfers ride gigantic and deadly waves.
You can see the big winter waves on these spectacular beaches by taking a North Shore tour with us