Alaska Airlines Offers Nonstop Flight from Anchorage to Kona, HI

Alaska Airlines is beginning a new weekly, seasonal service between Anchorage and Kona, Hawaii.

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by Associated Press

Alaska Airlines is beginning a new weekly, seasonal service between Anchorage and Kona, Hawaii.

The nonstop seasonal service to Kona begins Nov. 10 and ends
April 7, 2013. The new service complements the airline's year-round
daily service to Honolulu and seasonal service to Maui.

Alaska Airlines will celebrate its new service to Kona
throughout the summer by giving away 49 tickets to Hawaii at fairs,
on local radio stations and at other community events.

The Seattle-based airline is pricing introductory tickets
starting at $249.



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Madgic said on Friday, Aug 29 at 9:46 PM

I was interested to hear that Hawaiian used to fly from Alaska. I hope they start doing so again before we get to Alaska (my favourite airline!)

MAD said on Thursday, Dec 6 at 3:30 PM

The Airlines love to fly us down to Seattle, or LA then over to Hawaii (just to rip off Alaskans more)...We used to always have direct flights with Hawaiian Air.

Stephen Link said on Friday, Jun 29 at 3:25 PM

Where can you possibly stop between Alaska and Hawaii?

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