If you are not yet a member of the program, follow the link to sign up. See current offers for Hawaii hotels, car rentals, and free miles at the "Hawaiian Miles Partner Specials" link at the right of the page.
Government workers, military members, first class passengers, and other groups are eligible for two free checked bags.
Become a Hawaiian Miles member to get discounted bag check fees.
Hawaiian Miles card holders can pool and share miles with others, whether they are card holders or not.
Parents can check car seats, strollers, and baby carrying seats for no charge.
About Hawaiian Airlines
According to ancient Greek myth, Icarus made himself a pair of wings so that he could fly to Hawaii for free. We all know how that turned out, so hop on Hawaiian Airlines for rates that are second-best to free. Hawaiian Airlines is Hawaii's largest airline serving approximately six million passengers a year. In addition to having eight destinations on the Hawaiian islands, they also fly to Tahiti, American Samoa, China, Japan, and Australia. Flights on this airline offer signature Hawaiian hospitality - yes, you even get a lei when you land. You can search not only for flights, but car rentals, hotels, and attractions on their site, which also features travel guides and maps, making planning your next big getaway a breeze. When you buy your next flight with Hawaiian Airlines deals found on Savings.com, you make affording that vacation a breeze, as well!
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