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Today is the last day to book flights to Hawaii using American Airlines miles.
You can book flights through July 27, 2016.
So start planning your next trip to Hawaii now. Because you will no longer be able to book award flights to Hawaii on September 1, 2015.
If you want to fly on Hawaiian Airlines.
Who Should Book Flights to Hawaii Today
After September 1, 2015, you can still use American Airlines miles to book flights to Hawaii on American Airlines and Alaska Airlines.
Which is a big relief if you have other options to fly to Hawaii. But not so great news if you live in other cities where you have limited options or if you have a connecting flight.
I’ve put together a list of flights you should book today if you want to redeem American Airlines miles to Hawaii on Hawaiian Airlines.
Even if you don’t live in any of these originating cities, you might need to connect through them to get to Hawaii.
- Las Vegas to Honolulu
- Los Angeles to Honolulu
- Oakland to Honolulu
- Phoenix to Honolulu
- Portland to Honolulu
- New York (JFK) to Honolulu
- Sacramento to Honolulu
- San Diego to Honolulu
- San Francisco to Honolulu
- San Jose to Honolulu
- Seattle to Honolulu
- Los Angeles to Kauai
- Los Angeles to Maui
- Oakland to Maui
- Sacramento to Maui
- San Francisco to Maui
- San Jose to Maui
- Seattle to Maui
Today is the last day to book Hawaii flights using American Airlines miles on Hawaiian Airlines.
You won’t be able to redeem American Airlines miles for flights to Hawaii starting September 1, 2015.
You can book Hawaiian Airlines flights through July 27, 2016. So you don’t need to take a last minute trip to Hawaii, you just need to book it now.
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