Thursday, April 11, 2013

Nonstop Flights From Spokane to Hawaii To Be Temporarily Suspended

The Spokesman-Review reports that Allegiant Air plans to “temporarily” halt flights to Hawaii from Spokane and several other U.S. cities, including Boise and Eugene. The last Spokane flight to Honolulu will leave on Aug. 10.

Allegiant launched the weekly nonstop flights to Hawaii from Spokane in February. The Las Vegas-based airline said the seasonal suspension of flights from Boise, Eugene, Phoenix, Fresno, Stockton and Santa Maria, CA is related to declining travel during the late summer and fall.

The flights to and from Hawaii are expected to resume in the winter and during the busy spring season.

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