Other Domestic Airline News

Kevin Berry, Meghan CoyleSeptember 4, 2020
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Other domestic airline news

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Sept. 3 - Hawaiian Airlines Abandons Change Fees

The flurry of changes to change fees isn't over quite yet. Hawaiian Airlines has joined in, eliminating change fees for all travelers who buy for main cabin, Extra Comfort or first/premium cabin class seats. The fees will still apply to basic economy fares. Change fees are also waived for award flights. Unlike American, United or Delta, Hawaiian's fee waiver applies to all of its destinations, including between Hawaii and the U.S. mainland, its international destinations and within the Hawaiian Islands.

Aug. 19 - Hawaii Extends Strict Travel Policy to Oct. 1

If you were one of the potential travelers that had their eye on Hawaii’s Sept. 1 date to pull back its statewide visitor policy — requiring a 14-day quarantine for all arriving travelers — you’ll have to wait a little longer. Hawaii Governor David Ige announced that any change to the quarantine policy, which would allow visitors with a recent negative COVID-19 test to skip the quarantine and move around the islands freely, will be delayed until at least Oct. 1.

June 2 - Hawaiian Airlines Discontinues HawaiianMiles Shopping Portal

HawaiianMiles members have just lost one way to earn miles. The airline ended its HawaiianMiles Online Mall program, a shopping portal that allowed members to earn miles for making purchases from certain retailers. Shoppers who bought on June 1, 2020, or before will still receive the miles from their purchases. Hawaiian Airlines says to allow four to six weeks for the miles to be deposited into members’ accounts.

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