An island destination just might be in your near future, thanks to a war between airlines. While war may not be an ideal solution to many problems, everyone benefits when it’s between airlines!
Since last June, we’ve been closely following an airfare war that’s entangled almost every major domestic carrier, including United, Hawaiian, and Alaska Airlines.
And last week, Southwest took the next step toward realizing its Hawaiian ambitions by receiving a permit to operate at Honolulu’s Daniel K. Inouye International Airport.
Yesterday, flights to the Hawaiian Islands plummeted to an all-time low, with tickets from the West Coast selling for a cool $177 round-trip.