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Hawaiian hikes bag fee for interisland service

MEDIA RELEASE

Hawaiian Airlines has announced it will change its baggage service fee for the first piece of checked luggage on interisland flights from $10 to $17, effective Sept. 1, 2011.

All other baggage fees for travel on Hawaiian remain unchanged.

The following are exempt from the change:

* Members of Hawaiian’s Premier, Pualani Gold and Pualani Platinum clubs

* Corporate members who book their tickets through Hawaiian’s corporate portal

* Customers traveling in first class

* Active U.S. military personnel traveling on military or government fares

* Car seats, infant carriers, or strollers when customers are traveling with a child

* Wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, canes, and other personal assistive devices

Glenn Taniguchi, Hawaiian’s senior vice president of marketing and sales, said the change will be the first that Hawaiian has instituted for interisland service since September 2009.

“We have changed other fees in step with the rest of the airline industry but have held the line on interisland baggage fees for the past two years. Unfortunately, increasing costs of operation make this adjustment unavoidable,” Taniguchi said. “Our fees for interisland service remain lower than anywhere else in our system.”

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