You Could Get a Free Flight to Hawaii If You Book a Norwegian Cruise
Those flying out of five gateway airports on the West Coast will be able to nab free round-trip airfare for their trip to Hawaii.
Norwegian Cruise Line really wants you to try their service from Hawaii. So much so that they’ll pay to get you there.
Travelers who book a trip on the cruise line’s Pride of America ship can get free or reduced round-trip airfare to the ports of Hawaii, according to Travel Weekly.
Those flying out of five gateway airports on the West Coast will be able to nab free round-trip airfare for their trip to Hawaii. Those coming from other western states will be able to get a discounted rate of $299. Travelers flying from Miami to Hawaii will pay $799 in round-trip airfare.
Norwegian is hoping that the airfare deals will lure travelers back to Hawaii. After the eruption of the Kilauea volcano in May, the state experienced a summertime slump in tourism numbers.
On Sept. 22, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park reopened to the public after being closed for about four months. "The destination is open, we just need to spread the word," Norwegian Cruise Line CEO Andy Stuart told Travel Weekly.
The airfare credit is effective from Oct. 4 on all Pride of America cruises from Hawaii. Book quickly as the offer is a limited time deal.