Hawaiian Air’s new “Coach Plus” won’t give you any more legroom, or different seats. Now that we’ve gotten the confusion with United’s Economy plus out of the way, here’s what the new offering does give you:
Inter-island. For a cost of $16 extra per flight segment, you’ll receive:
Trans-Pacific. For a cost of $45 extra each way, you’ll receive:
1. Consider Coach Plus when you may need to change flights. The extra cost is nominal in comparison with Hawaiian’s stiff change fees, which start at $150 each way trans-Pacific, and $25 each way, inter-island.
2. It can also save you money if you’ll be checking bags trans-Pacific, where bag fees otherwise vary from $40 to $50 for two bags each way.
3. If you don’t fit into either of these categories, I’d pass.
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