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$700 Fare Change On “No-Change-Fee” $100 Hawaii Airfare

It’s never pleasant to have to change travel plans. How three Hawaii-centric airlines handle changes.

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56 thoughts on “$700 Fare Change On “No-Change-Fee” $100 Hawaii Airfare”

  1. Hawaiian Airlines saying no change fees are deceptive. They won’t honor the internet fare and give you a much higher quote. I had the same exact experience with Hawaiian Airlines. I wanted to leave two days earlier on the same flight and they quoted my $300 per person additional when the website reflected tickets at the same price I paid. I then suggested a flight that was not non stop to close the gap. After an hour, they said it would be an extra $200 per ticket.
    The agent then suggested that I keep trying back. I said I didn’t have an hour a day to waste on the phone for a jacked up fair. This will be the last trip with Hawaiian.


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