It was a
sunny yet cold morning at Boise Airport as the passengers bound for
Hawaii took their place in line at the Allegiant ticket counter
today. While the temperature outside may have reflected that it's
still winter, the atmosphere inside the ticket lobby was warm with
the 'Aloha' spirit.
To celebrate the inaugural weekly flight to Honolulu, Boise
Airport offered Hawaiian Pineapple sticky muffins and Kona coffee.
On hand to tease the passengers with what awaits them after their
nonstop flight, the Hula Creation dancers performed.
"We are delighted that Allegiant has selected Boise as one of
their new markets for nonstop service to Hawaii," Airport Director,
Rebecca Hupp said. "Throughout the travel industry Allegiant is
well known and respected for the quality and variety of their
vacation packages and affordable prices. The addition of this
nonstop service will be a terrific option for Boise passengers
looking for a great getaway."
Allegiant partners with many of the island's most exciting hotel
properties, provides low-cost car rental service through its
partnership with Alamo Rent a Car, and offers great deals on
activities available on Oahu. Known for its exceptional travel
deals, Allegiant offer fares as low as $140 one way between Boise
and Honolulu. For more information about Allegiant's special fares
and packages, visit allegiant.com.
BOISE AIRPORT (BOI)is a municipally owned entity operating as a
self-supporting enterprise. No City ofBoisegeneral funds are used
to operate the Airport. BOI is served by 6 airlines which
offer daily service to 16 non-stop cities. In 2012, more than 2.6
million passengers traveled through Boise Airport.