Now that the dust has settled and Allegiant Air's special, and short lived, introductory rates for their new Hawaii flights have passed, we can get a better idea of what their rate structure to Hawaii will be, at least for the next few months.
In case you missed it, Allegiant will be starting direct non-stop flights to Honolulu in late June from Fresno, California and Las Vegas, Nevada. In November they will begin flights from five additional west coast cities including a direct flight from Bellingham, Washington to Kahului, Maui.
Flights will be offered two or three times a week and the cost of airfare varies widely depending on the city of origin, date of week, and several other factors.
Allegiant also charges baggage fees as well as a fee for carry-on's stowed in the overhead bins. These fees are "per bag, per segment," so, if you're traveling from one of the other 80+ airports that Allegiant serves, these costs could add up quickly.
If, however, you live in or near one of these cities from which direct flights will be offered, the price may be right for you. Be sure to compare prices before you book any airfare using a service such as kayak.com.
For more details, check out our feature, Allegiant Air Announces Flights to Hawaii.