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Delta Philadelphia to Hawaii $457 all-in 10,000+ MQM’s

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This would make a great January vacation and maybe a mileage run. WIDE OPEN availability!

Here are the details:
DL: PHL-HNL $457 (4.4cpm) 10336MQM’s
Wide open JAN2013
PHL-ATL-HNL-ATL-PHL
$457 all in
4.4 cpm
10336 MQM’s
triple connects open to via MEM, SLC & LAX
Fare Code – TR00A0SC
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5 Comments

  1. HNL deals seem all over right now, also OGG.

    What’s up, is Delta trying to wipe out a competitor?

    Are the islands desperate to gets butts in hotels and subsidizing?

    I was on a 757 to HNL recently and there were lots of empty seats. Had vacancies in the exit row, and lots of single individuals stretched out across rows sleeping in the back.

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