UPDATE: Kona-to-Haneda Round-Trip Winner to Be Announced

June 7, 2017, 10:03 AM HST
* Updated June 15, 11:00 AM
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UPDATE: June 15, 2017

The winner of the Kona to Haneda-Tokyo round trip for two, sponsored by Hawaiian Airlines and the Island of Hawaiʻi Visitors Bureau, in partnership with Pacific Media Group, will be announced on Friday, June 23, 2017, on KAPA Radio, Home of Hawaii’s Music, at 100.3 FM and online.

Stay tuned and have your phone close by!

Book nonstop tickets from Kona to Haneda-Tokyo online.

PREVIOUS POST: June 7, 2017

Hawaiian Airlines and the Island of Hawaiʻi Visitors Bureau, in partnership with Pacific Media Group, have announced a special round-trip ticket giveaway.

One winner will receive a free trip for two to Tokyo, Japan, from Kona, Hawai‘i, courtesy of Hawaiian Airlines, now flying nonstop to Haneda (Tokyo International Airport) from Kona three times a week.

  • Round-trip economy-class tickets for two on Hawaiian Airlines from Kona to Tokyo Haneda
  • Hotel accommodations for two for four days.

There is no purchase necessary to enter. This promotion is open to legal Big Island residents ages 18 and over at the time of entry.


Registration for the promotion ends at 11:59 p.m., HST, on June 10, 2017.

Go online, read the rules and enter your email address for a chance to win.

Hawaiian Airlines celebrated the launch of its nonstop service between Haneda and Kona International Airports back in December 2016. It was the first service to bring flights back from Japan to the Big Island since 2010.


Hawaiian Airlines currently offers tri-weekly services between Haneda in Tokyo and Kona.

It was estimated back in December that the new tri-weekly Haneda-Kona service would add $56 million in annual visitor spending.

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