Decked out in Hawaiian shirts and signature leis, the Hawaiian Airlines team joined Hawaii Tourism Oceania and travel industry guests at Sydney’s Grace Hotel to kick off the inaugural Flavours of Hawaii Food Festival.
Until 30 June, food and travel enthusiasts can discover Hawaii’s unique and interesting culinary history, from traditional Hawaiian dishes to multicultural modern cuisine, prepared by two of Hawaii’s best-known chefs.
During the event, Hawaiian Airlines and Hawaii Tourism Oceania are getting into the aloha spirit by giving guests the chance to win a $5,000 trip for two to Honolulu, flying Hawaiian Airlines.
Pictured from left to right are David Brown, regional chef and international pastry chef, Sherilyn Robinson, Hawaiian Airlines’ General Manager of Sales and Marketing, Philip Pratley, General Manager of the Grace Hotel, Alan Tsuchiyama, renowned Hawaiian chef, and Helen Williams, Hawaii Tourism Oceania.
Hawaiian Airlines operates daily flights from Sydney to Honolulu and from 28 November will operate three weekly flights from Brisbane, with onward connections to the neighbour islands of Maui, Kauai and Hawaii Island, plus 11 US mainland destinations.