Avis Budget Group Partners With Hawaiian Airlines

Avis Budget Group has entered into a multiyear agreement with Hawaiian Airlines.

As the carrier's car rental partner, Avis Budget Group will promote its Avis Car Rental, Budget Car Rental and Payless Car Rental brands, products and services to Hawaiian Airlines' guests and members of HawaiianMiles frequent flyer travel rewards program.

(Photo courtesy of Tomás Del Coro via Wikimedia.)
(Photo courtesy of Tomás Del Coro via Wikimedia.)

"Hawaii continues to be a popular destination for travelers visiting from, not only the U.S. mainland, but also from other countries around the world. In fact, Hawaii has a large inbound travel market from Australia and countries across Asia," said Stephen Wright, senior vice president, global travel, partnerships and associations, Avis Budget Group. "We're excited to be selected as the exclusive car rental provider for Hawaiian Airlines and provide their guests with convenient access to our portfolio of mobility solutions."

"Avis Budget Group has been a valued HawaiianMiles partner for more than 15 years," said Bryan Kapeckas, managing director of loyalty and travel products, Hawaiian Airlines. "This enhanced partnership outlines our shared commitment to delivering superior customer service to guests and HawaiianMiles members as they continue their journey throughout the Hawaiian Islands."

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