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Flights from Honolulu to Cleveland are $300 cheaper than a standard trip on a United Airlines flight from Cleveland, the airline said Thursday.
Flights to Cleveland on Thursday included a return flight from Portland to Cleveland, two trips to Fort Lauderdale, two to Cleveland’s Little Caesars Arena, and two trips from Cleveland to Cleveland International Airport.
A trip to Cleveland is now $290 cheaper than the same trip from Portland, United said.
United’s announcement comes a day after a United flight from Minneapolis to Cleveland cost $350, a $50 discount from a similar flight on United’s own website.
The airline’s website said Thursday’s flights were for “personal use.”
The airline had previously said that flights to Hawaii were cheaper than flights to Chicago.
Fliers were able to buy the same flight tickets at United, but it did not provide information on the exact price.
United had a $1.8 billion contract with Hawaiian Airlines, but Hawaiian’s contract was cancelled after the Hawaiian Airlines planes crashed in a storm last week.
Flares to Honolulu, which is located about 200 miles (320 kilometers) south of Honolulu, are on average about $1,500, United Airlines said.
Hawaiian Airlines says it will fly a total of 3,000 passengers between Honolulu and Cleveland.
United, which was founded in 1996 and now has about 1,600 employees, has about 4,700 employees in the U.S. The carrier was founded by Jeffery Hopkins in 1978, and he sold it to Delta Airlines in 2009.