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Articles tagged “hawaii”


Hawaii’s Haleakala national park pondering ways to cut down on tourism activities

With all airlines increasing capacity to Hawaii this year & record number of tourists, this push and pull with locals & local environment will continue. Admirable conservation steps forward if cutbacks approved.


Hawaii’s next quarter to be a record one, thanks to growth from China and Korea

Although the U.S. west coast is Hawaii's top market, China and Korea's rapid growth over the past few years speaks to a giant shift in Hawaii's tourism patterns.


More visitors are arriving in Hawaii and they’re bringing more money than before

The U.S. west coast continues to provide many of Hawaii's inbound numbers, but Japan's post-tsunami rebound is treating the islands well, too.


Ellison’s Hawaiian island purchase was a relative bargain (for him)

Forbes' calculations point out that the purchase of Lanai took as much out of Ellison's fortune as the purchase of a used Chevy would hit a simple millionaire.


Oracle’s Larry Ellison buys a Hawaiian island

Ellison is expected to further develop Lanai's tourism infrastructure by improving roads and investing more in two existing resorts (where HP likely won't be holding corporate retreats).


Congressional candidate says Honolulu rail project will cost jobs


The great Waikiki hotel coup d’etat of August 2011

Nine months after the owners of what is now referred to as the Waikiki Modern tossed out Marriott's Edition team, the hotel is struggling to maintain the chain's promise of a contemporary, boutique stay.


Video: Robust demand on the horizon according to Hawaiian Airlines’ CEO


Japan Travel Bureau reinvesting $8M to drive Hawaii bookings