As is always the case for my travels to Vegas, I flew Hawaiian Airlines. This time, though, I upgraded myself. So let’s take a look at Hawaiian Extra Comfort red-eye service from Honolulu to Las Vegas.
Remember how I never had any desire to go to Vegas? It’s ironic how much I find myself there these days given that sentiment. And I’ll continue to go despite my dismal Las Vegas experience earlier this year.
For our final jump home, Mrs. Island Miler and I took a more traditional Alaska flight aboard Alaska Airlines 893 SEA-HNL in Premium Class. It was also our first encounter with Alaska’s post-merger catering.
While in Seattle, we had three and a half hours between our arrival and the initial boarding call to our final flight home. So, we decided to kill some time at the Centurion Lounge Seattle.
To get home from San Francisco, we needed to take two flights. The first flight, Alaska Airlines 1837 was our final Virgin America flight. Well, sort of. Technically it’s already an Alaska flight, but the service was still Virgin.
Since the Centurion Lounge San Francisco was a disaster, Mrs. Island Miler and I left and headed to Terminal 2. There, we headed to Napa Farms Market – where you should visit at SFO.