Little luxuries


Hawaiian Airlines plans to have first class cabins installed on all its interisland aircraft by April. They're for those who demand the very best, even if it means not being afforded enough time on the 15-minute flight between Maui and Kauai to really enjoy the extra legroom or consume half of a premium-liquor cocktail.

The Travel Industry Association unveiled a four-point strategy that it intends to implement: Promoting inbound tourism, industry lobbying, improving research and trumpeting the industry's impact on the economy. Strangely, the strategy does not include a plan to push for a redesign of those car rental shuttle buses at the airport so that you could just throw your luggage in a curb-level cargo area instead of dragging it up those steps and cramming it that crazy rack that won't fit everybody's bags anyway so invariably I end up with my biggest suitcase on my lap all the way to the rental office. Maybe next year, TIA?


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