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Hawaiian Airlines has this morning announced plans to move to up to five A330 services a week between Auckland and Honolulu, from 21 March.

The carrier says the move is in response to demand and will offer its passengers greater convenience and flexibility to Hawaii and the US mainland. HA's AKL-HNL flights have also been re-timed from 21 Mar.

Fares for the additional services are on sale now - contact your nearest Mondo Travel specialist now by calling 0800 110 108!


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Thanks to an objectively sweet promotion from the J.W. Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa in Palm Dessert, Calif., guests can now have a whopping 10-pound pink doughnut delivered straight to their door. As the main event of the hotel’s new $219 “Donut Disturb” package, the hefty treat, which measures three feet wide by a foot high, will be wheeled straight to the room with a side of milkshakes when guests are ready for a serious sugar high.

While the lines are fine as to whether the confection is a technically a donut or a cake, FoodBeast reports that the layers of Tahitian vanilla cake, cream, and raspberry jelly smothered with pink cream frosting, macaron crisps and sprinkles classify it as "Homer Simpson's version of heaven."

Included with the purchase of the Donut Disturb package, guests also receive a $50 hotel credit for the spa, dining, or golfing — though it would likely prove difficult to get up from the couch, let alone golf, after chowing down on the doughnut.

Source: Fox News

Image: J.W. Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa


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Cathay Pacific is set to launch non-stop routes ex Hong Kong to Brussels, Dublin and Copenhagen, the carrier has announced.

CX will commence a four times weekly service to the Belgian capital from 25 Mar; while the new four times weekly Hong Kong to Dublin service will be launched 02 Jun; and Denmark’s cultural centre will be served by a three times weekly seasonal service between 02 May and 12 Oct.

The commencement of the new routes will see CX serve 15 European destinations direct from Hong Kong.

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