Hawaii’s Covid Travel offers flights to Florida and California
The Hawaiian travel company CovidTravel has teamed up with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to offer flights to Hawaii and the Florida Keys for a price tag of $10,000.
The travel service will be available to customers with a valid U.s. passport, or with a visa that allows the company to travel to other U. s. destinations, such as Mexico and Canada.
It’s the latest move in the Covid-related travel industry that has grown in popularity in recent years.
The Covid travel company, which offers the ability to book travel on its website, launched its CovidTicket service last year and now offers flights from San Diego to Hawaii.
The company says it has over 1,200 customers in the U, Puerto Rico and Hawaii, with over 400 of those being in the Florida and San Diego markets.
The Hawaii trip will be the first time Covid has been offered to Hawaii customers.
Covid says that it plans to open more locations in Hawaii in the future.
Covids travel agents have been able to connect travelers to flights via mobile apps since late last year.
The agency has also started offering discounted flights on its platform, which it says is a result of the increased number of travelers who are using its platform.