Wake and Wander Hawaiʻi Now Distributed to Island Air Passengers
Hawaiʻi’s Travel Newspaper expands its airport presence with 5th location.
HONOLULU, HI – Wake and Wander Hawaiʻi is now distributed inside the Honolulu International Airport’s commuter terminal as part of Island Air’s coffee and newspaper program. The publication is available daily for the thousands of passengers who fly Island Air and Mokulele Airlines to peruse while waiting for their flight, free of charge.
The news comes on the heels of announcing four locations at Pages & Pages Bookstores throughout the Honolulu Airport, including locations in the main terminal, as well as the debut of street boxes in Kailua Town. In total, the publication is available at close to 60 locations on Oʻahu.
Wake and Wander Hawai‘i has island-hopped over to the Big Island, obtaining its first non-O‘ahu location. The paper is available for pickup at the Hawaii Forest and Trail headquarters in Kailua-Kona. The new outlet expands upon Wake Hawai‘i’s growing presence and specifically targets adventure travelers. You can see a full list of locations here, or sign up for home delivery wherever you may be.
The next issue of Wake and Wander Hawai‘i will be distributed at the beginning of June, as the staff will be away on business (researching!) for most of May. Mahalo for all your support!
Wake and Wander Hawai‘i is now for sale at the Honolulu Airport in four stores, including the main (across from Starbucks), Y-Con, interisland, and Diamond Head terminals. The cost is $3 per issue and you can find them in the newspaper section of each store.
Full of long-form, narrative stories and inspiration, Wake Hawai‘i is perfect plane reading or as your introduction to the islands upon landing.
The February issue of Wake and Wander Hawai‘i has been released and distributed. You can see a preview of the cover below. To find out where you can get a copy, go here.
Wake and Wander Hawai‘i will undergo a major expansion of its distribution network in Kailua, O‘ahu, during the second half of January.
The effort will include the placement of ten newspaper boxes at key points around town, where the travel newspaper will be available for free pickup. Exact locations will be announced soon.
Wake and Wander Hawai‘i is adding to an already strong presence in Kailua, which includes distribution at Safeway, Times, Morning Brew, Kalapawai Market (Kailua Beach), Aaron’s Dive Shop, and others. You can see a full list of locations here.