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Find Cheap Flights from Los Angeles (LAX) to Hawaii

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Find cheap flights from Los Angeles (LAX) to Honolulu (HNL). You can also use our fare calendar to find flights from Los Angeles to Honolulu, Kona and Maui.

Flights to Honolulu from LAX with Hawaiian Airlines
Every flight feels special, and your journey to paradise is no exception. An industry leader in customer service and hospitality, you’ll feel the aloha spirit when flying with us from the moment you arrive at your terminal at the ever-bustling Los Angeles International Airport. And as you start your LAX to HNL journey, know that it’s time to shake off all of those big city stressors, because when you fly with us, your Hawaiian vacation starts the moment you step on the plane.
 
Flying to Hawaii
What is the Distance from Los Angeles to Hawaii??
Your non-stop flight from Los Angeles to Honolulu travels about 2,470 miles. One of the closest flights to Hawaii when departing from the continental U.S., you’ll still need to be prepared to spend a handful of hours in the air. So, download a movie or two, maybe something filmed in Hawaii, and get yourself into a tropical frame of mind.
Do I need a passport to travel between Los Angeles and Honolulu?
Absolutely not! While Oahu and Los Angeles may seem worlds apart, Hawaii became a state in 1959, so no, you don’t have to worry about getting your passport renewed for flights from LAX to Honolulu. Instead, once you arrive on the islands, you can spend that time learning how Hawaii became a state, as well as the extensive history of the islands, at Iolani Palace—located in the heart of Honolulu—which was once home to Hawaii’s last reigning monarchs and now serves as an educational goldmine of Hawaiian history.
 
When is the best time to fly from Los Angeles to Honolulu?
While the islands can be described as “perfect” all year round, LAX to HNL fares do swing with the seasons and those looking for the best deals may want to take note of these price trends. Passengers to Hawaii from Los Angeles may pay more in the months of November, December and January, with many travelers looking to trade the brisk LA weather for the more tropical climates of the islands. If you’re looking for the best deals, February, April and May are historically the cheapest months to fly to Hawaii, and you may even find less crowded beaches and roads when you arrive.
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KOA
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  • Authentic Hawaiian hospitality
  • Complimentary meals at mealtime
  • Non-stop flight from Los Angeles (LAX) to Hawaii Island (KOA)
  • Authentic Hawaiian hospitality
  • Complimentary meals at mealtime
  • Non-stop flight from Los Angeles (LAX) to Hawaii Island (KOA)
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HNL
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  • Authentic Hawaiian hospitality
  • Complimentary meals at mealtime
  • Non-stop flight from Los Angeles (LAX) to Honolulu (HNL)
  • Authentic Hawaiian hospitality
  • Complimentary meals at mealtime
  • Non-stop flight from Los Angeles (LAX) to Honolulu (HNL)
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HNL
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  • Authentic Hawaiian hospitality
  • Complimentary meals at mealtime
  • Non-stop flight from Long Beach (LGB) to Honolulu (HNL)
  • Authentic Hawaiian hospitality
  • Complimentary meals at mealtime
  • Non-stop flight from Long Beach (LGB) to Honolulu (HNL)
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LIH
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  • Authentic Hawaiian hospitality
  • Complimentary meals at mealtime
  • Non-stop flight from Los Angeles (LAX) to Kauai (LIH)
  • Authentic Hawaiian hospitality
  • Complimentary meals at mealtime
  • Non-stop flight from Los Angeles (LAX) to Kauai (LIH)
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Useful Information for Our Guests On Your Flight from Los Angeles to Hawaii
General Carry-on and Checked Baggage
Whether you’re coming from another country, the U.S. mainland or a neighbor island, here are our standard baggage policies.
Hawaii’s Plants and Animals Declaration Form
Just before your flight from Los Angeles lands in Hawaii, your flight attendant will ask you to fill out a form to declare any plants, animals or other things that may be harmful to Hawaii’s environment. You’re required to complete this form and can preview it here.
 
On your Flight Home to Los Angeles from Hawaii
Taking Home Lei:  You’ve received a beautiful, fragrant lei while in the island or want to take it back home with you. Learn about the requirements to take a lei on the airplane.

Taking Home Tropical Fruits Back to Los Angeles:  It’s common for travelers to want to take sweet and juicy pineapple or papaya on their flights from Hawaii. Learn about the requirements to take these sweet memories back home with you.