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Roundtrip fares from Seattle to Honolulu

Find Cheap Flights from Seattle to Hawaii

Find cheap flights from Seattle (SEA) to Honolulu (HNL) Hawaii. You can also use our fare calendar to find flights from Seattle to Honolulu and Maui.

Seattle to Honolulu Flights with Hawaiian Airlines
It’s time to leave that rainy, cloudy weather behind, if only for a little bit, as you make your way from Seattle to Honolulu. Renowned for its top-of-the-line customer service and overflowing aloha spirit, we will make you feel like you’re in Hawaii the moment you step on our aircraft and start your SEA to HNL flight. And who knows, maybe you’ll be lucky enough to bring back some of that Hawaii weather and aloha spirit on your return trip with Hawaiian Airlines.
 
Flying to Hawaii
What is the Distance from Seattle to Hawaii?
Seattle, being one of the northernmost West Coast cities in the nation, is located 2,665 miles away from the Honolulu International Airport. That means those flying non-stop to Oahu may want to bring a few books to enjoy on the Seattle to Honolulu flight. Or, you can watch the movie versions of those books using Hawaiian Airlines’ complimentary in-flight entertainment system, which offers the latest cinematic blockbusters and TV shows. If you’re on an Airbus 321 aircraft, you’ll want to download the Hawaiian Airlines App before your flight to use its streaming services.
Do I need a passport to travel from Sea-Tac to Honolulu?
While there is a stark contrast between Seattle’s moody weather and Hawaii’s tropical climes, they are a part of the same nation, with Hawaii becoming a state in 1959. So no, you can leave your passport at home, unless you want to extend your vacation and hop over the Pacific Ocean to Japan from Honolulu. We provide  convenient roundtrip routes and affordable fares to the land of the rising sun.
 
FAQs for Booking Flights from Seattle to Honolulu
How’s the weather in Hawaii? Perfect, with daily temperatures ranging between 75 to 85 degrees fahrenheit. It tends to rain more in our winter months, from November to January, so those looking for unabated sunshine may want to plan their stay from May to July, the islands’ summer months. What should you bring with you? Extra towels, hiking shoes, sun hats, reef-safe sunscreen, sunglasses and sandals are a must. What not to bring? Any stuffy sweaters or winter jackets—unless you’re planning a visit to a frigid high-altitude location like Haleakala.

What’s the cheapest day of the week to fly to Honolulu from Seattle?
If you’re looking to find the very best price on your flight from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to Honolulu International Airport, you'll typically find the lowest prices on flights with weekday departures. Same for the return flight, if you’re looking to make your way back to Sea-Tac from Honolulu, weekday departure dates typically offer the cheapest fares.
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  • Authentic Hawaiian hospitality
  • Complimentary meals at mealtime
  • Non-stop flight from Seattle (SEA) to Honolulu (HNL)
  • Authentic Hawaiian hospitality
  • Complimentary meals at mealtime
  • Non-stop flight from Seattle (SEA) to Honolulu (HNL)
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Useful Information for Our Guests On Your Flight from Seattle 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 Seattle 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 Seattle 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 Seattle:  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.