Where Can I Find the Cheapest Fares From Austin to Hawaii?
Trying to find cheap flights to dream destinations, like Hawaii, is part of the trip-planning fun, but you won’t find a better deal on Austin to Hawaii flights than with Hawaiian Airlines’ website. Sure, there may be lower AUS to HNL prices out there, but flying with Hawaiian means having access to top-of-the-line accommodations, easy-to-work-with customer service and complimentary meals put together by award winning local chef, Lee Anne Wong.
Should I Visit Multiple Islands on my Austin to Hawaii Vacation?
If you’re flying in from Austin to Honolulu, located on the island of Oahu, don’t think you have to spend your entire vacation on the Gathering Isle. Airfare from Oahu to neighboring islands, such as Maui, Kauai and Hawaii Island are all affordable and quick with Hawaiian Airlines’ interisland service. It will take a little more planning than just booking a single nonstop flight to Honolulu, but being able to hike the gorgeous Napali Coast on Kauai, see the lava lakes of Hawaii Island and stand atop mount Haleakala on Maui all in one trip is more than worth the effort.
Distance from Austin to Hawaii
No, Austin isn’t a stone’s throw away from Honolulu, but nowhere on the mainland U.S.—even California—is. The flight from Austin will have you traveling 3,764 miles which, on average, will make your Austin to Hawaii flight time around seven and a half hours. So you may want to stretch your legs and grab a few snacks before departing from Austin–Bergstrom International Airport. If you’re over 21, Hawaiian Airlines can make the flight go even smoother with a wide selection of exclusive island-inspired premium cocktails. Mai tai, anybody?
General Honolulu Facts
While Texas may be the largest state in the U.S, Hawaii is much, much lower on that list. That means that Honolulu County, which makes up the entire island of Oahu (at a whopping 597 square miles), can be considered pintsized compared to most Texas municipalities. Fortunately, that does mean you can see almost all of the island’s best sights—and eat its best foods—in a much shorter time frame. If you’re renting a car, taking a road trip from one end of the island, Waikiki, to the other, the North Shore, will have you passing through tons of fun stops and adventures, like the pineapple-filled Dole Cannery, the bustling shrimp truck plaza in Haleiwa and past the postcard perfect sands of Waimea Bay.