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Flying to Hawaii on Hawaiian Airlines
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FAQs for booking a flight to Hawaii
How much does it cost to fly to Hawaii?
The price of a round trip flight from the mainland depends on a variety of factors. The cost of most flights are typically affected by factors such as the time of the day you’re planning to fly, the class of travel and when in the year, month, week and even day you decide to purchase your ticket. You can find the lowest fares by checking out our fare calendar.
When is the best time to book a flight to Hawaii?
When it comes to booking your flight—the sooner the better. Not only do you have more time to plan your trip, but you’ll have more seats to choose from. You can also check out the Hawaiian Airlines promo and deals page for information on the lowest available fares.
What is the cheapest month to fly to Hawaii?
When planning your trip, it’s good to keep your travel dates flexible. Traveling to Hawaii during the Islands’ “shoulder” months of April, May, September and October means you may find more affordable deals and less crowded beaches and roads. Flights also tend to be cheaper if you plan to fly on a weekday.
Are there direct flights to Hawaii?
Hawaiian Airlines offers non-stop flights to Hawaii from 15
U.S. gateway cities. We offer complimentary meals and snacks on flights from the mainland to the Islands.
How long does it take to fly to Hawaii?
The average flight time on Hawaiian Airlines' direct flights to California cities is 5 hours and 45 minutes.
What are the most popular islands to fly to?
Many visitors fly to Oahu and Maui but Kauai and Hawaii Island are gaining popularity.
Interesting facts about Hawaii
Nicknamed the Aloha State, Hawaii has something for every type of visitor. Foodies will love our multiethnic cuisine, thanks in large part to the mixing pot of cultures that immigrated here in the early 1900s. Hikers will have a bundle of awe-inspiring trails and treks to choose from, spanning all Islands from Kauai’s Napali Coast to Oahu’s Lanikai Pillbox, and ocean lovers won’t have to go far to find one of the Islands’ many postcard perfect beaches. Just remember, once you reach your tropical destination, you’re on island-time now, so take it slow as you pass through Hawaii’s friendly and inviting communities, like Hawaii Island’s paniolo (Hawaiian cowboy) town of Waimea and the sand-dusted, bohemian-chic streets of Paia on Maui.