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For many, a trip to Hawaii and the ever-bustling city of Honolulu are synonymous with one another. The largest city in the entire state, many businesses, restaurants, shopping districts, malls, beaches and multi-ethnic populations call the city home, including Hawaiian Airlines, which is based in Honolulu. So who would you turn to when booking your Honolulu flights? Not only does Hawaiian Airlines offer some of the best flight deals around, perfect for visitors looking to save when they know it’s the time to fly, but for us, and many visitors, flying to Honolulu is special. It’s returning home, or for some passengers, to a home away from home, where backyards are beaches, pine trees are coconut palms and everyday stresses don’t seem so bad. And you’ll feel that warm sense of aloha the moment you step on our plane.
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When is the cheapest time to fly to Honolulu?
When it comes to finding cheap flights to Honolulu, shoulder seasons are your friend. With thousands of visitors coming to the Islands during peak months, such as June, July, November and December, those with flexible flight dates may want to shift their itinerary around to find the best Honolulu flight deals. Compared to summer and winter, airfare and hotel prices are generally lower during fall and spring, and you’ll also find beaches, roads, malls and more to be less crowded during your visit. And when it comes to the weather, you’ll be happy to know that Honolulu indulges in its tropical, sunny perfection year-round.
What is the best month fly to Honolulu?
If price isn’t a pressing concern, then any month is the best month for flights to Honolulu, Hawaii. However, annual parades, festivals, concerts and events should be taken into consideration for your perfect Hawaiian vacation. If you’ve got Mele Kalikimaka by Bing Crosby saved on your phone, then Honolulu’s signature monthlong annual holiday celebration, Honolulu City Lights, in December is a must. A fan of Hawaii flora? The Annual Floral Parade hosted by Aloha Festivals takes place right in Waikiki every September and includes intricate floats decorated with a fresh rainbow of flowers as well as traditional pau riders (female horseback riders donning long, colorful skirts) and marching bands from schools across the Islands.
What should you know about Honolulu?
The capital city of Hawaii since 1845, Oahu became the visitor hub it is today largely in part to the endless number of attractions Honolulu has to offer. The seemingly electric streets of Waikiki, where nightlife and hotels thrive, are hard to ignore, and its postcard-perfect beaches, well suited for a mai tai sipping afternoon, is often enough to get visitors looking for direct flights to Honolulu. But there’s so much more to Honolulu. The district of Kaimuki, for example, is often revered as a hotspot for new, innovative local cuisine, while the city’s primary mall Ala Moana Center, simply referred to as Ala Moana, is the largest open-air shopping center in the world.
Your guide to the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL)
As Honolulu is Hawaii’s largest city, the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport, also known as the Honolulu International Airport, is the state’s largest gateway for flyers. Many of Hawaiian Airlines’ most popular flights will find themselves landing at HNL, which features three terminals, modernized facilities, friendly staff and—most importantly—free Wi-Fi. If you’re flying with us, then you’ll likely spend some time in Terminal 1, home to the state’s largest carrier, Hawaiian Airlines, which uses the entire terminal for its interisland, U.S. Mainland and international flights. The Honolulu International Airport also features dozens of restaurants for post-flight meals, bars, gift shops, numerous Starbucks and even multiple cultural gardens surrounding the Terminal 2 Ticketing Lobby and E Gates of the airport.