LGB and HNL Airport
Flights from Long Beach to Honolulu are easy! With Hawaiian Airlines offering nonstop airfare and tickets, you’ll be making your departure and return flight at two fantastic airports, the Long Beach Airport (LGB) and the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL). Both are moderately sized and won’t leave you wondering through a seemingly endless maze of terminals that can confuse travelers at larger sized airports. Travelers flying from Long Beach to Honolulu using rideshare services such as Uber or Lyft will want to note that there are three pickup locations around HNL—all of which are on the second levels above lobbies 2,5 and 8.
How Long is the Flight from Long Beach to Hawaii?
Don’t get too comfy on your Hawaiian Airlines flight from LGB to HNL, as your trip won’t take long. Long Beach to Hawaii flight time—like many other locations coming in from the Golden State—averages around five hours. Just enough time to watch a few blockbuster hits with Hawaiian Airlines’ in-cabin entertainment system!
What is the Distance from Long Beach to Honolulu?
Only 2,558 miles to postcard perfect beaches, crystal clear waters and tropical paradise. But just because the trip to
Hawaii is a quick one doesn’t mean that Hawaiian Airlines won’t do everything in its power to make your direct flight a memorable part of your vacation.
Which Hawaiian Island should I visit?
While you can’t go wrong booking airfare from Long Beach to Maui or Long Beach to Oahu, one of the greatest parts about visiting Hawaii is that the Hawaiian Islands are so close to one another, making it easy to island hop with Hawaiian Airlines’ interisland service which offers—on average—150 daily flights between the Hawaiian Islands. You can be exploring the Hana Highway on Maui one day, then jet off to the Napali Coast on Kauai the next!
How can I find the best Hawaii flight deals?
Booking roundtrip or direct with Hawaiian Airlines will get you competitive prices on Long Beach to Hawaii airfare—and you can rest easy knowing that you’re booking with one of the most reliable airlines in the nation.
What should I bring on my Hawaiian vacation?
Packing the right stuff before your departure can save you a lot of time, so here are a few things to have on hand. Reef-safe sunscreen is a must, and will keep your skin—and our reefs—healthy. If you’re traveling to high-altitude locales, like Haleakala on Maui or the Volcano district on Big Island, be sure to bring a jacket or some sort of warm outerwear. It gets cold! Lastly, sandal—or slippers, as we call them in the Islands—are easily forgotten, but are necessary for those long, perfect beach days.