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Flights from Portland to Hawaii
From the hip, happening streets of Portland, Oregon, to the multicultural and wonderfully diverse communities that can be found in Honolulu, Hawaii, visitors coming from The City of Roses will find a home away from home in the Aloha State. Those already sold on making the Portland to Hawaii trip will want to make sure that their vacation starts on the right foot, which means picking the right airline. And with Hawaiian Airlines, you know you’re in good hands. An industry leader in customer service and on-time arrivals—and departures—Hawaiian Airlines knows aloha, and will have you feeling like you’re in Hawaii before you’ve even taken off the tarmac at PDX.
Flying to Oahu from PDX
What Airports do you fly from Portland & Honolulu?
If you’re taking non-stop routes from PDX to HNL, or HNL to PDX, the only two airports you’ll be touching down on are the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport and the Portland International Airport. And there’s plenty to do at both airports on your way to your terminal—if you’re not rushing! Those at the Honolulu airport can take in island views at one of the many outdoor walkways, and even enjoy the Cultural Gardens which features Chinese, Japanese and Hawaiian flora. A flight from Portland to Honolulu will have visitors departing early in the morning on Hawaiian Airlines’ flights, so be sure to arrive at PDX with ample time to get through security, grab a coffee or quick breakfast and find your gate.
When is the best time to fly from Portland, OR to Honolulu, HI?
If you’re having trouble deciding when to book your Portland to Hawaii flights—whether you’re traveling to Portland to Kauai, Portland to Honolulu, Portland to Maui or Portland to Kona—don’t stress too much, there’s really not a bad time to visit the islands of Hawaii. While Portlanders may be accustomed to the city’s very different and unique seasons, those seasonal shifts aren’t present in Hawaii. You may notice a small dip in temperature around December
and January, but the perfect tropical climes and sunny weather stick around all year in the Aloha State. If you’re trying to avoid the crowds, you can book flights and find lower fares in fall, one of Hawaii’s slower seasons—with summer and winter being the busiest, and most expensive for airfare. If you’re trying to find last minute flights between Portland and Honolulu, also be sure to take note of spring break dates! Flights can be hard to come by, and prices see a spike during this time period.
How Long is the flight from Hawaii to Portland?
Like most direct flights coming in from the West Coast, the average PDX to Honolulu flight time will fall around the six-hour mark and the flight distance is just under 2,600 miles. While the flight duration isn’t long, you can still find plenty of time on these Hawaii flights to brush up on your Olelo Hawaii (Hawaiian language) or watch a blockbuster movie—or two!—with Hawaiian Airlines’ inflight entertainment systems.
Interesting Facts About Hawaii
If you’ve already got your round trip plane tickets to Hawaii, you’ll want to learn a little bit of Hawaiian Pidgin. An English-based creole language spoken in Hawaii, you’ll find Pidgin being used all around Hawaii, from the streets of Waikiki on Oahu to the upper-altitude slopes of Volcano on the Big Island. Fun fact, olelo Hawaii—Hawaiian language—is, along with English, the official language of Hawaii.
Useful Information for Our Guests On Your Flight from 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 Portland 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 Portland 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 PortlandIt’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.