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Flights from San Jose to Hawaii
Search cheap flights from San Jose to Hawaii. Use our fare calendar to find convenient flights from San Jose to Honolulu and Maui. Our easy-to-use flight search makes booking a flight to Hawaii fast and easy!
Flying from San Jose to Honolulu on Hawaiian Airlines
If you’re looking to fly to Honolulu—maybe to trade in the urban Silicon Valley for the natural valleys and mountain ranges of Hawaii for a few days—Hawaiian Airlines has all of your travel needs covered. Offering non-stop flights to Honolulu, we also provide travelers with a handful of seating options with ticket prices that will match any budget.
FAQs for Booking a Flight to Honolulu
When is the best time to fly from San Jose to Honolulu?
In terms of timing your Honolulu vacation, it’s up to the traveler. With year-round tropical weather and comfortable climes, flyers have a lot of freedom on when to travel. If you’re looking to escape the stifling San Jose summers, Hawaii is a great option. It only gets marginally hotter in the islands from June to August, but that’s easily remedied by a trip to the beach and a dip into cool ocean water.
What Airports Serve San Jose & Honolulu?
Visitors will be departing from the Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport and arriving at the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport, located on the island of Oahu.
How long is the flight from San Jose to Honolulu
Like most West Coast gateway cities, the flight to Honlulu is not long, coming in, on average, under the six-hour mark—with the exact time being subject to change based on wind conditions.
Interesting Facts About Waikiki
Did you know that before Honolulu became the state capital of Hawaii in 1850—a move made by King Kamehameha III—it was briefly in Waikiki? That’s right, Waikiki, which is now the hub for visitors and Honolulu’s nightlife, once housed King Kamehameha’s royal court in 1804. And a number of high-profile Hawaiian royals lived in Waikiki, even Hawaii’s last monarch Queen Liliuokalani had homes in the area, undoubtedly because of its scenic location and close proximity to Waikiki Beach.