How to Find Cheap Air Travel to/from Hawaii
A vacation in Hawaii sounds good just about any time of year, but is especially appealing when the weather outside your front door is too cold to contemplate. But no matter when you decide to go, Hawaii trips can really be expensive – which is why it is so important to try to save money wherever you can in your vacation planning. One easy way to do that is to look for cheap flights to Hawaii – because airfare is usually the biggest chunk of your vacation budget, if you can keep those cost down you will be ahead of the game.
The busiest airports in Hawaii are Honolulu International Airport (airport code HNL), Kahului Airport (airport code OGG), Kona International Airport (airport code KOA) and Lihue Airport on Kauai (airport code LIH). You can keep track of great offers on cheap flights to Hawaii with the list to the left – it is updated daily, so you will always be getting the most up to date information.
Honolulu on Oahu is Hawaii’s main gateway from outside the island state. The airport here is the main hub for Hawaiian Airlines, and was also a hub for Aloha Airlines until the airline went bankrupt in 2008. Because this is the city into which most visitors to Hawaii will fly, and because many airlines are cutting back on their flights to Hawaii, you may have a harder time finding good deals on airfare – but doing your research in advance will help! Be sure to read more about finding cheap flights to Honolulu.
Kahului Airport is on the island of Maui, and is a small regional airport with connections to the U.S. mainland, Canada, and other small airports in Hawaii. If your final destination is Maui, it is still likely you would fly through Honolulu first, though you might not have to de-plane.
Kona International Airport is on The Big Island and is where visitors to the popular tourist destinations and resorts around Kailua-Kona will fly into. Kona has connections with other airports in Hawaii as well as airports on the U.S. mainland, Canada, and even Japan.
Kauai’s airport is Lihue Airport, and although it is a small regional airport it is the entrance point for visitors to Hawaii’s oldest island. Most flights to Lihue are to and from other island airports, but there are some nonstop flights to and from the U.S. mainland as well. Find out more about cheap flights to Kauai.