Flights to Hawaii
Swaying palm trees, epic waves, volcanic landscapes and year-round sunny climes are not just a tropical daydream, it's a reality in the Hawaiian islands. Whether you're an adrenalin junkie or beach bum, the natural sights are calling travellers of all persuasions to the shores of Hawaii. At Student Flights, we have cheap flights to Hawaii with heaps of premium airlines. Plus, if you're a teacher, student or under 26 – bonus! You'll save even more with our exclusive Black Market Flights airfares.
Flights from Australia to Hawaii land at Honolulu International Airport (HNL), which is also the primary hub for Hawaiian Airlines. Located just 5 kilometres from the city centre, you can get to your accommodation and the Honolulu CBD via city buses or taxis.
Non-stop flights from Australia to Hawaii usually depart from Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne as well as other services from most capital and regional cities. From Sydney to Honolulu, the total flying time is around 10 hours. Other flights may be longer if they include a stopover, most likely in Australia or New Zealand. During the flight, airlines will usually provide a meal, drinks and snacks service as well as various in-flight entertainment. For flight-specific services, check out our airline guide.
Airlines that fly to Hawaii
Major airlines that fly from Australia to Hawaii:
Hawaii Holiday Packages
For more time to hang ten and less hassle, consider a Hawaii holiday package. At Student Flights, our travel consultants can arrange the best add-ons with personalised packages and holiday specials. From free hotel nights to complimentary breakfasts, bundle your flights, accommodation and tours together to save some serious coin and make the most of your Hawaii holiday.
Poised in the Pacific Ocean, Hawaii is the best of mainland USA in an enviable tropical setting. Comprising six major islands, including the Big Island of Hawaii, you can choose big city sights, shopping and nightlife in the capital, Honolulu, or search for white or black sand beaches, lava flows, big breaks and tropical rainforests on Maui, Kauai, Lanai, Molokai and Oahu. For fun in and out of the water, Hawaii is the place to be.
For the lowdown of what the Hawaiian islands have to offer, see our Hawaii Travel Guide. And, if you need some help planning the perfect Hawaii getaway, call our Student Flights travel consultants for all the latest info about airfares, accommodation, activities and tours.
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