Hawaiian Airlines origins date back to 1929 when it was founded as Inter-Island Airways Ltd with service between Honolulu, Maui, and the Big Island of Hawaii. Today Hawaiian’s route structure provides services between the Hawaiian Islands plus service to North America, Asia, and the South Pacific. Some inter-island flights with Hawaiian Airlines’ connector flights are operated by airline ‘Ohana’.
Honolulu – Kahului – Kona – Kauai – Honolulu
Kahului – Honolulu – Kahului
Lihue – Kahului – Honolulu
|Island||Oahu to:||Maui to:||Kauai to:||Kona to:||Hilo to:|
|Oahu||—||40 min||36 min||47 min||53 min|
|Maui||40 min||—||50 min||27 min||41 min|
|Kauai||40 min||45 min||—||52 min||—|
|Kona||45 min||36 min||1 h||—||—|
|Hilo||55 min||40 min||—||—||—|
|Lanai||35 min *||25 min *||—||—||—|
Airports: Oahu – Honolulu, Maui – Kahului, Kauai – Lihue, Big Island of Hawaii – Kona or Hilo
* Operated by Ohana
Long-haul Non-stop Flights from Hawaii:
To North America: Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, San Diego, Phoenix, New York, Boston
To Pacific Islands: American Samoa, Tahiti
To Far East: Tokyo, Osaka, Seoul
Australasia: Sydney, Brisbane, Auckland
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Note: Inter-island flights often utilise smaller short haul configured aircraft. Cabins & Service will therefore vary. All fares are subject to availability at time of booking.