Hawaii

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ShermansTravel experts map out your travel route to get you to your vacation spot as quickly and easily as possible. We painstakingly research the airports and airlines servicing your destination – as well as any train, bus, or ferry options – so getting there is as simple as a jaunt across town.

Getting to Hawaii

Airports

All the main islands have at least one airport. International flights and most domestic flights arrive at Honolulu International Airport (HNL). Depending on the airline, you can also find direct flights from the continental U.S. to the Big Island, Maui, and Kauai.

Airlines

Hawaiian Airlines flies nonstop from Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Portland, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, and Seattle. United offers direct flights from Denver and ChicagoDelta Airlines flies nonstop from Atlanta, and Continental Airlines flies nonstop from Newark. Hawaiian, go! Mokulele, and Island Air are the only inter-island air carriers.

Flight Times

5.5 hours from the West Coast of the continental U.S.; 11 hours from New York’s JFK (including connecting flight); 15-45 minutes for most inter-island flights.

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