Hawaii flights from $478 return

Posted: 18 December 2017 10:11 am


Fly Jetstar and save hundreds compared to flying full-service.

With Jetstar still flying its Christmas sale there are more than enough cheap flights to go around right now. One of the best is to Hawaii with flights down to just $478 return when flying out of Sydney.

Those flying out of other major cities still benefit from discounted seats, with Melbourne to Honolulu flights from $504 return, Gold Coast to Honolulu flights form $607 and Brisbane to Honolulu flights from $640 return.

Compared to flying a full-service airline, like Virgin Australia, you're looking at hundreds of dollars worth of savings with flights on full service starting closer to the $800 return mark.

Travel is for various dates from February-June 2018 and with the sale ending at midnight 19 December, you'll have to get a wriggle on to snap up these hot fares.

You can do so through I Want That Flight for the best price.

Full list of fares and routes in the Jetstar Hawaii sale:

Price (return)
SydneyHonoluluFebruary-June 2018$478Book your Hawaii flight
MelbourneHonoluluFebruary-June 2018$504Book your Hawaii flight
Gold CoastHonoluluFebruary-June 2018$608Book your Hawaii flight
BrisbaneHonoluluFebruary-June 2018$640Book your Hawaii flight
AdelaideHonoluluFebruary-June 2018$645Book your Hawaii flight
CairnsHonoluluFebruary-June 2018$741Book your Hawaii flight

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