Hawaii flights from $799 return with Hawaiian Airlines

Andrew Munro 17 October 2017

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Hop to paradise.

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You could be in Hawaii next week, with flights from Brisbane or Sydney to Honolulu for $799 return, full service on Hawaiian Airlines.

This is a last-minute seat sale for flight dates from 24 October to 7 December 2017, so spaces are limited. The sale itself is also brief and you'll need to book by 19 October to get this deal.

Hawaii is naturally great all year around, but this is a perfect set of travel dates for anyone who plans to spend most of their time above water. It's off the major tourist peaks, but the later months are around peak whale watching season, and when the surf is as its biggest.

These prices aren't as good as you'll ever find with budget carriers, but they're still nice and low by full-service standards. If you want to go to Hawaii sometime in 2017, and can't bring yourself to commit to 10 hours in a budget airline seat, then this might well be the best deal you can get.

Book online at Flight Centre or pick out your route below.


Flights to Hawaii

FromToTravel datesPriceBook
SydneyHonolulu24 October - 7 December 2017$799 returnBook your flight to Hawaii at Flight Centre
BrisbaneHonolulu24 October - 16 November 2017$799 returnBook your flight to Hawaii at Flight Centre

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