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Island escapes are now as low as $485 return with this Hawaii flight sale

Posted: 2 November 2018 10:47 am
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Hawaii flight saleDirect flights to Honolulu with Jetstar for half the price of other airlines.

Escaping to Hawaii is now possible for less than $500 return thanks to these fares to Honolulu we just found on Skyscanner.

These fares are available in May and June 2019, just as temperatures start to dip here in Australia.

We found fares on a range of dates during those months for between $485 and $495 departing from Sydney.

Flights are also available from Melbourne in January and February for as low as $512 to $538 return.

These Jetstar fares don't seem to be part of a larger sale and can sell out at any time, so we'd recommend booking as soon as possible to get the best fare.

Ready to book? Head over to Skyscanner and see all available dates for these Hawaii flights.

How good are these Hawaii flight sale fares?

  • Price: Good. While we have seen Hawaii fares drop to even lower than these, anything below $500 return we consider to be a bargain.
  • Airline: Okay. Jetstar is a budget airline and doesn't include extras like checked bags, meals or entertainment in the price of a ticket (but they can be added on for a fee). However, you'll still save hundreds compared to other airlines, like Qantas and Hawaiian Airlines, currently charging more than $800 for this route.
  • Travel time: Great. Flights from Sydney are all direct and Melbourne fares are direct a few times a week, or have a quick stopover in Sydney.
  • Weather: Good. We've done the research and found that May is a great time to go to Hawaii, which does only apply to the travel dates from Sydney. But don't fear if you're from Melbourne as January and February are still warm, but have a slightly higher chance of rain.

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