Set off to Honolulu this winter with Jetstar flights from $376 return

Posted: 27 May 2019 12:19 pm News

Honolulu, Hawaii

Save with these Jetstar flights and bask in the Hawaiian sun this winter.

Jetstar has dropped its flight prices to Hawaii over July to September 2019, giving you the perfect opportunity to escape the Australian winter and work on your tan in a tropical paradise.

For just $376, you can fly return direct from Sydney to Honolulu when booking on select dates between 18 July and 17 September 2019 through Skyscanner.

Unfortunately, the sale fare dates don’t fall within any long weekends or school holiday periods, but will make for a great winter getaway if you can get time off.

Jetstar is a low-cost carrier so checked baggage, in-flight meals and entertainment are an additional cost but can be added when booking your airfares. Even with the additional add-ons, the fare is still significantly cheaper than full-service carriers.

If you don't live near Sydney and want to take advantage of the sale, it's still cheaper to book an internal domestic flight to Sydney before connecting to the Honolulu flight.

This sale ends at midnight on 27 May, so get in quick to secure your seats – they're going for about half the price of what we'd normally consider a good deal.

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